CS Magoha Bans Hiring of School Buses For Private Events

Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha has banned the hiring of school buses for private functions. Speaking on Tuesday, 15th June

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Knec Appoints David Njengere as Its New CEO

The Kenya National Examinations Council (Knec) has appointed a top educationist, Dr David Njengere, as its new Chief Executive Officer

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Top 10 News in Brief: Triumph, Tears as KCSE Exam Candidates Defy Covid-19 to Excel

As you start your day, you need to power your mind with some relevant and useful information. We have picked

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KCSE 2020 Exam: Kaaga Girls Tops List of Most Improved Schools

Kaaga Girls High School in Meru County was named the most improved school in the 2020 Kenya Certificate of Secondary

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Uhuru Receives KCSE Exam Results, Witnesses Swearing-in of Fatuma Chege

By PSCU President Uhuru Kenyatta today, Monday ,10th May, at State House, Nairobi, received results of the 2020 Kenya Certificate

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2020 KCSE Results to be Released Today

Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha is set to announce the 2020 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination results today,

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KCSE Exam Results to be Released Before Mid-May, Says Education CS Magoha

Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha on Wednesday morning, 21st April, announced that the just-concluded 2020 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education

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List of Top KCPE Candidates: Girls Shine

Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha on Wednesday, 15th April, released the 2020 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examination results.

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President Suspends Physical Learning, And Sports Amid Covid-19 Surge

President Uhuru Kenyatta has ordered the suspension of all sports, and the operations of sporting and recreational facilities, including private

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D-Day For 1.1m Candidates as KCPE Exam Kicks Off

The Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations started on Monday, 22nd March, under strict Covid-19 regulations for 1.1 million

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