Last Updated: April 15, 2015 10:30

Gang raids Nairobi home of world marathon champion Cathrine Ndereba

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A gang raided the Nairobi home of Kenya’s two-time world marathon champion and two-time Olympic silver medalist Catherine Ndereba and robbed her off household goods and cash.

Uhuru discusses Obama visit, security, investment with Kerry

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President Uhuru Kenyatta on Monday held a meeting with the U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry to discuss investment, security and President Barack Obama’s upcoming visit to Kenya.

Karangi's good news for soldiers as he finally hangs up his military boots

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Kenya Defence Forces personnel will get a salary increment from July. This is according to Gen Julius Karangi, who retired as Chief of Defence Forces at a colourful ceremony yesterday.

Waititu in landslide victory

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The Jubilee Alliance Party (JAP) candidate in the Kabete parliamentary by-election Ferdinand Waititu yesterday won the mini-poll with landslide.

Scandal of 136 workers with fake papers at KPA

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Panic has gripped top, middle and low level employees at the Kenya Ports Authority after the management stepped up investigations into the academic qualifications of hundreds of workers.

Kenya

Karangi's good news for soldiers as he finally hangs up his military boots

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Kenya Defence Forces personnel will get a salary increment from July. This is according to Gen Julius Karangi, who retired as Chief of Defence Forces at a colourful ceremony yesterday.

Politics

Governors, Okoa Kenya eager to merge their referendum initiatives

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Governors have hinted that their Pesa Mashinani referendum push might soon merge with the Coalition for Reforms and Democracy’s (CORD’s) Okoa Kenya initiative.

World

South Sudan's future at grave risk: Kerry

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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Monday that South Sudan's government and rebels had failed to make compromises needed to end a civil conflict and that this was putting the future of the world's youngest nation at "grave risk".

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