Last Updated: September 23, 2014 00:08

How Uhuru case in Hague turned into trial fiasco

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President Uhuru Kenyatta could be in The Hague’s courtroom on October 7 or get leeway to follow the proceedings via video link in Nairobi but one thing is certain; the case has lost steam and even Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda has conceded.

Relief as hawkers are allowed back in CBD

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Hawkers in Mombasa can now breathe a sigh of relief after the county authorities allowed them to operate on designated roads within the Central Business District.

Experts: Vote only possible in March 2016

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Constitutional experts have poured cold water on the planned referendums by the Opposition and governors, saying the issues they are pushing can be addressed without a national vote.

Another rough patch? Financials show Uchumi may lack cash to pay short-term debts

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When he rose to respond to a question asked by a business journalist on an alleged go-slow by about 3,000 suppliers over non-payment, the man who got Uchumi out of the jaws of receivership and insolvency looked agitated.

Young, tough and Kenya's new envoy to Canada

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When Kenya’s envoy-designate to Canada, Lucy Chelimo, 35, walked into County Hall’s mini chamber to face a committee of MPs during the vetting process, she was expecting to be questioned on her marital status.

AG recalls all marriage certificate books as State prepares for new law

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A new regime on marriages and issuance of marriage certificates is in the offing following the enactment of the Marriage Act, 2014.

Kenya

Waiguru warns officials linked to ghost workers

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Government officials found to have abetted malpractices in the public service will face prosecution, Devolution Cabinet Secretary Anne Waiguru has warned.

The Counties

Senator Charles Keter faults Pesa Mashinani launch

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Kericho Senator, Charles Keter has said the impression created by the Council of Governors that voters in the South Rift were backing the Pesa Mashinani campaign is wrong.

Business

Safaricom loses battle to block Equity Bank’s thin sim card

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Integrated communications services provider, Safaricom, has lost the battle to block Equity Bank’s wholly owned subsidiary Finserve Africa from entering the lucrative mobile money services market using the Thin Sim technology.

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