Last Updated: January 26, 2015 08:52

University students cancel protest over Helb money

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A planned protest by university students over a delay to release Higher Education Loan Board (HELB) money has been postponed.

Uhuru takes on Keter as MP risks losing seat over insults

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The political future of Nandi Hills MP Alfred Keter is in the balance after President Uhuru Kenyatta backed his prosecution after the legislator was captured on video threatening officials over trucks impounded at the Gilgil weighbridge.

Scandals haunt State amid claims of fruitless probes

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The Government is fighting off the claim that it has been slow to prosecute individuals linked to mega-corruption scandals, some going back nearly 30 years, even as new cases are added to the pile.

Helb promises to release students’ loan by Tuesday

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A meeting between Higher Education Loans Board officials and Education Principal Secretary Belio Kipsang over disbursement of loans to students, agreed that allocations to all successful students would be completed by this morning.

Swazuri colluding with Kenyatta University to take our land, squatters claim

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Six Jubilee MPs have waded into the controversy over 70 acres in Nairobi that are the subject of a dispute between a public university and 18,000 squatters.


Sh7.6b Triton oil scandal still remains unresolved

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The 2008 Triton Oil Company scandal remains one of the country's biggest and recent corruption cases that are yet to be concluded.


Jubilee Alliance Party savours success in nominations

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The Jubilee Alliance Party (JAP) conducted its first ever primaries and Patrick Tutui was picked as the party's flag bearer in the forthcoming Kajiado Central by-election.

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Father of 23 goes back to school, 36 years later

  Comments - 9 hours ago
When Colin Powell said a dream doesn’t become reality through magic, that it takes sweat, determination and hard work, he might as well have had Phillip Chepsoi in mind.


Kenya Power mulls outsourcing meter reading to increase revenue

  Comments - 9 hours ago
Kenya Power plans to outsource the entire metering process as part of its strategy to enhance service delivery to customers and increase revenue.


Greek party opposed to austerity wins historic election

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Greek anti-austerity party Syriza on Sunday won a historic election promising to alter the course of austerity in Europe, but with 80 percent of votes counted it was short of an outright majority.


African Nations Cup: Equatorial Guinea advance with 2-0 win over Gabon

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Equatorial Guinea reached the African Nations Cup quarter-finals after second-half goals by Javier Balboa and substitute Iban Salvador gave them a 2-0 win over Gabon in a pulsating Group A clash on Sunday.


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