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  • This newspaper headline is just bar talk – IEBC
    NAIROBI, Kenya, Apr 21 – The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has dismissed as ‘mundane bar talk’ the headline story by the Sunday Nation which claimed to reveal intrigues of last year’s General Election. In a statement…
    2 hours ago 21 Apr 14, 8:54am
  • No crimes reported in Nairobi over Easter – Police
    NAIROBI, Kenya, Apr 21 – The Police say that there have been no incidences of reported crime over the Easter Holidays, within Nairobi. Nairobi Police Boss, Benson Kibui told Capital FM News on Monday that no robberies, muggings or crime of any kind…
    2 hours ago 21 Apr 14, 8:26am
  • Obama on mission to quiet Asia skeptics
    WASHINGTON, April 21- Five years after refashioning US foreign policy to emphasize Asia, President Barack Obama will face questions over his strategy’s content and staying power in the region this week. Obama will counter the impression that events…
    8 hours ago 21 Apr 14, 2:41am
  • Four more crew detained over S. Korea ferry disaster
    SEOUL, April 21- South Korean prosecutors Monday detained four more crew members in a widening investigation into a ferry disaster that left hundreds missing, presumed dead, local media reported. Yonhap news agency cited prosecutors as saying three o…
    8 hours ago 21 Apr 14, 2:31am
  • Malaysia Airlines jet in emergency landing after tyre bursts
    KUALA LUMPUR, April 21- A Malaysia Airlines plane with 166 people aboard was forced to make an emergency landing in Kuala Lumpur early Monday in another blow to the flag-carrier’s safety image after the loss of flight MH370. Flight MH192, bound for…
    8 hours ago 21 Apr 14, 2:28am
  • Uhuru to leave Monday for State visit to Qatar
    NAIROBI, Kenya, Apr 20 – President Uhuru Kenyatta is set to embark on a three-day state visit to Qatar on Monday accompanied by First Lady Margaret Kenyatta. During the visit, the President will meet His Highness the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim Bin…
    1 day ago 20 Apr 14, 8:02am
  • COTU plans on Labour Day venues inconsequential -PUSETU
    NAIROBI, Kenya, Apr 20 – The Federation of Public Service Trade Unions (PUSETU) now says that the move by the Central Organisation of Trade Unions (COTU) to book all the venues ahead of the Labour Day celebrations is inconsequential. Speaking to Ca…
    1 day ago 20 Apr 14, 7:30am
  • Man stabs five in Kisumu including his child
    NAIROBI, Kenya Apr 20 – Residents of Nyalenda slums in Kisumu woke up to a shock on Sunday morning when a man stabbed five people including his wife and kid. Local residents say the man who had separated with his wife stormed their home and demande…
    1 day ago 20 Apr 14, 7:08am
  • Pope leads Easter celebrations marred by Ukraine
    VATICAN CITY, Apr 20 – Pope Francis celebrated Easter mass on Sunday with a message of social solidarity as the world’s Orthodox marked a holiday marred by bitter divisions over Ukraine and clashes broke out in Jerusalem. Francis led the ceremony…
    1 day ago 20 Apr 14, 5:13am
  • Saudi woman defies driving ban, husband fined
    RIYADH, Apr 20 – A Saudi woman defied the kingdom’s ban on female driving, getting behind the wheel of her husband’s car before police detained the couple and fined the man, a newspaper said Sunday. The 23-year-old woman was caught driving on T…
    1 day ago 20 Apr 14, 5:06am

NTV

From grass to grace; needy family receives a 3 bedroom house from area MCAThe 2014 Easter holiday brought good tidings to a poor family in Kisii. Evans Mogaka who was living in a one bedroom grass thatched house together with his f...
4 hours ago 21 Apr 14, 6:52am
Lamu county sets up a mission for the preservation of its monuments and Heritage sitesLamu County set up a mission to ensure that all its monuments and Heritage sites were preserved. This came after Lamu old town was listed on the 2014 World M...
4 hours ago 21 Apr 14, 6:46am
Traffic offenders operating non-compliant PSVs nabbed in Kilifi traffic operationEighteen public service vehicles were held at the Malindi police station after a successful road traffic operation that would continue even after the Easter ...
4 hours ago 21 Apr 14, 6:38am
CORD politics: ODM asked to back Kalonzo for the 2017 presidencyThe Wiper Democratic Movement asked its coalition partner ODM to support Kalonzo Musyoka for the 2017 presidency. The leaders also asked majority leader in t...
