Last Updated: January 31, 2015 11:26

Ebola crisis exposed health institutions weaknesses, says Uhuru

Govt's remark linking ICC to terrorism disgraceful, says Lobby group

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Lobby group International Center for Policy and Conflict (ICPC) has termed as disgraceful, claims by the Jubilee Government that the International Criminal Court is funding terrorism in the country.

Private schools fault ministry on interpretation of affirmative action

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The Ministry of Education has been accused of ‘misinterpreting’ the principle of affirmative action in the selection of students to Form One as private schools continue to cry foul over ‘alleged discrimination’ in favour of public school

Panic as 21,000 workers lose hotel, tour jobs

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Kenya has lost 21,000 jobs in the tourism sector as investors close down hotels, a tourism agency has revealed.

Battle for plum parastatal jobs looms as bosses’ contracts expire

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The battle for prime jobs in government is beginning to take shape as contracts of top parastatal chiefs expire between March and September this year.


Five remandees flee while on way to court

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A manhunt has been launched for five hardcore remandees who escaped while being ferried to Kabarnet Law Courts.


Is this the return of ‘Kangaroo’ courts?

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Single political party days is remembered as the era of red shirts, the period in Kenya’s political history when Kanu members had to wear party colours to express undivided loyalty. Kanu was an institution then.

The Counties

Who will take the Kajiado Central seat?

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The two major coalitions the Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) and the ruling Jubilee Allince Party (JAP) are headed for a major onslaught in what could mark the beginning of a three-year political duel running into 2017 polls.


Stop over-dependence on external funding, Uhuru urges AU summit

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President Uhuru Kenyatta Saturday said the continent stands on the threshold of new rebirth and the African Union should stop depending on external funding to finance its programmes.


Ukraine peace talks aborted

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Civilians were killed on both sides in heavy fighting in eastern Ukraine on Friday, while an attempt to reopen peace talks in neighbouring Belarus was aborted before it began.


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