Last Updated: July 25, 2014 00:09

Job crisis looms as US slashes funding to HIV

Thousands of jobs are at stake after the US Government implemented massive funding cuts to civil organisations in the health sector, especially those involved in the fight against HIV and Aids.

Ruto office now linked to Ngilu, Swazuri row

The office of the Deputy President William Ruto has been drawn into the controversy surrounding proposed amendments to three land laws.

Embrace gay sex or forget aid, Kenya told

Kenya is among countries told to legalise homosexuality, prostitution and drug injecting or lose donor funding at the ongoing international Aids conference in Melbourne, Australia.

House team gives Safaricom’s Sh15b security contract nod

A Parliamentary committee has dismissed objections raised on the awarding of a Sh14.9 billion security surveillance system contract to Safaricom and recommended that the House approves the tender.

Oppositon targets dissident MPs

CORD officially wrote to the Speaker of the National Assembly communicating the removal of Kilifi North MP Gideon Mung'aro as the Minority chief whip.

Court summons Keter to testify in Mercy Keino inquest

Kericho Senator Charles Keter has been summoned to testify at the inquest probing the death of the late University of Nairobi student Mercy Keino.


Israeli footballers attacked in friendly when pro-Palestinians invade pitch

Israeli team Maccabi Haifa were attacked near the end of their friendly with Lille as pro-Palestinian protesters sparked ugly scenes at friendly in Austria


How 'businessman' conned UK investor

On or about June 23, 1999, Somaia deceived billionaire Murli Mirchandani to wire him US$865,000, the first in a series of transfers that would end in a Sh1.6 billion scam.

The Counties

Fate of impeached Machakos Deputy Governor lies with Senate

The fate of the impeached Machakos County Deputy Governor Benard Kiala now squarely lies in the hands of the Senate.



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