4 hours ago 21 Apr 14, 6:33am
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Daily Nation

allAfrica Kenya News

  • Cotu Plans On Labour Day Venues Inconsequential - Pusetu
    [Capital FM]Nairobi -The Federation of Public Service Trade Unions (PUSETU) now says that the move by the Central Organisation of Trade Unions (COTU) to book all the venues ahead of the Labour Day celebrations is inconsequential.
    1 hour ago 21 Apr 14, 9:27am
  • Uhuru to Leave Monday for State Visit to Qatar
    [Capital FM]Nairobi -President Uhuru Kenyatta is set to embark on a three-day state visit to Qatar on Monday accompanied by First Lady Margaret Kenyatta.
    1 hour ago 21 Apr 14, 9:25am
  • Man Stabs Five in Kisumu Including His Child
    [Capital FM]Nairobi -Residents of Nyalenda slums in Kisumu woke up to a shock on Sunday morning when a man stabbed five people including his wife and kid.
    1 hour ago 21 Apr 14, 9:25am
  • Coffee Farmers Protest Levy
    [The Star]KERICHO Coffee farmers have objected to the Sh30,000 annual levy imposed on all pulping stations. At least 100 farmers' representatives who met at Emmanuel Africa Gospel Church hall in Kericho town on Thursday said the new levy is "robbery…
    1 hour ago 21 Apr 14, 9:19am
  • Eldoret Churches Paying More for Security
    [The Star]CHURCHES in Eldoret are now paying more money for security because of increased crime. Catholic Bishop Cornelius Korir and his ACK counterpart Christopher Ruto said they have been forced to hire security firms and have armed police all the…
    1 hour ago 21 Apr 14, 9:19am
  • Bamburi, Kenya Cup Fixtures Changed
    [The Star]Kenya Rugby Union have made slight changes to the upcoming Bamburi Super Series and Kenya Cup fixtures. The 2014 BRSS, which will now be chaired by KRU vice chairman Philip Jalang'o will kick off as scheduled on Saturday in Kampala and will…
    1 hour ago 21 Apr 14, 9:19am
  • Pipeline and Prisons Win Openers At the Africa Club Champs
    [The Star]Kenya Pipeline and Kenya won their respective opening matches on the first day of the 2014 CAVB African Women's Club Championships in Carthage, Tunisia.
    1 hour ago 21 Apr 14, 9:19am
  • 68 Aliens Arrested in Busia As War On Terror Intensifies
    [The Star]68 suspected aliens arrested in Busia over the weekend are expected to appear in court tomorrow. Busia County Commissioner Isaiah Nakoru says most of them didn't have identification.
    1 hour ago 21 Apr 14, 9:19am
  • Cotu Opposes FKE's Push for Production Based Wage System
    [The Star]The Central Organisation of Trade Unions has dismissed calls for a productivity based system of remunerating workers. COTU said the Salaries and Remuneration Commission and Federation of Kenya Employers are championing to scrap the current…
    1 hour ago 21 Apr 14, 9:19am
  • This Is for Odindo
    [The Star]UPPER HILL trounced Mang'u 67-33 in the Kenya Secondary School Games boys' basketball final at Shimo La Tewa and immediately dedicated their victory to their former player Adrian Odindo who died last week.
    1 hour ago 21 Apr 14, 9:19am
  • Kwanza Cop Shoots Self
    [The Star]A police officer shot himself in Trans Nzoia on Friday. Area police boss Lillian Okembo said constable John Maina was attached to Kolongolo police station in Kwanza district. Maina shot himself in the head with his G3 rifle.
    1 hour ago 21 Apr 14, 9:19am
  • Facebook Group Visits Bomet Kids
    [The Star]MEMBERS of Facebook group yesterday visited Umoja Children's home at Kipkoi in Bomet Central. They donated food worth more than Sh250,000.
    1 hour ago 21 Apr 14, 9:19am
  • Civil Rights Group to Investigate Five Deaths
    [The Star]A civil society group will carry out independent documentation over the murder of five youths who were found dead in Tagwa forest last week. Inform Action Mt Kenya region field director Samuel Wandimi said they have started independent inve…
    1 hour ago 21 Apr 14, 9:19am
  • Malnutrition High in Tharaka Nithi County
    [The Star]25 percent of children below five years in Tharaka Nithi County suffer from malnutrition, a record higher than Turkana County, according to the latest nutrition assessment carried out by the Red Cross. Gitonga Mugambi from the Red Cross say…
    1 hour ago 21 Apr 14, 9:19am
  • Loans for Women to Be Vetted
    [The Star]THE Embu county has launched an organisation that will protect women from exploitation by money lending institutions. Gender executive Pamela Kiarie said the organisation is called Local Credit Reference. He said the organisation will overs…
    1 hour ago 21 Apr 14, 9:19am
  • 281 Refugees Transferred Back to Camps
    [Capital FM]Nairobi -The government has transferred 281 refugees from Nairobi to Dadaab and Kakuma refugee camps in the last two days.
    1 hour ago 21 Apr 14, 9:19am
  • Police Must Uphold Basic Rights in Swoop
    [The Star]"Those are not people to be arrested. Why take them to court when they have killed? Who is going to be the witness? Can the dead be resurrected to testify? Let's be fair - when such people are caught, let them be finished on the spot"
    1 hour ago 21 Apr 14, 9:19am
  • Ethnic Imbalance in Nairobi County Jobs
    [The Star]A report tabled by the Nairobi assembly Labour and Social Welfare Committee on Thursday revealed that the appointment of county managers did not meet ethnic and regional balance requirements.
    1 hour ago 21 Apr 14, 9:19am
  • Ex-Deputy Mayor Dies in Nairobi
    [The Star]FORMER Nyeri deputy mayor Grace Wanyeki is dead. Wanyeki, who was a veteran politician, died at a Nairobi hospital on Saturday morning after a long illness. She was the confidant of Nyeri Town MP Esther Murugi. Wanyeki served as the Central…
    1 hour ago 21 Apr 14, 9:19am
  • Student to Sell Kidney for His College Fees
    [The Star]A student from Suna West constituency has opted to sell his kidney to raise money to join college. Philip Odhiambo, who sat his KCSE examination and got a grade of B- at Sagero Mixed Secondary School four years ago, said he is ready to sell…
    1 hour ago 21 Apr 14, 9:19am
  • MPs Carry the Day in Kiambu Finance Act Row
    [The Star]Score: MPs Kigo Njenga, Francis Munyua, Alice Ng?ang?a and Kimani Ichung?wa address the press outside the Thika CID offices in January
    1 hour ago 21 Apr 14, 9:19am
  • Two MCAs Ask State for Bodyguards and Guns
    [The Star]Two MCAs have called on the national government to give them firearms or bodyguards like other national leaders. Mwavumbo Mwatate ward representative Anthony Lukuni and his Kinango counterpart Salim Awadh said they are not safe and should b…
    1 hour ago 21 Apr 14, 9:19am
  • MP Seeks to Change Law On Municipalities
    [The Star]The more than 40 declassified municipalities in the country could be back if a bill to amend the Urban Areas and Cities Act 2011 is passed by the National Assembly.
    1 hour ago 21 Apr 14, 9:18am
  • Refigah to Spend Sh3.5 Million in Splash Wedding
    [The Star]GRANDPA Records creative director Yusuf Noah aka Refigah is set to splash in excess of Sh3.5 million in the wedding with his long-time girlfriend Mahadia Omar. The three-day ceremony will be held in Ngong and Nairobi next month.
    1 hour ago 21 Apr 14, 9:18am
  • 'Pocket' Opticians Could Change Kenyan Eye Care
    [The Star]Recent findings by the World Health Organisation show that around 40 million people in the world are blind and more than 250 million suffer from visual impairments.
    2 hours ago 21 Apr 14, 9:15am
  • Lamu to Set Up Tourism Information Centre
    [The Star]THE Kenya Airports Authority will partner with the Lamu tourism department to set up an information centre at the Manda Airport. During a press briefing at the Lamu House Hotel yesterday, Tourism executive Samia Omar said the main purpose o…
    2 hours ago 21 Apr 14, 9:15am
  • Lawmaker Tells Voters to Register
    [The Star]RARIEDA MP Nicholas Gumbo has launched a voter education exercise in his constituency. On Saturday, Gumbo toured local beaches to educate residents on the importance of having national IDs. He said this will boost voter registration as well…
    2 hours ago 21 Apr 14, 9:15am
  • Diani Is Safe, Chief Tells Tourists
    [The Star]SECURITY officials in Kwale county have assured locals and visitors of Msambweni subcounty that Diani town is now safe and calm.
    2 hours ago 21 Apr 14, 9:15am
  • Somalis Trapped in 'Catch-22' Amid Crackdown On Refugees
    [AI London]Somali refugees and asylum-seekers living in Kenya are being trapped in a catch-22 situation by the government's counter-terrorism crackdown, Amnesty International said as thousands of Somalis continued to be rounded up by security forces…
    7 hours ago 21 Apr 14, 4:07am
  • The Best News of the Week
    [The Star]In a launch which did not get the publicity it fully deserves, the proprietors of the Village Market shopping mall complex announced mid-week, that they will be expanding their landmark investment starting next month.
