Last Updated: November 28, 2014 00:08

Blow to university students over plans to charge more fees from January

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Students in public and private universities may have to pay more fees next year to help finance the sector regulator’s quality assurance programmes.

Thousands receive Otieno Kajwang's body

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Thousands of Kisumu residents Thursday turned up to receive the body of the late Homa Bay Senator Otieno Kajwang' at the lakeside city even as opposition leaders made fiery speeches critical of the Jubilee Government.

ODM MPs plot to force Uhuru to sack Energy Cabinet Secretary Cabinet Secretary Davis Chirchir

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The opposition has called for the immediate sacking of Energy and Petroleum Cabinet Secretary Davis Chirchir over alleged integrity issues.

Alfred Mutua, wife in legal tussle over custody of their children

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Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua and his estranged wife Josephine Thitu Maundu are entangled in a dispute over custody of their three children who are currently residing in Australia.

Kenya ranked 4th globally in list of countries worst hit by fraud

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Kenya is ranked the 4th globally among countries worst hit by fraud behind Nigeria, Egypt and Namibia, a survey has revealed. According to The third Global Fraud survey by Ernest & Young (EY), most fraud incidents are perpetrated by middle-level managers.

Kenya

Cabinet approves new dates for digital migration

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The Cabinet has approved new dates for the switch to digital television broadcasting, and a Cabinet sub-committee is set to review the allocation of frequencies.

The Counties

Muslim leaders want end to Lamu curfew

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Muslim leaders want the Government to lift the dusk-to-dawn curfew imposed on Lamu County immediately, terming it unconstitutional.

Business

Kenya ranked 4th globally in list of countries worst hit by fraud

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Kenya is ranked the 4th globally among countries worst hit by fraud behind Nigeria, Egypt and Namibia, a survey has revealed. According to The third Global Fraud survey by Ernest & Young (EY), most fraud incidents are perpetrated by middle-level managers.

World

UN aid official Valerie Amos to step down

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The top UN official for humanitarian aid, Valerie Amos, who oversaw international relief efforts in Syria and other trouble spots, announced Wednesday she is stepping down.

Sports

Champions League: Arsenal end Dortmund's perfect record to reach last 16

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Arsenal qualified for the knockout stages of the Champions League for the 15th successive season when they ended Borussia Dortmund's 100 percent record in Group D with a 2-0 win at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday.

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