It Is Time Kenyans Realised Politicians Are Taking Them for a Ride

[Nation] Kenyan politicians will never cease to amaze. Many of them are people gifted with high levels of hypocrisy, double-speak and mendacity and they do not even feel any shame when they peddle lies that are at cross-purposes with what they practice…

[Nation] Kenyan politicians will never cease to amaze. Many of them are people gifted with high levels of hypocrisy, double-speak and mendacity and they do not even feel any shame when they peddle lies that are at cross-purposes with what they practice. Take for instance the issue of tribalism. Many politicians, especially at this time of heightened political tensions, will always accuse their opponents of practising tribalism.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Kenyans’ Eyes On Food Security As Rotich Prepares Budget

[Nation] The Cabinet Secretary for the National Treasury has submitted to Parliament the Budget estimates for the financial year 2017-2018 which is a near reflection of what the Budget will look like.

[Nation] The Cabinet Secretary for the National Treasury has submitted to Parliament the Budget estimates for the financial year 2017-2018 which is a near reflection of what the Budget will look like.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Jail Doctors and Patients Will Heal Themselves

[Nation] My interest in labour unions was dented a major blow when I was at Kenyatta University. Not only were union officials easily threatened into submission by the university administration, but on other occasions, there was evidence that a few of …

[Nation] My interest in labour unions was dented a major blow when I was at Kenyatta University. Not only were union officials easily threatened into submission by the university administration, but on other occasions, there was evidence that a few of the top leaders were compromised. In one particular instance, a former DVC sent out a text message on his personal number alleging that an official had been compromised.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

WhatsApp Will Win Battle of Meaning in Election

[Nation] Elections the world over are won by perceptions more than truth. And perception, especially among the masses, is mainly a construct of narratives aided by the use of the dominant medium of the day.

[Nation] Elections the world over are won by perceptions more than truth. And perception, especially among the masses, is mainly a construct of narratives aided by the use of the dominant medium of the day.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Plan to Instal Device for Phones Has Sinister Motive

[Nation] The Communications Authority (CA) is not a stranger to controversy. This time round, it has sparked a dispute over a proposal to instal a device onto computer systems of mobile phone operators to detect fake gadgets.

[Nation] The Communications Authority (CA) is not a stranger to controversy. This time round, it has sparked a dispute over a proposal to instal a device onto computer systems of mobile phone operators to detect fake gadgets.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Agri-Business Getting Youth Attention

[New Times] Rwanda’s agriculture and livestock sector has long been characterised by an ageing farming population whose average age is 55 years. As a result, innovation, creativity and technology adaptation as well as skills transfer has been slow, acc…

[New Times] Rwanda's agriculture and livestock sector has long been characterised by an ageing farming population whose average age is 55 years. As a result, innovation, creativity and technology adaptation as well as skills transfer has been slow, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Animal Resources (MINAGRI) and agricultural experts.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

A-Level Star Performers Narrate Their Success Stories

[New Times] Hard work, sleepless nights, faith, support from teachers and parents are some of the factors some of the star performers in the recently released Advanced Level examinations cited for their success.

[New Times] Hard work, sleepless nights, faith, support from teachers and parents are some of the factors some of the star performers in the recently released Advanced Level examinations cited for their success.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Technical and Vocational Education and Training Schools Urged to Prioritise Energy Sector

[New Times] Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) schools have been challenged to ensure they produce graduates who are capable of providing innovative solutions to the country’s socio-economic challenges, including energy gaps.

[New Times] Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) schools have been challenged to ensure they produce graduates who are capable of providing innovative solutions to the country's socio-economic challenges, including energy gaps.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda