Letters


Former President Daniel arap Moi

Spending Sh700m on PM’s office not priority

 

This week it was reported that the Government has plans to spend Sh700 million to acquire an office for the Prime Minist … Read More

 

Saitoti’s warning the bitter reality

 

Internal Security Minister George Saitoti’s warning following the Molo tanker tragedy was appropriate. Many times Ke … Read More

 

Our insatiable greed feeds corruption

 

Despite multiple tragedies dogging us, we do not learn. No one would have imagined that a day after scores were kille … Read More

 

A few tips on the Kenya we do not want

 

It is unfortunate the ‘Kenya We Want’ agenda is being led by people who have had many opportunities to change the face o … Read More

 

Africa should learn from the EU

 

The idea of a single African government, as fervently and passionately espoused by Libyan President Muammar Gaddafi, is … Read More

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Today’s magazine

 
  Woman’s Instinct
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Friday marked a very special day for a particular group of women. These are the women who have undergone the female genital mutilation. It was the International Day of Zero tolerance to FGM. It was the day that the world put aside to highlight the fight against a practice that has taken religious and cultural dimension to inhibit a woman’s reproductive and sexual health rights.


Dan Okoth
Group Senior Editor – Online

By Kipkirui K’Telwa
Sub-Editor, Online Edition

By Rose Nzioka
Standard Group Online Editor

By Stephen Ndegwa
Sub – Editor, The Standard
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MV Faina: Freed at last … but whose arsenal is it?
Graft: Buck stops with Kibaki, Raila
NGOs hold ‘Kenya We Don’t Want’ conference
From playing fields to hospital wards
Maize: Accusations fly as House turns into war zone
What it will take to have the ‘Kenya we want’
Yes we can change our country, leaders say as conference begins
Moi identifies three key man-made evils pulling us back
Watch out, you could become blind, say experts
UN denies its peacekeepers failed Congo civilians
Sudan army says captured key Darfur town
Anglican primates call for Mugabe resignation
Two in Cabinet oppose Bill on Special Tribunal
Mama Sarah: I met Obama, McCain and Oprah
Saitoti: Kibaki now answers First Lady
‘Kenya We Want’ conference kicks off
Tribunal debate hits a bumpy stretch in Parliament
2,200 seek interim electoral commission jobs
I watched helplessly as my mother burned to death
First Lady attacks Saitoti over tanker tragedy
State proposes mass burial for victims
Boy, 11, searches for his missing father
Water fuelled Nakumatt inferno, says expert
Government spends Sh700m to buy PM office
Minister raises alarm over hospitals’ capacity
Shame of second fire disaster within days
Man started fire after arguing with police
26 bodies recovered from Nakumatt, 11 identified
Raila: I asked Annan to extend Waki deadline
Form One selection chaos blamed on new districts
Raila office, KAA in row over audit report
Over 100 dead in Nakuru oil tanker accident