Author: Ng'ang'a Mbugua

End of 8-4-4 turning point in education

Reading Time: 3 minutes When the 8-4-4 system of education was introduced in 1985, there was something of a panic among young men of […]

State urged to allocate Kemsa more resources

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Treasury has been challenged to inject fresh capital to improve the capacity of the Kenya Medical Supplies Authority (Kemsa) […]

County, Russian firm to partner in war on cancer

Reading Time: 3 minutes Kisumu County has opened talks with a Russian company to allow it to build and operate a cancer treatment centre […]

UN agency advocates debt relief for Africa

Reading Time: 3 minutes International lenders have been challenged to either write off Africa’s ballooning debts or charge fair interest rates so that countries […]

Ukraine war spills over to coups in Western

Reading Time: 6 minutes “The question that people in my generation are trying to understand is why Africa, with so much wealth on our […]

Putin leads push to boost trade ties between Russia and Africa

Reading Time: 4 minutes For every 100 rubles traded between Africa and Russia, 85 end up in the bank accounts of Russian business owners, […]

Lessons Kenya can pick from Russia in gas energy switch

Reading Time: 5 minutes Sergey Kalinkin’s home in Leningradskaya Oblast, a suburb of St Petersburg, is in the last mile of the collective national […]

Natural gas has potential to bring down charges of power generation

Reading Time: 5 minutes Kenya has the potential of striking modest amounts of natural gas in the Lamu Basin in the coastal region and […]