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Expect more rains in January, weatherman says

Most parts of the country will have occasional rainfall during the first and second weeks of January and remain generally sunny and dry towards the end of the month, the Kenya Meteorological Department has said.

Alarm as locusts invade northern Kenya

Residents of Wajir and Mandera counties have raised the alarm after swarms of desert locusts invaded parts of northern Kenya from neighbouring countries on Sunday.

Uhuru dismisses MP Alice Wahome's police State claims

At the burial of former political detainee Charles Rubia on Monday, President Uhuru Kenyatta responded to accusations by some leaders that the State has been misusing its powers by threatening some politicians.

GDC boss sucked into fresh scandal linked to top staff

Geothermal Development Company (GDC) managing director and CEO Johnson ole Nchoe has been sucked into another scandal at the company after it emerged that he irregularly approved a Sh20 million mortgage scheme for an employee who did not qualify.

ODM warns wayward city ward reps of disciplinary action

Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko's troubles seem far from over after ODM top leadership waded into his planned impeachment, whipping its members at Nairobi County Assembly to toe the party line or face expulsion.

Original national schools reign supreme

National schools attained the highest number of A grades in this year’s Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination results, giving their students an edge in admission to top professional courses in universities.