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Schools set to reopen as teachers directed to report on Monday

Nairobi, Sept. 21 -- Teachers have been ordered to report to school by Monday signalling resumption of learning soon amid ill-preparedness by parents on the new dates. The Ministry of Education Monda... Read More


Women working in matatu bear the brunt of Covid-19 disruption

Nairobi, Sept. 16 -- The Covid-19 pandemic has heavily disrupted all sectors of the economy leading to job losses, diminished livelihoods and in extreme cases total collapse of companies. The transpo... Read More


WTO suffers crisis of confidence as Amina eyes top job

Nairobi, Sept. 14 -- Nine in every 10 corporate chiefs in Africa do not have confidence in World Trade Organisation (WTO) facilitating access to global markets. More than 95 percent of the 200 chief ... Read More


Covid-19 recoveries surpass new cases for the first time

Nairobi, Sept. 8 -- Covid-19 recoveries have outnumbered new infections in a single day, signalling slowing transmission rates. The Ministry of Health Tuesday reported 173 individuals had recovered f... Read More


Governors threaten to shut county services

Nairobi, Sept. 4 -- Governors have threatened to shut down county services and send home staff in two weeks if the Senate fails to resolve the Revenue Sharing stalemate. Counties are facing a cash cr... Read More


Equity gifts students Sh2bn to study abroad

Nairobi, Sept. 1 -- Equity Bank #ticker:EQTY has offered university scholarships worth Sh2 billion to 92 student set for admission in top foreign universities like Harvard. This year's admission is t... Read More


Hawkers, boda bodas render Nairobi's footbridges 'useless'

Nairobi, Aug. 31 -- For several months now, there has been a noticeable effort by the Transport ministry to erect footbridges on key roads around Nairobi. From the Thika-Nairobi highway to Mbagathi W... Read More


Gamblers struggle with money puzzle in Covid-19 curbs

Nairobi, Aug. 25 -- At the time casinos were ordered shut following the Covid-19 pandemic, Caroline Kiome was earning at least Sh100,000 monthly. For the seven years she has worked in the casino indu... Read More


University workers union opposes Egerton plan of laying off 400

Nairobi, Aug. 21 -- University workers want the planned retrenchment of 400 employees of Egerton University halted, saying it lacks merit. Through the Kenya Universities Staff Union (Kusu), the emplo... Read More


Kepsa new digital system boost for private schools

Nairobi, Aug. 20 -- Learners in private schools can now access education materials from a single platform following the launch of a virtual school by the Kenya Private Schools Association (Kepsa). Th... Read More