The recent proposal by Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha on blacklisting parents with school fees debts is misguided. It instead brings into public scrutiny the financial management capacity of our secondary schools. It is a misuse of the role of credit reference bureaus in sharing information on the creditworthiness of citizens. There are myriad causes […]

Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) has initiated discussions with the National Securities Exchange (NSE) aimed at establishing a partnership on market data sharing. The partnership is envisaged to be beneficial to students as they undertake research. Speaking during the meeting held on July 1, 2019, the NSE, Chief Executive, Mr. Geoffrey Odundo, […]

This issue has been irking me for quite a while but the final straw came from the recent celebration by a university on the completion of a security entrance, yet the mandate of the university was to provide food security and reduce post-harvest loses by training agriculturalists in all areas from seed production to mechanisation. […]

As written on 11Th June 2019: 2PM by Ongicha Hilary Buore   Fellow victims, the student comrades of Kenya. I wish to address the comrades enduring hardship, corruption, incompetency and a kind of misadministration that can only be equated to a form of brain senescence embodied in the current university administration headed by one Prof. […]

Former Kiambu governor William Kabogo is contemplating suing telcos over expiry date for data bundles. He said that he had contracted lawyers to draft a plan on the intended litigation with a view of freeing consumers from what he views as economic servitude. “You cannot sell me sugar and then attach a condition that if […]

“Lucifer” is coming to an end — again. Campus Radio Kenya has confirmed that the series has been renewed for a fifth and final season at Netflix. The series previously aired on Fox for three seasons before Netflix revived it for a fourth. The fourth season debuted on the streaming service in early May. “We’re thrilled that ‘Lucifer’ fans […]

The Nairobi Innovation Week through its ‘Nairobi Innovation Challenge’ programme has unveiled the 6 Kenya’s Most Promising Startups of 2019. The startups participated in the Nairobi Innovation Challenge as part of the top 30 startups who pitched to a panel of judges. Due diligence was conducted to determine and ascertain the ingenuity of the top […]

The Higher Education Loans Board last month gave beneficiaries of the State student loans since 1975 up to mid-May to confirm their repayment status, setting the stage for listing defaulters on credit bureaus. However, more than 65,000 beneficiaries of the Higher Education Loans Board (Helb) were unmoved by the threat of being listed with the […]

The recent launch of the National Employment Authority (NEA) is a good ground for revisiting the question of how to tackle the ever-rising rate of unemployment in Kenya. Although NEA rides on noble objectives, its creation is like putting the cart before the horse. Granted, the economy should first generate employment before an institution queues […]

Malik Yusef was reportedly sued by Korean fashion brand, Gentle Monster, for forging Kanye West’s signature on contracts and using fake invoices. The brand sued Yusef for using his relationship with Ye to deceive them to believe that he was searching for talent to do a video series titled, Project 13. “From their earliest interactions […]

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