Last Updated: September 16, 2014 21:56

South Sudan sets limits on hiring foreign workers

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South Sudan will from next month require that companies and non-government organisations (NGOs) employ South Sudanese citizens unless they are unable to find locals with the necessary skills.

Kenya aims to add 1,200 MW to creaking power grid

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Kenya plans to add 500 megawatts (MW) of electricity to the national grid from natural gas deposits, the energy Cabinet Secretary said on Tuesday, taking steps to address chronic power shortages that critics say have discouraged investments.

South Sudan bans all foreign workers, including aid staff

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War-torn South Sudan has banned the employment of all foreign workers, including those with non-governmental organisations, and ordered they be replaced by locals, an official notice said on Tuesday.

President Uhuru criticises World for slow response to Ebola outbreak in Africa

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President Uhuru Kenyatta has called for concerted efforts against Ebola, saying the global reaction to the deadly disease would not have been the same if it had happened in Europe or America.

Body of 24-year-old man found floating in River Molo

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A body of a 24-year-old man was Monday found floating in River Molo after he was reported missing a week ago

AP officer gets life imprisonment for defiling 11-year old girl at IDP camp

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An Administration Police (AP) officer has been sentenced to life imprisonment by a Molo court for defiling an 11-year-old girl at an IDP camp.


Govt maps out tourism sites, facilities in bid to tighten security

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The Government has mapped out tourism sites, installations and facilities for distribution of security personnel to boost security in the tourism sector.

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Ruth Odinga refutes claims of divisions with Governor Ranguma

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Deputy Governor Ruth Odinga has refuted claims of having political differences with the Governor, Jack Ranguma, over the relocation of over 1,000 traders at Oile market.


State moves to cut travel costs by 30pc

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The Government will contract few agents to offer travel services to ministries, parastatals and State agencies before the end of the year.


Dutch doctors feared to have Ebola leave hospital

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Two Dutch doctors flown home from west Africa after fears they might have been contaminated with the killer Ebola virus have left hospital "in good health," their employer, the Lion Heart Medical Centre, said Monday.



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