Last Updated: August 2, 2015 00:18

Why leaders were locked out of Obama meetings

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It was a humbling experience for some top political leaders and senior government officials, when the Kenya-American President, as Barack Obama proudly proclaimed himself, toured his father’s homeland.

Why Africa’s strong men won’t just give up power

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If President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe were in the African Union headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on Tuesday, he would probably have had one of the most unnerving moments in his political career.

Governors now lock horns with EACC over funds uptake study

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There is a standoff between the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) and the Council of Governors (CoG) over the former’s plan to evaluate use and misuse of public funds in several counties.

Invest in educating youths, Raila tells leaders

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Leaders from the Coalition of Reform and Democracy (CORD) have asked leaders to prioritise providing education to the youth.

MPs vow to take action against Kenya Airways officials

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A section of MPs has vowed to take action against Kenya Airways officials following the auditor general's report that the company has lost billions of shillings.

Kenya

Series of murders spark fear over return of dreaded sungu sungu

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A series of murders in Nyamira County over the last one week are raising suspicion that the dreaded sungu sungu vigilante group may be back.

Health & Science

Kemri develops first malaria vaccine

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At the height of Obama mania, a significant announcement was made by the Kenya Medical Research Institute (Kemri) in the fight against malaria.

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