Last Updated: April 15, 2015 10:30

Manufacturers to reap big as Chinese firm buys steel worth Sh330m from Kenya

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China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC) is in the process of buying over 5,000 tonnes of steel worth more than Sh330 million from local manufacturers for the construction of the Standard Gauge Railway.

Kenyan immigration officer charged over escaped Chinese ‘racist’ restaurant owner

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An immigration officer who allegedly cleared the manager of a Chinese restaurant that was recently closed by authorities in Nairobi over ‘racist’ rules has been charged at a Nairobi court with abuse of office.

Uhuru recycles politicians but reduces parastatals

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President Uhuru Kenyatta applied the age-old political trick of reaching out to communities by picking their political sons and daughters to serve in various positions within parastatals, a strategy that would be reciprocated through the shoring of loyalty by the appointees.

One shot dead in Mihang’o police station raid

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A member of a gang that tried to raid Mihang’o police station in Kayole area, Nairobi was shot dead and another injured on Monday night.

Who'll redeem Kenya’s discredited Public Accounts Committee?

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Members of the National Assembly's Public Accounts Committee (PAC) will elect their leaders this morning as the watchdog seeks to regain public confidence in the wake of corruption allegations that forced dissolution of the previous team.


Nairobi court slashes Sh80m divorce award to Sh350,000

  Comments - 9 hours ago
The Court of Appeal has slashed the Sh80 million awarded to the estranged wife of businessman Suresh Nanalal Kantaria to Sh350,000.


Mudavadi declares 2017 presidency bid

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Amani Coalition leader Musalia Mudavadi met Members of County Assemblies from Rift Valley, Nyanza and Western regions at a forum where he said he would vie for the presidency in 2017.

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Monitor Madrassas, says National Assembly speaker Justin Muturi

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The curriculum used in Madrassas should be regulated to ensure rogue Muslim clerics don't use them to radicalise the youth, National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi has said.


Rea Vipingo owners to endorse sale of land to Centum

  Comments - 9 hours ago
Shareholders of sisal producer, Rea Vipingo, are expected to meet today to endorse a final deal to sell huge chunks of land to Centum Investment Ltd.


Kerry to travel to Sri Lanka, Kenya and Djibouti

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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will travel to Sri Lanka on Saturday to meet with its new president, Maithripala Sirisena, the State Department said, following years of strained relations between Washington and the country's previous government.


ENGLISH CONQUEST: How the English still rule the world

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They exported civilisation and Christianity to Africa. Their language is the globe’s lingua Franca. The English colonised the world and are still ruling swathes of the globe from Down Under to some parts of Caribbean islands to-date.


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