Private and public service vehicles will soon begin undergoing annual inspection to ensure they don’t release excessive exhaust fumes.

Many Kenyans view residents’ associations as relevant only to the affluent.

Stealing a vehicle in Nairobi and Mombasa cities is now more difficult, thanks to surveillance cameras mounted on the streets.

Health, water and road projects will no longer get money from the Constituency Development Fund after a new law to govern the popular kitty came into effect last Friday.

Kenya, like many other African countries places much emphasis on moving cars when developing road infrastructure as opposed to moving people.

We have received complaints from some of our members regarding residents of their neighbourhoods who refuse to abide by the rules and regulations of the Association or pay the agreed subscription/service fee.

In a move aimed at improving efficiency at the Lands Ministry, land search and land rent payments have been moved online.

The East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) is working on two bills that seek to boost the campaign against gender violence, and curb corruption in the region.

People Daily: This year’s World Cancer Day, whose theme is “We Can, I Can”, is being marked today with statistics on the number of people the disease kills every year getting more depressing. 

Ruaraka legislator TJ Kajwang’ criticised the government yesterday for “mass violation of the constitution”.


THE STAR: counties will share Sh307 billion in the 2016/17 Budget, including some Sh3.8 billion in loans and grants, Treasury has proposed.

What was the bone of contention between the Ministry of Lands and the National Land Commission (NLC)?

NATION: Teachers’ unions have demanded the regulation of low-cost schools in slums, saying they are compromising the quality education.

The finding by the National Construction Authority (NCA) that 60% of the buildings they inspected do not comply with the sector regulations and pose a great risk to the tenants is worrying.

NATION: President Uhuru Kenyatta has said that his administration will deal with the thorny land problem in the Coast once and for all.

NATION: The electoral commission will on Thursday issue an elaborate Sh45 billion plan for the 2017 polls whose focus is the improvement of vote-tallying and results-relaying technology.

THE STAR: The Sh5 billion the Commission on Revenue Allocation said should be allocated to counties for coordinating the participation of communities in governance should be increased to Sh10 billion, they said.

THE STAR: SOCIAL media groups by various estates are proving to be a force to reckon with in demanding for services and championing the welfare of residents, if recent events are anything to go by.

NATION: So you’ve built your dream house with a jacuzzi, gym and all the other trappings you had always dreamt of.

The Kenya Alliance of Resident Associations (KARA) is concerned by the apparent inability by the Nairobi City County Government (NCCG) to properly manage solid waste and keep the city clean.