• September 18, 2020
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Chiefs, sub-chiefs undertake oath to end

Chiefs and their assistants from Narok county have pledged to support the ongoing war on female genital mutilation, undertaking an oath of commitment to ending the vice by 2021. The administrators drawn from 6 sub-counties in the region made the commitment during a meeting held at Narok stadium where they

Acting Political Parties Registrar defends her

File picture Acting Registrar of Political Parties Ann Nderitu has defended her scorecard in office, saying she properly handled disputes in political parties. Nderitu who was on Friday vetted by the National Assembly’s Justice and Legal Affairs Committee said there is need to strengthen the capacity of the office of

Thai students vow ‘peaceful’ protest on

Bangkok, Thailand, Sep 18 – A pro-democracy protest expected to draw thousands of young Thais onto the streets this weekend will again demand reform to the country’s unassailable and hugely wealthy monarchy, a prominent student leader said Friday. The kingdom has seen near-daily gatherings from youth-led groups since mid-July demanding

S.African rights groups join Semenya’s battle

JOHANNEDBURG, South Africa, Sep 18 – South African rights groups have vowed to petition the United Nations and African Union over the latest ruling that the country’s Olympic 800-metre champion Caster Semenya cannot compete unless she takes hormone-suppressing drugs. Switzerland’s Supreme Court last week dismissed Semenya’s appeal against a decision

Nameless’s father back at home after

Kenyan singer Nameless. (Courtesy) Father to Nameless, Mzee Joshua Mathenge, has been discharged from the hospital after undergoing a successful head surgery. Taking to social media to share the news of his father’s recovery process, Nameless, born David Mathenge, explained that his old man suffered from a life-threatening medical condition known

Five Kenyan women running corporate Kenya

Audrey Masitsa Women have taken the world, and Kenya, by storm with their ability to top the career ladder ensuring the corporations they run reach new heights. It was previously unheard of for women to join the corporate world, let alone head it. But over the years, many have broken

Tech giant HP not leaving Kenyan

Rather, HP Inc., the U.S-based tech giant will stay but Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) leaves. HP has clarified that it is neither leaving Kenya nor the East African market. Reports emerged last week that Hewlett Packard East Africa Ltd (HPE) was leaving the country over hostile business and as part

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