Last Updated: March 5, 2015 12:53


MPs give Boinett green light to be next police boss

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Career spy Joseph Boinett jumped the last major hurdle to becoming Kenya's new IG after the National Assembly and Senate approved a joint committee report recommending his appointment to the position.

Women shouldn't play second fiddle in leadership
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I still do not understand why not a single woman was elected as governor in the March 2013 General Election.

Fire destroys cooling system at Olkaria
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There was a moment of anxiety at KenGen Olkaria plant in Naivasha after one of the power plants burst into flames during maintenance.

Seven VIP Anglo Leasing suspects charged
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A former Cabinet minister now serving as senator and six former senior Government officials, Wednesday became the first batch to stand in the dock in a renewed bid to unravel the multi-billion-shilling Anglo Leasing scandal that goes back many years.

Examination irregularities drop by 22pc
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At least 2,975 candidates were involved examination irregularities in last year's Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE).

Kenyans rely on radios for exam news
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Unlike in the past when parents and candidates would gather around their Television sets to follow live coverage of the release of the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education results, this year's announcement wasn't as widely publicised.

Team approves Boinett for top police job
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A joint committee of the Senate and the National Assembly has approved Joseph Boinett's nomination as Inspector General of Police.

There is still hope for KCSE poor performers
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There is still hope for candidates who did not meet the minimum grades to join university including those who scored an overall E in last year’s examinations, Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi has said.

High Court blocks arrest of Anglo-Leasing suspects
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Efforts by the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) to have two brothers and their father arrested have been thwarted by the High Court.

Businessman Chris Kirubi wants PANG license cancelled
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Billionaire businessman Chris Kirubi Tuesday told House Committee on Energy and Communications that PANG license should be cancelled.

Africa celebrates Africa Environment day, burn ivory
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Africa Celebrates Africa Environment Day and Life of Wangari Maathai Celebrations to mark this year’s Africa Environment Day and Wangari Maathai Day commenced with the burning of 15 tonnes of contraband ivory by Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta at Nairobi National Park, with 1,000 guests in attendance, including the African Union Commissioner, Cabinet Secretaries, the United Nations and members of the international community.

Parliament committee approves nomination of Boinett as Inspector General of Police
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The two House committees for the Senate and the National Assembly which met jointly to vet Joseph Boinett for the post of Inspector General of Police on Tuesday approved the intelligence officer's nomination to the post.

7 per cent of students admitted in 2011 dropped out
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Out of the 521,601 students admitted in secondary school in 2011, almost 38,000 (7.8 per cent) dropped out, statistics by the Kenya National Examinations Council have shown.

Parallels between Standard Group raid and current digital migration stand-off
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The coincidence could not have been more poignant. Exactly nine years and one day ago, a group of masked gunmen raided KTN offices and switched off transmission.

Nyeri Governor discharged from hospital, to resume duties
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Governor Nderitu Gachagua, who has been undergoing treatment in the UK, has been discharged from hospital and is expected back in the country in the next 10 days.