Areas of Reporting

Some relevant fields in good governance with the rules and procedures every journalist should know about when entering these fields. More are being added over time.

Manufactures Ask For VAT Exemption

When RoGGKenya visited Anita Mueni’s home in Kibera, Nairobi, she was with all her three children in a single room.…

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Coronavirus: How effective is E-learning in Kenya?

  Sheila Maina, a resident of Runda, Nairobi has been working from home for the past three years. The introduction…

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Counties Not Prepared as Coronavirus Spreads

    A patient exhibiting symptoms of coronavirus was rushed to a private hospital in Bungoma County on Monday 23rd…

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Kenyans Still Reluctant to Protect Themselves from Coronavirus

  The coronavirus pandemic has killed thousands of people across the globe while others are still getting infected. The government…

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Strict Measures Introduced in Kenya to Curb the Spread of Coronavirus

    Kenyan government has introduced measures to stop the spread of Coronavirus but the numbers increase everyday. A total…

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Vacancy at the Auditor General’s Office Creating Crisis

    It is almost seven months since Mr Edward Ouko’s term as the Auditor General expired yet the critical…

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Time to Analyze the Draft County Fiscal Strategy Papers

  February 28  2020 was the deadline for submission of the County Fiscal Strategy Paper (CFSP) to County Assemblies across…

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Continuous Flouting of Safety Measures Expose Students to Danger

  On October 9th 2019 RoGGKenya reported about eight students who died and 69 who were injured when a building…

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Poor Diagnosis, Negligence Leading Cause of Child and Maternal Deaths in Kenya

Medical care for first time mothers and their babies is in a deplorable state which requires an urgent action. The…

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Desert Locusts Spread Despite Efforts by Government and UN

This is the worst desert locust situation in 70 years in Kenya and 25 years for most of the affected…

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