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We don’t support bill seeking to split safaricom businesses ~ CS Mucheru

ICT Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru has said that the bill in Parliament seeking to split Safaricom is “not one of the aims that the government supports”. Addressing dignitaries and delegates

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University students petition parliament over lecturers strike

Students complain the strike is interfering with their academic calendars Student union leaders have threatened to hold countrywide demonstration to register their displeasure University students today petitioned parliament over the

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6 things you should know about drugs before doing them in campus

Are you getting inundated with friends who smoke-more than just cigarettes, drink and huff? Don’t suffer in silence, here some things you should know before you take a dip into

Nairobi Innovation Week gets boost as UoN and NMG partner up

Nairobi Innovation Week is an annual event that brings together movers and shakers who conceptualise innovations that are relevant to society. One of the convention’s objectives is to create a platform

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Bishops want tablets extended to pupils in private schools

Bishops now want the government to stop skewed implementation instead make it available to all class one pupils both in private and public primary schools. Only public schools have been

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We are building a society of criminals by failing students in KCSE, Sossion warns

KNUT angered by the mass failure of students in 2016 KCSE saying it was deliberately done 300,000 not qualified to join any college due to poor performance Sossion warns mass

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Here are the qualifications you need to get into the Safaricom Technology Academy Internship programme

Safaricom recently announced it will be admitting 63 students into its technology internship programme. The courses offered on the list include IP Networking, Application Development, Inter-personal skills, personal finances and

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The University of Nairobi Towers is now open for business

The University of Nairobi Towers was a project set up in line with Vision 2030 Chinese contractor  China Wu Yi handed over the keys to the building on December 5, 2016  Construction

You will not be forced to pay Ksh14 billion for school games, Education Ministry tells parents as state responds to misleading newspaper headline

A misleading headline from the Daily Nation has received backlash from the Ministry of Education The government body says parents will not be required to raise Ksh14 billion to fund

Kenya, Ethiopia and Nigeria score big at 6th DStv Eutelsat Star Awards

Two Kenyan students, Florence Maina from B.G Ngandu Girls’ school and Edith Wayua Ngundi from Loreto High School Limuru were this year’s top students in Kenya in the DStv Eutelsat