Last Updated: October 22, 2014 15:11

CORD Senators postpone appointment with EACC over Karen land

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Cord Senators have postponed to next week appointment with Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission over alleged illegal acquisition of Sh8 billion Karen Land to next week.

Ombudsman accuses Ongeri of grabbing Kisii Market plots

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3 hours ago
Kenya’s ambassador to the the United Nations Habitat Sam Ongeri has been accused of grabbing sections of Kisii market plots in an Ombudsman report.

President Uhuru in Juba for IGAD Summit

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4 hours ago
President Uhuru Kenyatta left the country this morning for a one day official visit to Juba, South Sudan, where he will attend an IGAD Summit.

Man linked to Nairobi City Park deaths killed

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A man believed to be behind serial killings in City Park area in the city has been killed.

Tanzania to hold referendum on new constitution in April 2015

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1 hour ago
Tanzania will hold a referendum in April on a new constitution, its Attorney-General said on Wednesday, angering opposition parties which boycotted the drafting process and reject the draft charter.

Kenya

Bar owners warned against playing loud music during KCSE, KCPE month

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The local administration in Bondo, Siaya County, has banned loud music during the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) and the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations period.

The Counties

Why State declined to register MRC

  Comments - 15 hours ago
The Government has rejected a request for registration by the separatist Mombasa Republican Council (MRC), prompting its leaders to appeal to the Attorney General.

Business

Tax relief for businesses as Treasury moves to clear Sh10b VAT backlog

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The Government plans to clear the first batch of Value Added Tax (VAT) funds, amounting to Sh10 billion, by January 2015 and complete paying the remainder within the first four months of the year.

World

Burkina Faso government seeks referendum to extend president's rule

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Burkina Faso's government will submit a bill for parliament to call a referendum on removing a two-term limit for the presidency, the interior minister said after a cabinet meeting on Tuesday.

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