Will Moi declare 'Kalonzo Tosha'?
The latest politician to go through the doors was Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka, who visited his political mentor and the man he also served as Cabinet minister at the height of the Kanu rule.
Alarm over high rate of exams failure
“This is because the continuous assessment marks for these candidates were not submitted by their colleges to facilitate computation of their final grades,” read the report by Kenya National Examinations Council (Knec).
The President’s farm
Some may guess golf or even listening to music going by his memorable singing of the classical song, Safari ya bamba ni machero, and the support he has offered artists.
Economic trouble in Tanzania? Let in the army
Tanzanian Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa had just finished briefing President John Magufuli on the outcome of an ultimatum he had issued on cashew nut prices when the army stepped in.
Two KDF vehicles inflated by Sh145m
A National Assembly committee wants Director of Public Prosecutions Noordin Haji to immediately investigate the purchase of two earthmovers at a cost of Sh185 million by the Ministry of Defence.
Looking back at the Kagame year at AU
The special summit, to which leaders of Ghana, South Africa, Morocco, Togo, Zimbabwe, Rwanda and Comoros had already confirmed attendance, is expected to push through key and far-reaching reforms in the structures of the AU Commission that seek to...
Jerop, Kemboi win Kass Marathon
Cynthia Jerop and newcomer Jackson Kemboi are the winners of this year's Kass International Marathon held in Eldoret on Sunday.