MUST READ: University dons continue with strike despite orders

University lecturers have defied a directive by the Employment and Labour Relations Court to call off the ongoing strike and instead stated they are going to appeal the ruling. Speaking during a press conference on Sunday, the Universities Academic Staff Union (UASU) Secretary General Constantine Wasonga said that the court should

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Students protests corner politicians to enforce gun laws in America

One month ago a Florida High School was the site for a mass shooting that saw 17 students die. In commemoration of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting, students organized a classroom walkout, to protest against the minimal gun law reforms American lawmakers have made since the shooting. READ: Florida shooting

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Students Expose Daystar University’s Poor Standards

Daystar University students have taken to Twitter to share details of how the institution offers bad services in exchange for high fees. The students are now seeking that the Vice Chancellor Timothy Wachira steps down due to mismanagement of funds and misplaced priorities within the private university. The institution of higher

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“We’re Coming For You” Lecturers Tell Education CS Fred Matiang’i

Public university dons are set to hold demonstrations to demand the implementation of the 2013-2017 Collective Bargaining Agreement signed in March this Thursday 6th July.   Universities Academic Staff Union (UASU) Secretary General Constantine Wasonga told Capital FM News Tuesday that dons will not take anything less than Sh6 billion, their share

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Lectures Finally Compromise, To Return To The Lecture Halls

Universities Academic Staff Union (UASU) Secretary General Constantine Wasonga called off the strike which has lasted 54 days, after the government through the Inter Public Universities Consultative Council Forum (IPUCCF) awarded lecturers a 17.5 and 3.9 per cent increment on basic salary and house allowances respectively. This afternoon (Monday) UASU and

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