Public University Lecturers in Kenya are set to begin their strike on night of Wednesday January 2017 over the governments’ failure to fulfill a Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) they signed a year ago. Speaking through the Universities Academic Staff Union (UASU) chair Muga Kolale, the union indicated that they have no option but call off teaching in the university until the CBA is fulfilled by the government. In the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA), the union wants the lowest lecturer to be paid ksh. 350,000 month while a full/senior professor to be paid ksh. 1.9 million per month. The Union… Read More »
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Government has indicated that it is working on introducing the Kenya school of education in an effort to address some of the issues linked to education and training for a competent and professional education profession. The proposals of the establishment of the school were suggested by the Kenya Secondary School Heads Association (KSSHA). KSSHA National V/Chair Mr. Indimuli Kahi Alfred indicated that the Kenya school of education will be a public post-University training institution for professional education development. The Kenya School of education’s mandate will include programmes… Read More »
University Students leaders across the country led by Nathaniel Akadima met with Cabinet Secretary for Devolution & Planning Ms. Anne Waiguru, OGW on 2nd May 2015 in his Nairobi office. The student leaders held a long discussion with Ms. Anne Waiguru where they discussed a number of issues affecting students among them being; Partnership on the 30% Prefential Rule on Government Procurement for the University Students & Youths in general. The inclusion of University Students in the management of the National Youth Council as envisaged in the National Youth Council Act, 2009. Appropriate attachments & internships for university students.… Read More »
The 88th edition of the Kenya School and Colleges National Musical Festivals went down in the Coastal City of Mombasa. Among the list of winning schools include but not limited to; Booker Academy Manyatta Primaary St. Marys Primary Narok Ongata Rongai Primary School Muhoroni PrimaryDon Bosco Primary School Lions school Nakuru St. Francis of Assisis Moi University choir Do you need to buy a soft copy of Mombasa, 88th Edition of National Musical Festivals Winners and participants? Let us know by dropping us an email. NOTE: Due to expenses, we stopped delivering Music festival or dram festival recordings. You… Read More »