Fatuma Swaleh is heartbroken and confused. She bid her first born son goodbye a couple of days ago; He was going in to the city, in Mombasa, to a big mosque to listen to Islamic more »
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Justice for Yvonne Chemng’etich gains momentum as killer on wheels Dilesh Bid is charged afresh after getting off in dubious circumstances The law is finally catching up with Dilesh Somchand Bid, the insurance tycoon who more »
It easier said than done but change is inevitable, for any country to develop, every aspect of success must be put in place be it political, cultural or economic. Corruption in Kenya has been an more »
ACCOUNTABLE AND EFFECTIVE POLITICS IN KENYA Fifty years from independence we are still blaming colonialism for our failures and underdevelopment. Back in the 70s countries like Korea were nowhere close to Kenya in terms of more »
Over 10 passengers were killed on Wednesday 30th October 2013, when a train rammed a bus at the Mutindwa crossing in Nairobi. Read more on Road Carnage in Kenya…
Our national culture of apportioning blame, making flashy displays of corrective measures, and hijacking funerals for political mileage ensures that avoidable road accidents are here to stay Accidents on Kenyan roads have become such more »
Why would poets be tortured for photographing the mausoleum of Kenya’s founding father, a few days after the 35th anniversary of his death? It all started well. Crowds of poets gathered somewhere on a street more »