Waiguru and Joho get top Jamhuri awards
Ten governors, Kenya’s top public prosecutor Noordin Haji and top crime buster George Kinoti are among hundreds of recipients of presidential awards and honours as the country marks 55th independence day.
Full list: Jamhuri Day roll of honour
In recognition of distinguished and outstanding services rendered to the nation in various capacities and responsibilities, I, Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta, President of the Republic of Kenya and Commander-in-Chief of the Kenya Defence Forces, confer awa...
Kenya's key role in Trump’s Africa Policy
National Security Advisor John Bolton, known for his hard-line foreign-policy views, is set to outline a new approach to Africa that puts emphasis on countering perceived threats to US interests on the continent, posed in particular by China.
Obado causes a stir in Kisumu visit
The arrival of Migori County Governor Okoth Obado to Kisumu seemed to excite members of the public who are seeing him for the first time since his release by the High Court in October.
NTSA suspends 200 drivers’ licenses
NTSA Director-General Francis Meja said that approximately 210 drivers’ licenses have been revoked since the government launched an enhanced enforcement of traffic rules in November.
Uproar after new curriculum suspended
A final evaluation report by a government agency on curriculum review, that also pointed out several gaps, is believed to have made CS Mohamed suspend the rollout.
NHIF scandal: How theft of billions unfolded from 2014
On February 21, 2014, a tender opening committee received seven bids from Ugandan Gestalt Gild, Mauritian Fintech, and five Kenyan firms — Webtribe, Craft Silicon, Eclectics International, Essel Technologies and Akkad Enterprises.
MCAs get back Sh1.5bn pay perks lost in SRC cut
Members of the County Assembly (MCAs) have got back Sh1.5 billion they lost in allowances and wages when the Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC) cut their pay in a review last year.
Stop this impunity, Uhuru tells courts
Addressing the nation during celebrations of the 55th Jamhuri Day at Nyayo stadium in Nairobi on Wednesday, President Kenyatta decried the courts' issuance of “ridiculous" bail terms to corruption suspects.