Last Updated: December 22, 2014 16:12

State ends parents' hopes of school fees relief

  Comments 10 hours ago
The hopes of parents of over 2.1 million secondary school students expecting a reduction in fees starting next year following a task force's recommendation have been dashed.

CORD leaders set to challenge security law in court

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17 hours ago
Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) has set the stage to get back at Jubilee over the security law it has strongly opposed and termed oppressive and an affront to the Constitution.

Kenyans can now secretly test for STDs online

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17 hours ago
Kenyans who suspect they have sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) can now order for tests anonymously and quickly through the internet or mobile phones to protect their privacy.

House committee wants Equity Thin SIM card technology suspended

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17 hours ago
A report adopted by a committee of the National Assembly has faulted the deployment of Thin SIM card technology in Kenya and asked that the process cease immediately.

Students want Bahati MP recalled over 'questionable character'

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17 hours ago
Bahati MP Kimani Ngunjiri has criticised a group of students who have started a process to have him recalled following an alleged assault on Dagoretti North MP Simba Arati in the National Assembly during debate on the Security Laws (Amendment) Bill on Thursday.


Parliament to question IEBC over failure to register Kenyans abroad

  Comments - 3 hours ago
Elgeyo Marakwet Senator, Hon Kipchumba Murkonen, has said the Legal Affairs Committees of the Senate and the National Assembly will at the beginning of the new year summon IEBC to explain why they have not yet started registering the Diaspora as provided for in the constitution and upheld by the Court of Appeal two months ago.

The Counties

Methodist church welcomes security law

  Comments - 1 hour ago
The Methodist Churches of Kenya have lauded President Uhuru Kenyatta's move to assent to the controversial security law, saying it will help boost security and combat increasing cases of terror attacks.


Longhorn buys out Dar publisher

  Comments - 17 hours ago
Longhorn Publishers has bought Delah Publisher Tanzania in a bid to grow its Tanzanian market share.


Can the blood of Ebola survivors create a cure?

  Comments - 1 hour ago
For months, Vanderbilt University researcher Dr. James Crowe has been desperately seeking access to the blood of U.S. Ebola survivors, hoping to extract the proteins that helped them overcome the deadly virus for use in new, potent drugs.


Steven Gerrard to lead the Reds

  Comments - 22 hours ago
Steven Gerrard to lead the Reds against Arsenal in a tight fixture this evening


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