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Hand washing is one of the best ways to prevent infectious diseases, and placing cameras over sinks might boost youngsters' hand hygiene, new research suggests.
Lands Cabinet Secretary Charity Ngilu has said her ministry will only work with contractors who can deliver their projects within the stipulated time.
A Kenyan NGO has teamed up with controversial artist Michael Soi for a campaign to spread safe sex awareness among youths by putting his funky art on condoms.
Kenyan security officers rounded up people Friday as part of a crackdown that has swept up thousands of undocumented refugees, immigrants and Kenyan citizens of Somali descent in recent weeks.
THE Kisii government wants to start value addition in tea and exporting the commodity directly to foreign markets.
Police have mounted roads blocks along the main highways and deployed more officers along the beaches, shopping malls and hotels.
The Kisii government in partnership with a foreign investor will build a Sh2.4 billion sugar factory in South Mugirango constituency.
International Justice - ICC - Rights groups warn that counter-terror crackdown will discriminate against Somalis while bringing few tangible security gains.
The Nairobi all share rallied a further 0.6488% to close at a fresh record high as it has every session since Friday.
Dozens of men lounge together and chat on the side of dusty, red dirt city roads lined with palm trees and fruit bushes.
The suspension of four senior figures in the Kenyan judiciary who have been accused of corruption has further damaged deteriorating public confidence in the country's court system.
Former Livingston legend Brian McPhee is looking forward to a life-changing experience when he travels to Africa to work as a teaching assistant.
How the continent's many obstacles, from widespread poverty to failed states, allowed African entrepreneurs to beat the West at reinventing money for the mobile age First World problem: Splitting dinner with friends, we do the dance of the seven credit cards.
NAIROBI's prime shopping and recreation complex, Village Market, is set to undergo a major redevelopment starting next month after securing a Sh5 billion loan.