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Rating The Kenya Defence Force deserves to be saluted for taking over Afmadow from Al-Shabaab. It is worth noting that they made the accomplishment with less casualties compared with their counterparts in the African Union Mission in Somalia (Amisom).
Rating Justice minister Eugene Wamalwa has sent signals he could be working on a new alliance with Vice-President Kalonzo Musyoka as his relationship with Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta appears to be on the wane. Mr Wamalwa played a key role
Rating Deputy Prime Minister Musalia Mudavadi on Saturday said that he would not be a running mate, adding that his track record in government gave him a good chance to clinch the presidency in the General Election. He said he had served diligently
Rating National netball top contenders Shimba Hills Secondary School from the Coast province will renew their netball rivalry with Western's Misikhu Girls when they clash in Friday's semi-finals at the national schools championships in Eldoret.
Kenyans challenging the creation of new electoral boundaries have a chance to take part in the proceedings after the High Court agreed to conduct hearings in the affected regions. Attorney-General's office over the publication date of a gazette
Rating In a surprise turn of events, Prime Minister Raila Odinga on Sunday extended a reconciliatory hand to his estranged deputy Musalia Mudavadi saying there was still room for him in the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM). However, Mr Mudavadi vowed
Rating It is unlikely that the Mombasa Republican Council will succeed in its secession bid. As President Kibaki rightly put it, the Coast will remain an integral part of Kenya...In fact, presidents are required to maintain the integrity of the
Rating Four provincial education bosses are among 47 officials appointed to the new positions of county directors. According to a list released on Monday, Rift Valley provincial director of education Beatrice Adu will head Kisumu county. Nairobi's
Susan Thompson, biologist, Fish4Kenya; six months in Whitehorse; six months in Kakamega, Kenya In 2005, Susan Thompson, 51, a Canadian fish biologist, started a journey where she travels to Kakamega in Western Africa to create and implement a
Kapsabet while on transit to Nairobi, police in Nandi have said. The suspects were nabbed by police at a roadblock at Chepsonoi police station aboard a newspaper delivery van belonging to one of the leading media houses. They boarded the van from