Ronnie Evans

ViaNews correspondent for Kenya - Ronnie Evans is a trained journalist having completed and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism and Media Studies from The University of Nairobi. Journalist contact:

Claire Mongeau is the founder and CEO of the EdTech startup M-Shule. Photo by: M-Shule Communications team.

Every Child Deserves an Opportunity to Succeed: M-Shule CEO, Claire Mongeau, Explains

NAIROBI, Kenya (ViaNews) – M-Shule is the first adaptive mobile learning platform in Africa. M-Shule means ‘Mobile School’ in English. The organization, based in Nairobi (Kenya), has won several top awards and gained recognition in the last two years for its drive to improve the level of education especially for primary school learners who come…

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Nairobi's skyline from Uhuru Park, next to the central business district of Nairobi, Kenya. Photo by Jorge Láscar.

Nairobi Central Business District: County Government Rescinds Decision on Decongestion Following Public Outcry

NAIROBI, Kenya (ViaNews) – The Nairobi City County government has suspended its move to decongest the Central Business District (CBD) by banning of Public Service Vehicles off the area. This followed a directive by the Nairobi Governor, Mike Sinko. A notice was given by Nairobi County secretary Pauline Kahiga in accordance with the 12th May…

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Kenyatta International Convention Centre in Nairobi, Kenya. Photo by: Jorge Láscar.

Three Kenyan Journalists in Hot Soup Over Alleged Cybercrime Involving Sports Minister

NAIROBI. Kenya (ViaNews) – Three journalists in Kenya have been arraigned in court following their supposed involvement in the false publication of information and cybercrime. The trio of David Ndolo, Stafford Ondego, and Alex Mulwa was allegedly all part of a plan to incriminate Kakamega Senator Hon. Cleophas Malalah. This was yet another curious case…

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John Nyanganyi (left) attempts to dribble past Cosmas Asunga during Sports Day at Moi Avenue Primary School on Wednesday. Photo by: Ronnie Evans.

Is new Kenyan Education Curriculum Wholesome? Veteran Administrator, Ruth Chichir Explains

NAIROBI, Kenya (ViaNews) – Ruth Chirchir is an educationalist, mentor and leader in her own right. She has taught thousands of Kenyan pupils spread over five counties in the East African nation. Her stellar career, which has spun over 30 years, gives Chichir the pedigree in matters education, life skills and child development. We sat…

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