Since the outbreak of the corona virus disease in the country, the country has lost plenty of top leaders, health workers, comedians and other people due to the deadly disease and other underlying health conditions. Death has been striking this nation hard and again today, the country was left in sadness and dejection after Kenyans woke up to the death of a prominent journalist.
United States International University Africa known to many as USIU Africa, located in Nairobi Kenya is one of the top private university in Kenya and East Africa at large. The once mighty has joined the list of universities struggling to make ends meet.This is due to financial crisis which has hit the University.
Veteran journalist Joe Kadhi has reportedly passed away according to news just from Nation. Mr Kadhi breathed his last on Wednesday evening. Mr Kathi was a renowned media guru, who once served as Managing Editor at Daily Nation and his body will be interred today in accordance to his Muslim beliefs.
On Tuesday, the outgoing Vice Chancellor of United States International University (USIU) Professor Paul Tiyambe Zeleza donation personal gifts valued at Ksh100 million (US$1 million) to his former students. Photo: Professor Paul Tiyambe Zeleza Professor Tiyambe donated the gifts which he said that he had collected in various continents for the last 40 years.
How the previous semester studies would be resumed had created havoc among the university students after the government through the president ordered closure of all learning institutions on 15th March 2020. However, the students need to worry less as various universities have started partnering with different telcos to provide studies online to their students at affordable costs. Despite COVID-19 pandemic in the country, different university administrations will consider reopening if their plans with the te
Photo: USIU Students were taken by a huge shock after schools were abruptly closed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Students had to come into terms with the situation after the ministry of education pushed reopening dates to next year January. In a report by the standard, it has established that about 1000 needy students are set to smile as they will receive a sponsorship as result of the partnership between USIU-Africa and Mastercard foundation. This is after the partnership unveiled a Ksh 6.2Billion
Brenda Wairimu is a Kenyan Actress and Model born in 3rd May 1989 in Mombasa Kenya. Today, she is celebrating her 33rd birthday as many Kenyan celebrities come together to wish her a happy birthday. Brenda Wairimu was born on 3 May 1989 and raised in Mombasa.
Today's education news in the headlines include; All primary and Nursery schools should remain closed until further notice, USIU-Africa in partnership with the United States Embassy in Nairobi has launched a nationwide civic education initiative and Stop speculating on when KCSE results should be out - says Magoha.
The National Identification document, or ID, as many simply referred to, is an important document which validates you as a Kenya citizen and without which, you can't access a number of services. Many Kenyans right now have either the second or third generation ID whose numbers start with either 20 or 30 something. However, most don't know the history of this numbering but what we can reveal to you are the two persons who hold ID number 1 and 2. The Late President Daniel Arap Moi was the holder of ID 0000001
Well, the academic year for university students is set to resume anytime soon as many of the other education sectors are affected terribly. Well facts cannot be ignored because many people are going through financial difficulties and it might be one of the reasons many might not report back to their respective schools. In the midst of all this bad news for the education sector, a 6.2B partnership has been made between USIU Africa and MasterCard Foundation that will aid thousands of students. This scholarship
United States International University Africa has kicked off its search for a new vice-chancellor. In a statement issued Thursday, the Private University stated that the search will be conducted through a United Kingdom based recruitment firm Oxford HR. Confirming the news, USIU- Interim vice-chancellor Prof Freida Brown said the next VC will be expected to bring a track record of successful leadership and academic achievement, as demonstrated in a a doctoral degree and ideally at full professorial level.
COVID-19 halted the continuation of learning in schools due to the fear of the spread that may occur in learning institution. After the Kenyan government directive to close schools was announced, most universities resorted to E-Learning which meant they would resort to students learning virtually. Online learning has its own challenges with most students unable to access internet away from the campus and the lack of self discipline from students. University Of Nairobi is one of the campus which had schedule
Brenda Wairimu, is a popular Kenyan actress who has been in the media industry for as long as most of us can remember. She became extremely famous after being featured in a popular Swahili soap opera known as Mali and has since gained a huge number of followers on her social media platforms. Brenda Wairimu who was born on 3rd May 1989, is not only an actress but also an award winning model. She is also a learned lady who studied International Business Management at USIU Africa and was raised in Mombasa. In real