Treat Forex Trading as a Business, and You Will Succeed

There is a subliminal tendency by Forex traders to develop a rather nonchalant attitude – which borders on carelessness whenever they enter a trade. One cannot count on one hand…

Is Nyanza Political Power Shifting to The South?

Raila Amollo Odinga is the political glue that has held South and Central Nyanza together for decades.  That does not mean the vagaries of time – and politics – have…

The Rains Are Coming: Weatherman Warns Kenyans

The Kenya Meteorological Department has issued a statement notifying Kenyans of heavy rains expected to pound various parts of the country.   The rains have for the last few weeks been…

Drivers Cautioned After Ruaka Carjacking Incident

Police have asked residents of Nairobi to be careful whenever they are driving at night due to rising cases of carjackings in and around the capital. This comes after a…

Nairobi Youth Dropping Out of School to Hawk Water

You will meet them pushing wheelbarrows or carts popularly known as mkokoteni loaded with Jerrycans of water. These are young energetic people most of whom have dropped out of school…

Treasury Moves to Save Kenyans From Expensive Loans

Kenyan borrowers are breathing a sigh of relief after the Treasury scrapped the 20 percent excise duty on bank loan fees. The move is set to reduce the cost of…

Assistant Chiefs & Other Govt Officers Get Salary Raise

The Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC) approved extraneous allowances for the national government administration officers who do extra work to motivate them. Those set to benefit include Assistant Chiefs and…

Bank Loan Defaulters Lose Houses, Vehicles 

A number of banks in Kenya are racing against time to regain money they advanced to individuals in the form of personal or business loans. This has seen a number…

Anti-Stock Theft Police to Guard Baringo Students

The government has put in place elaborate security measures to facilitate smooth reopening of public schools in Mukutany area along the volatile border of Baringo South and Taity constituencies in…

TSC Promotes 16,152 Teachers After Sossion Loss

The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has promoted 16,152 teachers who underwent interviews between December 2020 and February 2021.  The news came just days after a Nairobi court on May 5,…