The tetanus vaccine contest between the Government and the Catholic Church exposes a strong foreign hand driving the health sector, overly casual public officers and a suspicious clergy, missing key scientific sign posts.

The Government has refuted claims by the church that a tetanus vaccine...

Read more: Kenya: Tetanus jab saga exposes serious flaws in Kenya's handling of medical products

A fresh storm has erupted in the International Criminal Court (ICC) case against President Uhuru Kenyatta pitting his defence lawyers and the victims’ lawyer Fergal Gaynor.

At the heart of the new tussle is whether a detailed document explaining the prosecution’s case against Uhuru, known in ICC...

Read more: Kenya: New twist in Uhuru case as lawyers differ over key document

Opposition leader Raila Odinga yesterday lashed out at the Jubilee Government over the worsening security situation in the country. He said the administration had failed the country, because, in it’s 50-year-history, insecurity has never been this worse.

“The Jubilee administration is failing...

Read more: Kenya: Raila hits out at Uhuru over widespread insecurity, says situation is worsening

Julius Kitheka Mbiti with his sister Juliana Makaa at Kanyaa chief's office. Mbiti who has been away from the family for 26 years was thought to have died and was buried in 2011, only for him to come back home on Saturday. [PHOTO: PHILIP MUASYA / STANDARD]

Kitui, Kenya: Julius Kitheka Mbiti...

Read more: Kenya: Dead man's return sends village into panic, but who did the family bury?

Kenya: A few hours before taking his last breath, Homa Bay Senator Otieno Kajwang’ was literally stuck within the Parliament precincts — without a car, bodyguard or personal assistant.

An agitated Kajwang’ kept calling to find out when his car would pick him up. At one point, the Senator...

Read more: Kenya: Mystery, hard questions persist on fallen Senator Otieno Kajwang's last moments