    8 hours ago 21 Apr 14, 2:19am

Citizen TV

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Sunday Live Interview on Religion and Insecurity
17 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 6:04pm
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Biashara Zanoga Katika Maombi Ya Nabii OwourHuku waumini wa kanisa la Toba na utakatifu wakihudhuria ibaada kwa siku ya pili inayoongozwa na nabii David Owuor, katika eneo la Eldoret Sports Club, wanabiashara jijini Eldoret walichukua...
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KBC

  • More illegal immigrants to be deported
    By KBC Reporter/Sources At least 100 more illegal immigrants arrested over the Easter weekend are set to deported by the government Security officials said more than 200 immigrants will be taken back to refugee camps. Those scheduled for deportation…
    26 mins ago 21 Apr 14, 10:21am
  • Prisons win second match against Bejaia
    By Karanja David Africa women volleyball champions Kenya Prisons won their second match by three straight sets against Bejaia in the ongoing World Club Championship qualifiers at the Carthage city in  Tunisia.   The defending champions defeated Bej…
    1 hour ago 21 Apr 14, 9:36am
  • Ugandan Ssegwanyi stars at Chess rated category
    By Buckley Fetha   Ugandan Arthur Ssegwanyi lifted this year’s East African Chess festival title for the FIDE rated players after beating his opponents in the final round of matches played today at the Kenyatta University. Ssegwanyi pocketed the 1…
    1 hour ago 21 Apr 14, 9:29am
  • MP killed by car bomb in Somalia
    By BBC A Somali MP has been killed by a car bomb in the capital, Mogadishu, officials say.   Islamist group al-Shabab told Reuters news agency it was behind the attack on MP Isak Mohamed Rino.   Another MP, Mohamed Ali, was wounded in the blast, wh…
    2 hours ago 21 Apr 14, 9:15am
  • Parliament reopens Tuesday
    By Kevin Wachira The National Assembly reopens Tuesday after a two week recess, to a full in-tray. Top on the agenda is debate on the division of revenue bill 2014 which was tabled just before the recess. The bill sets to raise county allocation from…
    5 hours ago 21 Apr 14, 6:05am
  • Nyachae defends proposed fresh registration
    By Simon Achola Constitution implementation commission chairperson Charles Nyachae has termed the proposed digital registration of persons as a routine procedure that is within the law. Nyachae is however advising the government to consult widely wit…
    6 hours ago 21 Apr 14, 5:04am
  • Japan’s trade deficit quadruples
    By BBC Japan’s trade deficit quadrupled in March as export growth slowed and energy imports continued to rise. A weak Japanese currency, which pushed up the cost of imports, also contributed to the widening gap. The deficit rose to 1.45 trillion ye…
    6 hours ago 21 Apr 14, 4:53am
  • Boston set for emotional Marathon
    By BBC Thousands of runners are preparing to take part in an emotional Boston Marathon amid unprecedented security. In last year’s race two bombs exploded near the finish line, killing three people and wounding more than 260. But the attack has not…
    6 hours ago 21 Apr 14, 4:44am
  • MH370 hunt ‘still drawing blank’
    By BBC A submarine scanning the ocean floor for signs of a missing Malaysian airliner is two-thirds of the way through its search but has yet to find the plane, officials say. The Bluefin-21 submarine was to embark on its ninth search mission on Mond…
    7 hours ago 21 Apr 14, 4:14am
  • President Uhuru to begin state visit to Qatar
    President Uhuru Kenyatta and First Lady Margaret Kenyatta will Monday begin a three-day state visit to Qatar. The President will meet His Highness the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani, and senior government officials of the State of Qat…
    7 hours ago 21 Apr 14, 3:49am

News24 Kenya

The People

  • Why unity of purpose is key in war on terror
    By ROSE WANJIKU The ongoing security operation to flush out illegal immigrants, which some people feel is targeting the Somali community, exposes our hypocrisy and greed as a country.   Undeniably, thousand of immigrants are in the country illegal…
    4 hours ago 21 Apr 14, 6:56am
  • Car bomb kills Somali MP en route to security conference
    Mogadishu, Somalia A Somali lawmaker was killed and another was injured when a bomb hidden in their car exploded while they were headed to a conference on security, officials said. Parliamentarian Isack Mohamed Ali, popularly known as Isak Rino, was…
    5 hours ago 21 Apr 14, 5:56am
  • Blow for Oliech as AC Ajaccio relegated
    Striker Dennis Oliech will have to do with second tier football in France next season after his club AC Ajaccio were relegated on Sunday on going down 2-1 to Bastia. It is the third time that a club the former Kenyan captain is playing for has been…
    6 hours ago 21 Apr 14, 5:06am
  • Malaysia Airlines jet in emergency landing after tyre bursts
    KUALA LUMPUR, Monday A Malaysia Airlines plane with 166 people aboard was forced to make an emergency landing in Kuala Lumpur early Monday in another blow to the flag-carrier’s safety image after the loss of flight MH370. Flight MH192, bound for B…
    6 hours ago 21 Apr 14, 4:53am
  • Editorial cartoon
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    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Rift claims in Energy ministry dismissed
