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Uasu joins University of Nairobi leadership

By RICHARD MUNGUTIMore by this Author The Universities Academic Staff Union (Uasu) has joined the leadership row that has rocked the University of Nairobi. The union on Thursday asked the High Court to quash an order that reinstated Prof Stephen Kiama as the institution’s vice-chancellor. The suit, filed on behalf

Standoff over new girl’s school angers

Newly admitted students of Father Erapu Girl’s Secondary School in Teso South have their breakfast within the school premise. [Ignatius Odanga/Standard] Education officials have threatened to close Father Erapu Girls Secondary in Lukolis, Busia County, unless it is dully registered. This is after it emerged that the school is not

We are not afraid of Gor

Bandari warmed up to their Saturday league match against Gor Mahia set to be played in Nakuru with a comfortable 7-0 demolition of lower-tier side Omax on Wednesday at the Mbaraki Sports Club and the club’s coach Twahir Muhiddin is now confident the team is back on track. William Wadri,

‘Felix suddenly developed tracheotomy,’ DJ Evolve

DJ Evolve has been getting treatment in Nairobi Hospital after being shot by Babu Owino last week on Friday on the neck. According to the video footage from the B Club CCTV, the two can be seen talking and later Babu darws his weapon and shoots. This shooting incident has

Be guided by public interest in

The President said Kenya as a nation suffers when well-intentioned initiatives are blocked through courts by individuals who are disgruntled over business contracts or sometimes by busybodies who work for faceless sponsors/FILE – PSCU By PSCU, NAIROBI, Kenya, Jan 23 — President Uhuru Kenyatta Thursday said decisions made by

Nadal, Kyrgios through as freak weather

Australia’s Nick Kyrgios beat Gilles Simon of France © AFP / DAVID GRAY MELBOURNE, Australia, Jan 23 – Rafael Nadal and Nick Kyrgios reached the Australian Open third round on Thursday after the weather-disrupted tournament faced a new challenge: dirty rain which left courts muddy and unplayable. After a

New Zealand legend ‘to refuse to

By AFPMore by this Author Rugby superstar Sonny Bill Williams is set to refuse to wear the logo of Super League sponsor Betfred due to his religious beliefs, says Toronto Wolfpack chairman Bob Hunter. The 34-year-old New Zealander, who switched codes for the second time following last year’s rugby union

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