Last Updated: December 18, 2014 00:11

Face-off looms over security bill in the National Assembly

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The failure by MPs in Jubilee and CORD to strike a consensus on the draconian Security Laws (Amendment) Bill 2014 has set the stage for political fireworks in the National Assembly Thursday.

Only PhD holders will teach in varsities, says Kaimenyi

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Only lecturers with Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) qualifications will be allowed to teach at universities, Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi has said.

If given nod, I will only adhere to president’s orders, says Nkaissery

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Nominated Interior Security Cabinet Secretary Joseph Nkaissery has promised Kenyans he will only take orders from the president.

Kenya freezes Sh300m for axed NGOs

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The Government has already frozen Sh300 million belonging to 525 non-governmental organisations (NGOs) which it deregistered on Tuesday.

Maasais invade Karlo farm claiming ownership

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About 100 Maasais invaded Kenya Agriculture Livestock and Research Organisation (Kalro) land for the second time in a month claiming ownership.


Kenya police offers Sh2m bounty on two Al-Shabaab members

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Police have circulated pictures of two wanted Al-Shabaab terror suspects and offered a Sh2 million reward to anyone who will provide information that may lead to their arrest.

The Counties

One person dead, several missing as Kaloleni building caves in

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At least one man died, while seven people were still missing by Wednesday evening after a six-storey building they were living in collapsed in Kaloleni, Nairobi.


Sugar sector faces big test as MPs fail to debate sale of millers

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The sugar industry is hanging on a thread after Parliament failed to pass a motion meant to pave way for privatisation of five sugar companies.


ISIS launch Scorpion bombs to spread panic in Iraq

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Islamic State militants are launching bombs containing live scorpions as the latest terror weapon in Iraq.


Crisis In Rugby: Wrangling and intrigues of tenders force Muthee to walk away from the sport

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“To run away from trouble is a form of cowardice and, while it is true that the suicide braves death, he does it not for some noble object but to escape some ill,” so said Greek philosopher, Aristotle. Such is the urgency with which Kenya Rugby Union chairman, Mwangi Muthee, walked away from the union yesterday


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