    By BRIAN NGUGI  @brian_ngugi Energy and Petroleum Cabinet Secretary Davis Chirchir is on the spot regarding the  extension of a contract to the chief executive of State owned fuel marketer, National Oil Corporation of Kenya (NOCK).  Apart from …
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Energy tops agenda list as President Uhuru visits Qatar
    By PSCU President Uhuru Kenyatta and First Lady Margaret Kenyatta are today scheduled to begin a three-day state visit to Qatar. The President will meet  the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad al Thani, and senior government officials of the Sta…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Boston legend Tanui exudes confidence
    By EMMANUEL SABUNI  @sabunisop Double Boston Marathon winner Moses Tanui has praised the stellar line-up that will compete today (Monday) as one of the best ever on course that can be compared to that of 2011. Kenyans taking part in the event today…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Ex-MP threatens to decamp from ODM over direct ticket
    By ROBERT OCHORO Former Bonchari MP Charles Onyancha has threatened to decamp to another party if the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) denies him a direct ticket to vie for the area’s by-election slated for June 23. Speaking to the The People on p…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Kamau to face court over night travel ban on public transport
    By PAUL MUHOHO Transport Cabinet Secretary  Micheal Kamau risks punishment for sanctioning the enforcement of the illegal night travel ban imposed on Public Service Vehicles (PSV) since  last year’s Christmas holiday. Kamau is required to explai…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm

K24

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4 hours ago 21 Apr 14, 7:10am
Othaya Campaigns Heat UpTNA candidate for the Othaya parliamentary seat Mary Wambui, on Sunday took her campaigns to Kihuri in Othaya ahead of the April 29th by-election. She was accompanied by a host of TNA MPs...
4 hours ago 21 Apr 14, 7:06am
2 People Die In Nakuru Inferno2 people died and their bodies burnt beyond recognition following an early morning fire that engulfed their home in Nakuru's Mukinyai Estate. Attempts by neighbors to rescue the 2 victims,...
4 hours ago 21 Apr 14, 7:05am
New Digital Registration Is For The Common GoodAs the row over the impending digital registration exercise rages on, Constitution Implementation Commission chairman Charles Nyachae has welcomed the governments' move to have all Kenyans...
4 hours ago 21 Apr 14, 7:03am

The Star

  • MCA's bill proposes youth fund for Kiambu
    YOUNG people in Kiambu will soon have access to affordable credit facilities from the county government if a bill seeking to establish a fund is passed. The bill by the Thika Hospital ward representative Mwangi wa Mwangi seeks to establish the Kiamb…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Pipeline and Prisons win openers at the Africa Club champs
    Kenya Pipeline and Kenya won their respective opening matches on the first day of the 2014 CAVB African Women’s Club Championships in Carthage, Tunisia. Pipeline who are six-time winners needed 48 minutes to dismiss Rwandese Patriotic Army (APR) 3…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Student to sell kidney for his college fees
    A student from Suna West constituency has opted to sell his kidney to raise money to join college. Philip Odhiambo, who sat his KCSE examination and got a grade of B- at Sagero Mixed Secondary School four years ago, said he is ready to sell his vita…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • High input costs force producers to review prices
    PRODUCER prices in the country increased by 0.47 per cent during the first quarter of the year driven by high cost of manufacturing beverages and chemicals. Data from the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics shows that under beverages the producer pr…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Sugar industry staff threaten strike over cheap imports
    Sugar factory workers have threatened to hold a strike following an influx of duty free imports. The Kenya Union of Sugar Plantation and Allied Workers secretary general Francis Wangara asked the government to stop the illegal imports posing a serio…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • MCA leads Nduva in demolition
    RESIDENTS of Nduva village in Embu West subcounty have uprooted a perimeter fence around allegedly grabbed public land. Led by their ward representative Michael Njeru they said a private developer grabbed the land. On Saturday, the residents said th…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Kitui bhang cultivator arrested
    POLICE in Matinyani district, Kitui County have arrested the owner of a bhang plantation discovered on Saturday. Matinyani police boss David Ruto described the 42-year-old man as “a notorious bhang cultivator and peddler” who evades police dragn…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Lawmaker tells voters to register
    RARIEDA MP Nicholas Gumbo has launched a voter education exercise in his constituency. On Saturday, Gumbo toured local beaches to educate residents on the importance of having national IDs. He said this will boost voter registration as well as ensur…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • SECURITY CHIEFS HAVE LET UHURU DOWN - RAILA
