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Graft Cases Increasing In Kenya

A new report shows corruption cases in the public service increased by 11 per cent and puts the office of the Registrar of Persons top among institutions where bribery is rampant.

Three Killed In Sudan Tribal Clashes

Clashes between two tribes in Port Sudan on Monday left three people dead and 24 wounded, medics said, as police imposed a night-time curfew in Sudan's main economic hub.

A University Student Sues Equity Bank For Using His Song With No Pay

Eric Obiero Nyadida a university student has gone to court over a Sh10 million pledge.

Young Parliamentarians Want President Uhuru To Relinquish HELB Debts

A section of legislators have requested President Uhuru Kenyatta to relinquish debts owed by jobless youths to the Higher Education Loans Board (HELB).

Are You Young And Smoking Weed?

Young people who use Marijuana may have a higher risk of stroke, according to a new study published in the new journal stroke.

Why Do Some Youths Engage Themselves In Criminal Activities?

As the rate of knife crime continues to rise, there have been many attempts to investigate why some young people resort to fatal violence to a lack of opportunity.

How To Balance Your Work and Daily Life

Work-life balance involves juggling work and daily life. In recent times, work-life balance has been tricky.

How To Improve Your Focus

Is focusing troublesome for you? We live in a world full of distractions where so many things compete for our attention. Be it in your schoolwork or office work, you need to focus in order to achieve good results.

NTSA Appoints George Njao New Director General

National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) has now appointed George Njao as the new Director General. He will be working on a three-year term.

Cyclone Bulbul Kills 20 Across India And Bangladesh

Cyclone Bulbul has ripped through coastal areas of Bangladesh and India, killing at least 20 people while more than two million others were forced to spend their night in storm shelters.