Last Updated: April 15, 2015 10:30

Billions at stake as printing of title deeds stops

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There is unease in the multi-billion shilling financial and real estate sectors with reports indicating that processing of titles has ground to a halt at the Lands office with a backlog of close to 8,000 documents.

John Kerry explains his love for Kenya

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US Secretary of State John Kerry’s love for Kenya became apparent when he drove straight from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport to the Nairobi National Park where he took a selfie with an orphaned baby jumbo.

The deadly divide between rich and poor people in urban Kenya

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Children from poor urban families in Kenya are four times more likely to die before their fifth birthday compared to their counterparts from rich families, a new report says.

Kenya: 50 people killed in Turkana-Pokot border gun fight

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Scores of people are feared dead after a botched raid by Turkana raiders on a village in East Pokot.

TSC set to fill 1,592 teaching vacancies

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Some 1,592 teachers will be hired to replace those who have left service in primary and post-primary institutions.

Kenya: Questions raised over leaders' empty rhetoric as cattle rustling escalates between Turkana and Pokot

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The killings at Nadome in Tiaty constituency on Monday when Turkana bandits engaged with armed Pokots after botched raid brings into sharp focus the Government's seriousness in tackling insecurity in Baringo.

Kenya

Karume’s children want trustees jailed

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Three children of the late politician Njenga Karume now want the trustees to their father's estate committed to civil jail for disobeying court orders.

Politics

Governors, Okoa Kenya eager to merge their referendum initiatives

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Governors have hinted that their Pesa Mashinani referendum push might soon merge with the Coalition for Reforms and Democracy’s (CORD’s) Okoa Kenya initiative.

The Counties

Family says son killed during SA xenophobic rampage

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A family in Mwembe Ngoma village in Msambweni is mourning the death of a son it claims was murdered in South Africa by xenophobic mobs last month, apparently for living with a South African woman.

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