Last Updated: September 22, 2014 00:03

Legislators to consult on Uhuru summons

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MPs from the Jubilee coalition are scheduled to meet this week to deliberate over summons handed to President Uhuru Kenyatta to appear before the International Criminal Court (ICC).

Counties improve on use of Sh261b allocated in last financial budget

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Counties had been allocated Sh261 billion, of which Sh160 billion was for recurrent expenditure and Sh100 billion for development.

HSBC closes Nairobi office in global re-organisation

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Global banking giant Hongkong Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC) has formally shut down its Nairobi office three years after it kicked off operations.

Uhuru to attend security meeting in US

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President Uhuru Kenyatta will today attend a high-level regional security meeting in the United States.

Ruto: Calls for public vote not political

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Bomet Governor Isaac Ruto has dismissed claims that he is spearheading the Pesa Mashinani referendum campaign for political mileage as he could be nursing presidential ambitions.

Tears flow as victims, their friends and kin commemorate attack

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More than 1,000 white and yellow candles flickered as relatives and friends of the Westgate terrorist attack marked the first anniversary yesterday.

Kenya

Kenyans want development not endless noise, Moi tells leaders

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Former President Daniel Moi has asked politicians who have been agitating for a referendum to back down and instead support calls for development by the Government.

The Counties

Fear of job losses over Mombasa port clearance hitches

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There are fears of massive loss of jobs in the country's shipping sector after 500 companies claimed they have been denied access to the Single Customs Territory (SCT) system.

Business

EAC, EU agree to settle unresolved trade issues

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East African Community (EAC) states and the European Union (EU) have reached a new deal in protracted negotiations of Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs).

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