Interior Principal Secretary Karanja Kibicho says there will be a second round of Huduma Namba mass registration.
The registration will be for
Kenyans who missed out in the first phase of mass registration even as
questions linger on when the cards will be issued for the first batch.
By PSCU | President Uhuru Kenyatta has congratulated Mr Yoshihide Suga following his election as the new Prime Minister of Japan.
Mr Suga replaces Mr Shinzo Abe who is stepping down on
In the congratulatory message to Mr Suga, the President
conveyed his best wishes and assured
Kapseret Member of Parliament Oscar Sudi will
remain in police custody for 7 more days.
Nakuru Law Courts Magistrate Josephat Kalo ruled on Thursday as he awaits the completion of investigations into allegations against the legislature.
Magistrate Kalo slashed the detention days by half, much of the prosecution
The Council of Governors (CoG) chaired by Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oranya has ordered all Counties to send their staff home due to the unending stalemate debate on the revenue division formula.
September 16 marks a final day the CoG had warned of paralyzing County operations, and
The Ministry of Health has entered into a
partnership with the Center for Disease Control (CDC) to improve the safety of
healthcare workers and their patients.
The project dubbed “Kenya infection prevention control and global collaboration kinga”, will receive funds of up to kSH. 194.4 million from the
The Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) is set to collect a tax worth Ksh.1.2 billion after the tax appeals tribunal dismissed an application by Oxygen 8 East Africa Limited seeking extension to file an appeal out of time.
KRA did an investigation audit against the
firm for the period
The Sports Disputes Tribunal (SDT) Tuesday dismissed a
petition by the Kenya Premier League (KPL) body challenging a decision by
Football Kenya Federation (FKF) to prematurely end the 2019/2020 top-flight
season and declare Gor Mahia Champions.
It also ruled that FKF president Nick Mwendwa erred in
announcing the end of
Facebook has partnered with the National Blood Service
Zimbabwe (NBSZ) to encourage people to
The programmes start Wednesday with Zimbabweans aged 18-65 years old given an option to sign up as blood donors on Facebook, be notified when blood donor centres near them have an
The Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority (TCAA) has lifted the ban on Kenyan air traffic operators, ending two-month-long air traffic spat between the two countries.
It is a turnaround move by Tanzania after the country banned
Kenya Airways (KQ), Fly 540 Limited, Safari Link Aviation and AirKenya
The National Treasury headed by Ukur Yatani plans to spend Ksh.904.7 billion in debt repayment in the current financial year compared to Ksh.707.8 billion the previous year.
This represents 60 percent of taxes from Kenyans that will be committed to footing debts on a budget of