Last Updated: February 27, 2015 10:14

Media Owners: Kenyans are not being migrated to digital TV but to pay TV

China bans ivory carving imports for one year

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Beijing has imposed a one-year ban on the import of ivory carvings, amid international criticism that rapidly-growing Chinese demand could push wild African elephants to extinction within a generation.

Matiba falls sick, admitted to hospital

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Veteran politician Kenneth Matiba has been admitted to a Nairobi hospital after developing complications on Wednesday evening.

Lupita's Sh14 million dress stolen from her hotel room

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Lupita Nyongo’o’s stunning pearl dress that she wore to the Oscars has been reportedly stolen from her hotel room.

‘Daily’ used fake letter to attack digital TV consortium

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The Registrar of Companies is on the spot over the alleged registration of two companies with similar names, one of which is at the centre of the current digital migration debacle.

US signs trade pledge with East Africa, eyes rest of continent

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The United States and five East African countries pledged on Thursday to ease trade flows and set the stage for more U.S. investment, a program that could be extended to other parts of Africa.


MPs raise concern over digital migration, demand TVs back

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A key parliamentary committee was yesterday concerned over the betrayal and harassment of media owners by the Government and the regulator in the digital migration row.


UhuRuto party woos Kosgey, Bett with eye on Rift Valley votes

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President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto's new political outfit is currently wooing key political figures in Rift Valley as it seeks to boost it popularity in the region.

The Counties

Couple calls it quits after 63 years over pay out

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It was jubilation for many Mau Mau veterans when, in 2013, they won a landmark ruling against the former British colonial government that led to them receive compensation for atrocities suffered at the time.


KCB Group profit hits 24b as interest rate powers its growth

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Kenya Commercial Bank Group (KCB) has announced a 18.2 per cent rise in pre-tax profit pushed up by positive economic growth in the East Africa region which saw all its subsidiaries make a profit. This is despite a difficult business environment in South Sudan.


Al Shabaab admit to firing mortars at Somalia presidential palace

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Somalia's al Shabaab militants said they carried out a mortar attack on the presidential palace in the capital Mogadishu on Thursday, but there were no immediate reports of casualties.


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