TIFA polls: Sakaja leads in Nairobi gubernatorial race as 53% of voters remain undecided

Reading Time: 2 minutes If elections were held today, Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja would win the gubernatorial race by 23 per cent of the […]

Kenya: Hilton hotel closes down after 53 years

Reading Time: 2 minutes One of Nairobi’s most iconic landmarks Hilton hotel has announced its closure after 53 years of operation. The doors of […]

10 things you didn’t know about Polycarp Igathe

Reading Time: 2 minutes A lot is known about Kenyan businessman Polycarp Igathe, the Jubilee Party gubernatorial aspirant for Nairobi County, but a lot […]

Don’t gamble with Nairobi’s top seat

Reading Time: 2 minutes Devolution is touted as one of the hallmarks of the 2010 Constitution. The spirit of devolution was to ensure effective […]

Google to set up first Africa product development centre in Nairobi

Reading Time: < 1 minute Alphabet Inc’s Google (GOOGL.O) is investing in its first-ever Africa product development centre in the Kenyan capital Nairobi, it said, […]

Costly goods, fuel woes push hapless Kenyans to the edge

Reading Time: 3 minutes Consumers are grappling with abnormal surges in the cost of commodities, with some increasing fortnightly. The pain has been compounded […]

Revamped Uhuru Park set to dazzle

Reading Time: 2 minutes The iconic Uhuru Park and Central Park in Nairobi are expected to dazzle once renovation works are complete.  A master […]

Scientists meet over antimicrobial resistance

Reading Time: < 1 minute Top human and animal research scientists are congregating in Nairobi this morning to consider a new technology seen as a […]

Jubilee picks Ngatia as its Nairobi gubernatorial candidate

Reading Time: < 1 minute Jubilee party has cleared businessman Richard Ngatia as the candidate for the Nairobi governorship contest. Speaking after receiving his credentials, […]

Vote-rigging claims in the last election disturbing

Reading Time: 3 minutes Twice in as many months, leading political lights have come forth to make statements to the effect that the elections […]