Last Updated: October 22, 2014 00:15

CDF shocker as 137 MPs’ spending plans rejected

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Scores of MPs have been stopped from spending millions of shillings in taxpayers money on constituency projects that could be seen as vehicles for political patronage or attempts to cover up alleged misuse of funds.

ICC criticises Kenya for exposing confidential data

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The Government is on the spot for disclosing confidential information filed at the International Criminal Court (ICC).

Poor roads, rains hamper transport of exam papers in Nakuru

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The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education examinations kicked off smoothly in various parts of Nakuru, Baringo and Samburu counties with examination papers arriving on time.

Kenya’s ministry of health goes electronic to raise Ebola awareness

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The Ministry of Health has now resorted to use of electronic channels to bolster preparedness and raise awareness on Ebola.

Safaricom emerges Kenya’s biggest taxpayer for 7th consecutive year

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Safaricom has for the 7th consecutive year emerged the country’s highest taxpayer, according to the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA).

Speaker Muturi under fire for backing Uhuru on grilling of Cabinet Secretaries

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Opposition leaders in the National Assembly have now turned on Speaker Justin Muturi for suspending rules of the House in what appears to be a direct result of last week's scolding at State House.

Kenya

Bar owners warned against playing loud music during KCSE, KCPE month

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The local administration in Bondo, Siaya County, has banned loud music during the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) and the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations period.

The Counties

Why State declined to register MRC

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The Government has rejected a request for registration by the separatist Mombasa Republican Council (MRC), prompting its leaders to appeal to the Attorney General.

Business

Tax relief for businesses as Treasury moves to clear Sh10b VAT backlog

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The Government plans to clear the first batch of Value Added Tax (VAT) funds, amounting to Sh10 billion, by January 2015 and complete paying the remainder within the first four months of the year.

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