    FORMER Prime Minister Raila Odinga has said President Uhuru Kenyatta is being misled by his security advisors and should crack the whip. "My advise to the President is that he needs to take decisive action so that he can put his house in order so th…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • FKE says work permit delays hurting investors
    THE Federation of Kenya Employers has called on the government to speed up the issuance of work permits to genuine applicants. FKE executive director Jacqueline Mugo said the delay interferes with the operations of many firms especially in the flowe…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Arrested Ethiopians shielded by APs
    Corrupt police officers manning road blocks and boarder points helped the 65 illegal Ethiopian immigrants arrested at a guest house in Ruiru to travel from Moyale to Nairobi. Information obtained from one of the two Kenyans arrested together with th…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Wetang'ula wants digital registration in counties
    CORD principal Moses Wetang'ula has said the proposed digital registration of all Kenyans should be carried out at the county level. Wetangula accused the government of lacking the capacity to handle the registration. He said it is a precursor for r…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Matatu accident ends couple's wedding plans
    IT was to be the flight of a lifetime to Belgium for 27-year-old Winnie Sigu. She left Eldoret in a joyous mood heading to Nairobi for her journey to meet her fiance in Belgium where they were to make marriage plans. But as fate would have it, Winni…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Loans for women to be vetted
    THE Embu county has launched an organisation that will protect women from exploitation by money lending institutions. Gender executive Pamela Kiarie said the organisation is called Local Credit Reference. He said the organisation will oversee operat…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Ethnic imbalance in Nairobi county jobs
    A report tabled by the Nairobi assembly Labour and Social Welfare Committee on Thursday revealed that the appointment of county managers did not meet ethnic and regional balance requirements. Nairobi South MCA Manoah Mboku had requested a statement…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Speeding lorry kills cyclist
    A cyclist was killed by a speeding lorry on the Nairobi-Nakuru highway on Saturday. Jack Mwaura, a witness, said the cyclist was heading to Mai Mahiu from Naivasha. “The lorry hit him from behind seriously injuring him and he was rushed to Kijabe…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Embu police probe state fuel racket
    POLICE in Embu have unearthed a syndicate in which government drivers sell fuel to a private dealer. Police say the illegal dealer, at Tebere village on the Embu- Nyeri road, has also been buying fuel from drivers of private company vehicles. Detect…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Elephant injures boy, 12, in Laikipia attack
    A 12-year-old boy is recuperating at Nyahururu District Hospital after he was attacked by an elephant. Charles Wanjohi was taken to hospital in critical condition by his relatives and residents of Shamanei in Laikipia West after the Friday attack. T…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • ICC Is Looking For A Fight With State
    A few weeks ago the International Criminal Court ruled that the Kenyan government must get the eight witnesses who have changed their minds about testifying in William Ruto’s case, force them to testify, and protect them before, during and after t…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Kenya's energy sector investors to get AfDB soft loans
    The African Development Bank has said Kenyan manufacturers will benefit from concessional funds in order to develop industries for supplying components to the renewable energy sector. In its annual report titled 'Climate Investment Funds 2013', the…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Baptist church to construct university
    A new university is set to be unveiled in Kenya this year. Bishop Joseph Maisha of Ushindi Baptist Church said Ushindi Baptist Universities. Campuses will be built at Kinango in Kwale and Taita Taveta counties. Maisha was speaking at the Baptist Hig…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Muslim top brass to snub Naivasha talks
    MUSLIM leaders have distanced themselves from a planned weekend retreat to discuss youth radicalisation. Leaders from the National Muslim Leaders Forum, Supreme Council of Kenya Muslims , the Council of Imams and Preachers of Kenya, and the Muslim p…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Kericho MCAs reject Red Cross ambulances
    KENYA Red Cross Society secretary general Abbas Gullet’s attempts to intervene in a standoff between Kericho Governor Paul Chepkwony and MCAs over the hire of ambulances from the organisation has hit a snag. Gullet said the governor urged him to h…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Bamburi, Kenya Cup fixtures changed
    Kenya Rugby Union have made slight changes to the upcoming Bamburi Super Series and Kenya Cup fixtures. The 2014 BRSS, which will now be chaired by KRU vice chairman Philip Jalang’o will kick off as scheduled on Saturday in Kampala and will contin…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Gumbo tells Kajwang to keep off Rarieda
    RARIEDA MP Nicholas Gumbo has told Homa Bay Senator Otieno Kajwang to keep off his constituency. On Saturday, Gumbo told his constituents not to welcome Kajwang in his backyard. Gumbo said Kajwang is to blame for the defeat suffered by Cord leader R…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Man stabs and cuts five people including his wife and daughter
    A man in Nyalenda Estate in Kisumu town has stabbed and cut five people. Among those stabbed are his wife and a daughter. Neighbours said the man, a cobbler, has been quarrelling with his wife daily. A neighbour, Edward Mito, said the man picked a q…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Mombasa to make Sh12bn new budget
    THE Mombasa government has proposed a Sh12.3 billion budget estimates for the 2014-15 financial year. County chief finance officer Abdulwahab Mbarak yesterday told the Star that the Sh12,307,628,936 budget is subject to change after the public budge…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Duale defends remark on swoop
    MAJORITY Leader in Parliament Aden Duale has defended his comments on security operations. Duale said political attacks on him are uncalled for and will not silence him. He was speaking on Saturday at the Garissa Mustagbal University. Duale said it…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • 'Pocket' opticians could change Kenyan eye care
    Recent findings by the World Health Organisation show that around 40 million people in the world are blind and more than 250 million suffer from visual impairments. Out of these, four out of five cases are not only preventable but can also be treate…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Ex-deputy mayor dies in Nairobi
    FORMER Nyeri deputy mayor Grace Wanyeki is dead. Wanyeki, who was a veteran politician, died at a Nairobi hospital on Saturday morning after a long illness. She was the confidant of Nyeri Town MP Esther Murugi. Wanyeki served as the Central provinci…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Kenya Australia Alumni Association reception
    The Australian high commissioner Geoff Tooth welcomed back on Tuesday evening, Kenyans who recently graduated from Australian universities at a reception hosted at his Muthaiga residence. The event was also organised to mark the first anniversary of…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Moi Referral retraining 800 nurses
    THE Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital is retraining 800 nurses and other health workers on the safety of patients. This is meant to eliminate mistakes in treatment and handling of patients. The hospital has partnered with the GIZ Health Sector Prog…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • MCAs plan to impeach Vihiga PSB
    VIHIGA MCAs are planning to impeach the county public service board for alleged incompetence and partisan approach in its dealings. County assembly majority chief whip Abdalla Chogo yesterday said he will move a motion to disband the board when the…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Kilifi police probe cash for baby deal
    POLICE in Kilifi town are investigating the case in which a one-year-old baby was mauled by dogs on a poultry farm in Shariani village. This follows claims by human rights organisations that the agreement signed between the child’s parents and the…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • City Shuttle in row over space
    The City Shuttle bus management is facing an inhouse crisis that has lead to some of its staff being threatened with death. One of its stage managers at the Ambassador stage was threatened by a key partner in the City Shuttle Sacco. Pascal Ochieng',…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Widow cries for property
    Mombasa A widow wants the government to help her recover her husband’s estate, claiming she has been swindled. Joy Nadzua Bellhouse presented papers in a Mombasa court to show that she is the sole administrator of James Bellhouse’s property wort…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • We Must Do More To Beef Up Security
    Police are investigating how 65 illegal Ethiopian immigrants sneaked into Ruiru and booked into a guesthouse without being detected amid the nationwide crackdown on illegal visitors and terrorism. The large party of men arrived on Tuesday night in a…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • EACC urged to probe funds misuse
    THE Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission has been told to probe government agencies that misuse taxpayers’ money. Christian Warrior Prayer Centre Bishop Rashid Nanjira welcomed the announcement by EACC boss Mumo Matemo that county governments are…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Gachagua to launch free Wi-Fi for Nyeri
    NYERI residents will soon get free Wi-Fi. Governor Nderitu Gachagua said the Wi-Fi will be launched at Whispers Park in town. This comes only a month after Nakuru county introduced similar services. Speaking at the Nyeri assembly during the state of…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • This is for Odindo
    UPPER HILL trounced Mang’u 67-33 in the Kenya Secondary School Games boys’ basketball final at Shimo La Tewa and immediately dedicated their victory to their former player Adrian Odindo who died last week. Upper Hill won the title for the second…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • How To Prevent War Outbreak In Ukraine
    On one hand, eastern Ukraine appears to be slipping out of the government’s control, as pro-Russian groups seize control of official buildings in big eastern cities like Donetsk and Luhansk and demand referendums on union with Russia. They almost…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Refigah to spend Sh3.5m in splash wedding
    GRANDPA Records creative director Yusuf Noah aka Refigah is set to splash in excess of Sh3.5 million in the wedding with his long-time girlfriend Mahadia Omar . The three-day ceremony will be held in Ngong and Nairobi next month. The nuptials are sc…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Kalonzo disagrees with Mutambu on counties bill
    Wiper Democratic Movement leader Kalonzo Musyoka yesterday clashed with Mwingi Central MP Joe Mutambu over his bill to reduce the number of counties. Kalonzo said it has taken the country more than 20 years to achieve the new constitution and devolu…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • K'ogalo in semis
    Gor Mahia secured their place in the semi-finals of the Kenya Premier League Top 8 knockout tournament with a gritty 2-1 win over hard fighting Thika United at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos. Prolific Ugandan striker Danny Serunkuma rifled Gor int…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • MPs carry the day in Kiambu Finance Act row
    Last week’s ruling by the High Court declaring the Kiambu County Finance Bill null and void has dealt a big blow to Governor William Kabogo and MCAs. The ruling vindicated county MPs who had protested against the bill pitting them against Kabogo a…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Royal Nairobi topple former champions Muthaiga to recupture Tannahill Shield
    After six years of waiting, hosts Royal Nairobi were crowned the 2014 Tannahill Shield Easter winners yesterday. The hosts spearheaded by Jay Sandhu garnered 49 points to end multiple champion Muthaiga’s five successive wins. Muthaiga, who shared…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Middle Income Economy status May Be A Fallacy
    In September Kenya will become a middle income country – so it was recently announced. This will be so after the economists rebase the national accounts i.e. change the base year which was used to calculate the current national accounts. Will Keny…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • KFS nets cedar logs in Narok
    The Kenya Forest Service yesterday impounded 500 red cedar posts and five tonnes of timber worth about Sh1.3 million en route from Mau Forest to Kisii. The owner of the cargo, which was seized at Eor Ekule on the Narok-Mai Mahiu road, was arrested w…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Tight security as Owuor winds up Eldoret rallies
    Security had been heightened in Eldoret town for Prophet David Owuor's Easter rally The rally attracted people from Europe, Uganda, Tanzania and Rwanda. Police had a hard time screening thousands of people who thronged the Eldoret Sports Club for th…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Human rights workshop starts in city tomorrow
    Civil society organisations will tomorrow begin a five-day training workshop on human rights. The training has been organised ahead of the next round of the United Nations Human Rights Commission’s Universal Periodic Review, which will run for a y…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Valuable Easter lessons for KOT
    It is my hope that you had a restful Easter weekend and the risen Lord has blessed you with a new beginning in whatever sphere of your life that needed a new awakening. Now if you are reading this a little puzzled, wondering what does that long week…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Western MPs oppose sale of sugar firms
    Politicians from Western have opposed plans by the government to sell parastatals in the region. They said the move is a plot by the government to dispose the companies and impoverish the region. MPs John Waluke (Sirisia) and Chris Wamalwa (Kiminini…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • MP seeks to change law on municipalities
    The more than 40 declassified municipalities in the country could be back if a bill to amend the Urban Areas and Cities Act 2011 is passed by the National Assembly. The municipalities were declassified by the Act. Malindi MP Dan Kazungu said the ame…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Kuria slams Cord over registration
    A Jubilee alliance strategist has dismissed the opposition as hypocritical for dismissing the government’s plan to register Kenyans afresh. In a statement to newsrooms, Jubilee political strategist Moses Kuria yesterday said the claims by Cord “…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • 22 MCAs seek Embu residents blessings for re-impeachment of Wambora
    some 22 Embu MCAs seeking to re-impeach Governor Martin Wambora want the residents’ support. Last Saturday, the MCAs addressed a public rally where they explained to the residents the necessity of supporting their move as it is the only way they w…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Student to sell kidney for his college fees
    A student from Suna West constituency has opted to sell his kidney to raise money to join college. