Archive | September, 2016

EZEKIEL MUTUA LOSES DIPLOMATIC PASSPORT

  The Immigration Department ordered the Kenya Film Classification Board Chief Executive Ezekiel Mutua yesterday to surrender his diplomatic passport for an ordinary as he is not entitled to one. According to the Immigration Department, Ezekiel Mutua is no longer eligible to hold the diplomatic passport, which he acquired in February 2013 when he was […]

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WOMEN MATTER: AFRICA STILL FAR FROM ACHIEVING GENDER EQUALITY

  By Winnie Kabintie Africa is still far from achieving gender equality despite the strides made to increase women participation in both the private and public sectors, which exceed global averages, a new report has revealed. According to the Women Matter Africa by McKinsey Africa, which launched yesterday in Nairobi, seeks to help organisations to […]

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RELIEF FOR CHILDREN BATTLING TB AS KENYA LAUNCHES “SWEET” DRUG

Kenya has made a first in matters healthcare after it became the first country in the world to launch child-friendly tuberculosis medicine. The new medication launched yesterday is fruit-flavoured and dissolves in water for easy intake. The drugs also come in the right doses (fewer) for kids. Previously, children were taking the same medication for […]

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KATI KATI: KENYAN FILM WINS DISCOVERY AWARD AT TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

  Kati Kati, a local film by Kenyan filmmaker Mbithi Muasya won the Federation of International Film Critics (FIPRESCI) Discovery Award at the just-concluded Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). “With a generous and poetic tone, not without a degree of anger at personal and political injustice, FIPRESCI is pleased to present the prize in the Discovery programme to an exciting […]

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SECURITY ALERT: CHAOS ON LANG’ATA AND MAGADI ROAD AS POLICE ENGAGE MULTI-MEDIA UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

  The Hardy Residents Association (HRA) has though an email warned motorists plying Lang’ata and Magadi roads to exercise caution following chaos between the police and students of the multimedia university, who are demonstrating against rogue matatus that have taken over the route. “As you are probably aware there has been chaos this morning on […]

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Presidential candidate Raila Odinga withdraws from October 26th 2017 elections

Exposed: Weinsten Sexual Harassment

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