Health Sciences are one of the most lucrative courses and among the top ranked field in the sector is Nursing. In Kenya, Nursing is offered at Bachelors Degree, Diploma, Higher Diploma and Certificate levels. In this article we take a look at what you need to land your spot to study Diploma in Nursing.
As it has been explained in my earlier publications, Kiswahili is one of the fastest growing languages on the Africa continent and across the world as well. The origin of this language dates back 16th, 17th and 18th centuries when the Arabians, Europeans and Indians began trading with African Communities along the coastlines of Africa, most specially, the Eastern coastlines which included the coast of Kenya and Tanzania.
Veteran Kenyan songstress Wahu Kagwi is one of the few celebrities who have always been known to be learned fellows alongside thriving in the music industry. But then, the University Of Nairobi alumni has today revealed that she was never that perfect as Kenyans have always perceived. Through her Instagram page today, the mother of two shared her long-kept secret as far as her KSCE Kiswahili results is concerned.
Kanze Den, who is the spokesperson to the President and State House, has come out to explain to Kenyans the plans of the President after the August elections. Speaking at a national radio, the KBC Radio Taifa, she has has said that the President has no plans to continue with politics.
Most Kenyan politicians are from the legal profession. Although this is the case in Kenya, entrepreneurs, teachers, doctors and journalists have found their way into political areas, among others. Listed below are Kenyan politicians, from mere voices on the radio and in front of television to political players;
The Kenya broadcasting corporation station news anchor Purity Museo has announced her departure from the station on Tuesday night, May 17. She did the announcement immediately after anchoring the bullet alongside her colleague, Tom Mboya. The announcement was also made on her official Twitter account. She also gave thanks to God for the opportunity to be on screen as well as for becoming a source of reliable news to millions of Kenyans.
Today we are going to look at these two Swahili news anchors working at royal media services, Citizen TV. The two have won different awards throughout their career. Whether they are delivering bad or good news, the two Swahili news anchors have a way of making viewers glued to their screens.
The country's oldest and first television station Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) is on the verge of closure after recent woes mean their operation may be paralysed in the coming future. According to a local daily, a judge has allowed its employees to recover Ksh10 billion that was deducted from their salaries and not remitted to their retirement scheme for more than 11 years.
Kenya Broadcasting Co-operation 9pm news anchor Purity Museo has called it quits in an emotional session yesterday before just after her last stint at the leading Broadcasting house. The now formerly anchor to Tom Mboya previously worked as a volunteer to Ebru TV before she joined KBC on a permanent basis. She had been at KBC for three and a half years. Apart from being a news anchor, she has won several awards on her humanitarian activities not only in Kenya but also across the entire African continent,with
Kiswahili, which is also famously known as Swahili language. It's among the fastest growing languages all over the world.It is a Bantu speaking language and the native language of the Swahili people. Just like English, Kiswahili is also an official language of the East African Community (EAC) countries, namely Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda.
The most important and widely studied indigenous language of Africa is Kiswahili. It's the fastest growing language in the world as many people are studying it in order to be able to speak it. It is Lingua franca of the African Continent spoken as a second language by millions of people mainly in Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya, East Zaire, Mozambique, Rwanda, Burundi, Malawi, Zambia, Southern Arabian countries such as Yemen and Oman, even other parts of the world.
Struggling Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) has neglected to pay Sh984.3 million in staff retirement benefits. As per Auditor General Nancy Gathungu's report for the monetary year finished June 2020, the State telecaster has neglected to settle its levy. "The executives credited the deferral to dispatch the derivation to its powerlessness to settle its commitments as and when they fall due," the report peruses to a limited extent. Gathungu adds, "The enterprise is presented to the gamble of bringing about
Tuko news on Facebook shared information that Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC is broke, the state owned media house has failed to remit ksh 984.3 million in employee retirement benefits. According to Tuko, a report filed by Auditor general Nancy Gatungu for the ended June 2020, found that the company has been struggling to honour the dues. This is what Tuko shared on Facebook, "Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) is broke! The state-owned media house failed to remit KSh 984.3 million in employee retirement
Kenya Broadcasting Corporation which is a state owned media has reported been caught in a finacial constraint after failing to remit their employees' retirement benefits amounting to KSH.984.3 million. The report has also emerged showing the deepening cash flow crisis facing the state broadcaster and signalling an economic pain for its employees.
The Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) is now on the verge of closing down its operations, following a court order asking the Broadcaster to pay ksh.10 billion meant for pension. In the ruling, Justice Maureen Onyango the Broadcaster to remit the money owed to KBC Retirement benefits scheme, saying the KBC has been illegally deducting pension money from employees' salaries.
It is a sad moment for Citizen Television Kiswahili News Anchor, following the passing on of his brother Allase. The journalist announced the sad news on her Facebook page today. "Nina huzuni kumpoteza kakangu Allase, Mungu ailaze roho yake mahali pema peponi," Mashirima said.
Police officers are required to protect all Kenyans and also to arrest all suspects including Al-shabaab militants. Furthermore, it is against the law to support or engage in criminal activities in the country. According to the source, a drama was witnessed in the country after a suspect who is also a police officer commanded a Senior Counsel in court to communicate in English.
The state owned Radio and TV station Kenya Broadcasting corporation faces a risk of being closed following the latest court orders. KBC is set to sent home employees following a court ruling which issued in its 10 billion pension scheme case. Justice Maureen Onyango had ordered the media house to remit the money owed to KBC Retirement Benefits Scheme.
Kenya Broadcasting Cooperation is at risk of shutting down and sending its employees home over court ruling issue. Justice Maureen Onyango have ordered the media company to remit the money owed by KBC Retirement Benefit scheme. The court issued a ruling of 10billion pension scheme case.The court states that the media house have been illegal deducting it's employees salary for pension money.
Veteran KBC Kiswahili news presenter Badi Muhsin has is dead. The family said he passed on after a short illness. He was 67 years old. The veteran broadcaster was working with the national broadcaster KBC television. He was a Swahili news anchor. Muhsin started his career at a young age and did a number of interviews.