Kenya’s education sector was hardest hit by the Covid-19 pandemic that paralysed learning in all levels, from primary school to universities in 2020. After the first case was reported in the country, President Uhuru Kenyatta announced the closing of all learning institutions in the country on March 15 in an effort to curb the spread […]
All teachers in the country will now receive the Covid-19 vaccine irrespective of their age, this is according to Teachers Service Commission (TSC) CEO Nancy Macharia.
Administrators in Meru County have intensified tracking of parents whose children are yet to report back to school, as it emerged that more than 53,000 learners are still missing from institutions in the region. Public Service Principal Secretary Mary Kimonye and her Infrastructure counterpart Mwangi Maringa said the government will now resort to use of […]
It was not until 2003 when land and freedom fighters Mau Mau was recognised as freedom fighters by then Mwai Kibaki’s government
Carolyn Elkins now assistant professor at Harvard University, spent ten years researching the real history of the Mau Mau insurgency in Kenya and the systemic brutality that British colonial bureaucracy put it down. Elkins says: When I presented my dissertation proposal to my department in the winter of 1997, I was intending to write a […]
Some 1.9m people infected with Covid-19 have recovered and death toll stands at 53,543. The number of confirmed Covid 19 cases in the African continent has reached 2,248,269 as of Sunday afternoon, the African Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC) said on Sunday. The death related to Covid 19 stood at 53,543, according […]