Kenya’s domestic and foreign debt is at a crippling Kshs 50 trillion ($50 billion). To stall the economy’s, decline the country’s government is raising revenue through sale of citizenship, passports, permanent residency and special visa programmes.
The University of Exeter honoured Eliud Kipchoge’s “outstanding achievements in the field of sports” by awarding him an Honorary Doctor of Laws during its winter graduation ceremony. This comes after he received Kenya’s highest category of presidential awards.
Integrating technology into schools involves understanding the dynamic relationship between technology, how it’s used in the classroom and the content of the curriculum.
Politics of compromise have always served politicians and never resolved Kenya’s real governance issues.
Machine learning is offering useful insights in areas of land use, yields, and peak time for harvest, input distribution gaps, and other contextual monitoring aspects that would help struggling farmers improve crop yields considering the impact of the climate crisis on crops.
Coding is beneficial to children, irrespective of their career path later on in life.
In a bid to provide safe and drinkable water a non-governmental organization in Kenya has built a large-scale solar-powered desalination plant on the Eastern coast of the country. Such desalination projects address the rise in water scarcity due to climate change and contamination.
African literary prizes are slowly becoming more relevant and richer, thanks to writers organising on the continent.
Kenyan marathon maestro Eliud Kipchoge and American track and field star Dalilah Muhammad have been named World Athletics’ male and female athletes of the year. Kipchoge clinched the award which he also won last year following an impressive season.