Last Updated: January 31, 2015 10:00

Ebola crisis exposed health institutions weaknesses, says Uhuru

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President Uhuru Kenyatta Friday said the Ebola crisis in parts of Africa exposed serious weaknesses of the health institutions in the continent.

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.

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.

Kamanda warns against misuse of Uwezo Fund

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Beneficiaries of the Sh6 billion Uwezo Fund have been warned against misusing money allocated to them to set up various development projects.


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

What you need to know about greenhouse tomato farming

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Like most young hustlers, Darius Cheruiyot of Silibwet, Bomet County has tried his hand in almost everything, from being a mechanic to a driver and a boda boda man. But none of those ventures given him satisfaction like farming.


State to prosecute Mumias managers

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Mumias Sugar will fire and prosecute its management in a decisive twist that could also have current and past managers surcharged to recover stolen funds.


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.


Costa must change character, says City's Pellegrini

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Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini wants banned Chelsea striker Diego Costa to change his character but he does not expect the Premier League leaders to miss their top scorer during the table-topping clash at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.


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