Last Updated: August 28, 2014 00:00

Uhuru means well for Kenya, says Raila

CORD leader Raila Odinga has accused Deputy President William Ruto of blocking President Uhuru Kenyatta from reaching out to and working with the Opposition, adding that the President means well for Kenya.

Human rights activists condemn slow pace of implementing Kenyan Constitution

The Government is using the law to its benefit while ignoring public needs, the Coalition for Constitution Implementation (CCI) has said.

President Uhuru warns Raila against incitement

President Uhuru Kenyatta Wednesday asked CORD leader Raila Odinga not to incite Kenyans against other leaders during his campaign for a referendum.

Nurses’ strike looms as counties fail to absorb workers on contract

Confusion surrounding the employment of medical staff under the national government’s Economic Stimulus Programme (ESP) by the county governments could paralyse operations of health institutions countrywide.

Jail term for school owners with risky buses, Kenya parliament proposes

School owners, teachers and drivers who put the lives of children at risk by carrying them in poorly maintained buses will be jailed for two months or fined Sh50,000.

TSC boss gets reprieve over Sh42.3b debt

The High Court in Nakuru has extended the suspension of the sentence of Teachers Service Commission (TSC) Secretary Gabriel Lengoiboni until September 19.

Kenya

Nurses’ strike looms as counties fail to absorb workers on contract

Confusion surrounding the employment of medical staff under the national government’s Economic Stimulus Programme (ESP) by the county governments could paralyse operations of health institutions countrywide.

The Counties

Treasury moves in to pay county workers' salaries

Treasury has intervened to advance counties cash to pay workers' salaries pending passage of the Revenue Bill by Parliament.

Sports

WHY ALWAYS BALOTELLI: “Liverpool’s 3 days old boy, Mario Balotelli in scuffle with his teammates”

Why always him he says - probably because he manages to do things like this. Mario Balotelli has only been a Liverpool player for three days but he has already somehow managed to get involved in a bib-related mishap AGAIN.

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