CS Matiang’i Urges Politicians To Keep The Politics Away From Schools

Speaking during the launch of the pilot phase of the competency-based curriculum Thursday morning, the CS urged them to draw closer to the children and address any cause of concern. He appealed to school administrators to work closely with teachers and improve their communication with students.   “We are approaching the second

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Students Swap Guns For Sex Toys In Campus Anti- Gun Protests

Students in Texas organized protests to challenge the bill extending the right to carry a concealed weapon in college campuses. The bill has found success in Southern states being recently instituted in Arkansas and Georgia. The debate struck a chord with students of the University of Texas, as political tensions

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UoN Students In Court Over The Alleged Theft Of Food Stuff Items

Three University of Nairobi (UoN) students have been arraigned in court charged with stealing food stuff from the Universities the main Kitchen. Nairobi Chief Magistrate Francis Andayi heard that on March 29th, 2013 during the institution's unrest in which 200 students at the main campus, several items including food stuff were

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Kenyatta University Alumni Secures Mandela Washington Fellowship

An incubate at Chandaria Business Innovation and Incubation Centre, Joseph Ngugi Nyambura, has been selected to participate in the 2017 Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young Africa Leaders. Joseph will arrive in the United States on 16 June 2017 and is expected to spend six weeks taking part in an academic and

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GSK Offers Global Health Scholarships To Kenyan Scholars

Glaxo Smith Klein  has announced a new scholarship fund to support the training and development of the next generation of leaders in global health, and strengthen the capacity of health systems in Africa.   Thirty new scholarships will be awarded over ten years to students from sub-Saharan Africa, thanks to a Kshs

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Kenya Airways Donates Training Material For Technical University

Aerospace and Aviation Engineering program students at Technical University of Kenya (TUK) can now afford hands-on training on a high-tech CF6-80A2 aircraft engine that powers Airbus A310 and Boeing 767.   The CF6-80A2 engine manufactured by General Electric (GE) along with aviation maintenance training books, training aids, reading materials, used aircraft parts

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Student’s Activism Sees Him Secure University Placement At Stanford

This high school student is serious about his activism. Ziad Ahmed has made waves on social media sharing screenshots of his Stanford application and acceptance letter. A photo of his application shows the #BlackLivesMatter hashtag repeated over and over, in response to the question, “What matters to you, and why?”   https://twitter.com/ziadtheactivist/status/848215642385895425   He confirmed

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You Could Go To The Moon Thanks To This Nuclear Scholarship

This year, Rosatom is offering scholarship programs for about 60 young specialists from African countries to gain comprehensive knowledge and qualifications in the design, construction, and operation of nuclear facilities, this in according to IAEA standards.   Russian nuclear expert professor Dmitrii Samokhin, Head of Reactor Development and Design Department at the

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