Ken on 16th Jun

The Ethiopian government has opened what is being termed as Africa’s first automated parking in Addis Ababa. This format...

Richard Kamau on 15th Jun

Female university students in the Rift Valley region will have to find other means of self-pleasure after the Kenya Revenue...

Richard Kamau on 15th Jun

Four people were arrested Tuesday after they were found repackaging the government’s subsidized maize flour in Kimilili,...

Richard Kamau on 15th Jun

The government, through Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Willy Bett, has asked Kenyans to resist traders selling a kilogramme...

David Koech on 14th Jun

It is the biggest thing in the world right now, but Kenyans are sadly missing out. Unlike the many get rich schemes people...

Richard Kamau on 14th Jun

Two more suspects have been charged with destruction of the Standard Gauge Railway. The two were charged with economic sabotage,...

Ken on 14th Jun

The availability of online real estate information makes it easier than ever for you to be an informed consumer when buying...

Richard Kamau on 13th Jun

The cost of fertilizer is expected to drop in six months in a bid to produce more food and avoid food shortage. Deputy President...

Richard Kamau on 12th Jun

Imagine traveling all the way to South Africa in a souped-up matatu, locally referred to as ‘Nganya’. Well, as...

Richard Kamau on 09th Jun

The National Assembly on Wednesday passed the Traffic (Amendment) Bill 2016 which contains stringent regulations aimed at...