Last Updated: January 28, 2015 00:08

Stand-o­ff as teachers defy TSC’s order to return to North Eastern

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After trooping to their employer’s doorstep for a week, an estimated 2,000 teachers from terror-prone spots in North Eastern region Tuesday declared they would not go back to their stations, reinforcing a stand-off with their employer who has warned they will be fired if they don’t return to work.

Uhuru launches multi-million shilling programme for the poor

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The Government will adopt biometric registration to secure the Sh13.6billion set aside for the disadvantaged under the Inua Jamii cash transfer programme as a model for other national projects supporting 25 million poor Kenyans.

Alarm over tampering of digital speed governors by PSVs

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A cartel in the public transport sector has perfected the art of tampering with the digital speed governors that were introduced as a strategy to curb road accidents.

Private sector corruption on the rise, endangers long term investment

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Kenya's private sector has warned that high levels of corruption within its ranks is increasing the cost of doing business and endangering long term investment

New study links popular birth control pill to HIV risk yet again

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New evidence shows women using the popular birth control pill, Depo Provera, are at a greater risk of HIV infection, reinforcing similar findings reported four years ago.

Kenya

State to name Konza development authority boss soon

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The Government will name a new chief executive officer in March to head the Konza Technopolis Development Authority.

Politics

Five to vie for ODM ticket in Kajiado Central

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Five candidates will battle for the Orange Democratic Movement ticket in the party's Kajiado Central primaries Wednesday.

The Counties

Economics graduate now a charcoal trader

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As thousands of young people throng urban centres to seek employment, one graduate from Majengo Estate in Narok has put away his Bachelors of Economics degree and ventured into a totally unrelated field - making environmentally-friendly charcoal briquettes

Business

Private sector corruption on the rise, endangers long term investment

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Kenya's private sector has warned that high levels of corruption within its ranks is increasing the cost of doing business and endangering long term investment

World

Indian PM Narendra Modi mocked for wearing suit with his own name

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Narendra Modi's daring fashion choices have won plaudits in the past, but the Indian leader's decision to wear a suit with his own name printed all over it sparked a barrage of mockery on social media.

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