Mataing’i Adjusts School Calendar, Creating A Longer Christmas Break

Education cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi has slightly altered the calendar for primary and secondary schools following the new date for the fresh presidential election. Matiangi says students in Forms 1 to 3 will break for the Christmas holidays on October 24. All primary schools will also now close on October 25. Following the

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Kenyan To Seat As Chancellor At Prestigious British University

Magdalene Odundo has made headlines for her recent appointment as chancellor of the acclaimed University of Creative Arts. Born in 1950, the Kenya born artist plunged herself into the creative arts when she took Graphics and Commercial Art as a course in the Nairobi Polytechnic in 1970. Odundo later moved to

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5 Social Media Habits That Could Cost You A Job Opportunity

Social media is slowly becoming a vital tool for communication today. According to estimates, social media currently has about 1.6 Billion users. This number is expected to rise to about 2.5 Billion by the end of 2017. With this in mind, organizations, corporates, governments, businesses, religious institutions and academic institutions

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WATCH: Unpacking The Gentleman’s Code With David Mwangi

29-years-old, polite and well spoken are just a few words that could be used to describe the newly appointed Gentleman's Jack Brand Ambassador. David Mwangi Mutunga competed against 2000 applicants to emerge among the top three finalists, eventually securing the top spot of Gentleman's Jack Brand Ambassador. After a rigorous round

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Education Ministry To Decide On Closing Schools For Repeat Election

The Ministry of Education is set to hold a stakeholders meeting today, Monday 19th September, where a major decision on whether to close schools during the week of the repeat presidential polls, is expected to be made. The meeting will bring together officials from the Kenya National Examinations Council, Kenya Institute

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Student Runs Social Enterprise To Pay For Children’s Chemotherapy

Alqaim Lalani, a student at Aga Khan Academy Mombasa has gained recognition for his charitable deeds. The high school student has been working on a service project with cancer patients in the greater Mombasa area for the last 6 months. The Tanzanian native led a group of students in the organization

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