NAIROBI, Kenya, Sept 24 – The High Court will in a week’s time determine whether it should strike out a case in which former Kabete Member of Parliament Paul Muite is seeking to block Uniken Marketing from evicting him from a disputed house.
NAIROBI, Kenya, Sept 15 - Kenya has 120 specialist doctor anesthetists of which a paltry 17 work in public hospitals against an overall population of about 40 million Kenyans, a health workshop was told on Tuesday. The 4th All Africa Anaesthesia Congress
MERU, Kenya, Sept 12 - A Cabinet minister and two Members of Parliament (MPs) have criticized their colleagues in Parliament for attempting to block the re-appointment of Justice Aaron Ringera as the anti-graft czar. Public Health and Sanitation minister
NAIROBI, Kenya, Sept 11 - Former Java Coffee House Managing Director John Wagner has been jailed for 15 years over three counts of defilement. The former restaurateur was sentenced this morning by Senior Principal Magistrate Teresia Ngugi who found him
MOMBASA, Kenya, Sept 5 - Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka has asked faith organisations in the country not to allow the ongoing debate on the new inclusion of Kadhis courts in the draft new constitution to derail the constitutional making processes.
NAIROBI, Kenya, Sep 3 - Renowned Kenyan conservationist, Dr Richard Leakey has inaugurated the display of the WildlifeDirect lion statue that will be creating public awareness about poisoning of lions by cattle herders using Furadan. The lion statue,
NAIROBI, Kenya, Sept 2 – The High court has temporarily barred the City Council of Nairobi from charging parking fees from motorists visiting the city’s Ukay and Westgate shopping malls. In his ruling following an application by lawyer Azim
MOMBASA, Kenya, Sept 2 – A two-day forum for political parties on the constitution review process opened in Mombasa on Wednesday with the Committee of Experts expressing optimism that the process would be complete on schedule. The Committee is
THARAKA, Kenya, Aug 31 - Fifteen parents have been arrested in Tharaka South District for attempting to have their daughters circumcised. Tunyai District Officer Robert Kimosop on Monday said more arrests would follow and any parent found carrying out
MESESI, Kenya, Aug 21 - Prime Minister Raila Odinga on Friday affirmed that the decision to remove all settlers from the country’s water towers was irreversible. Emphasising that conservation of the environment was a matter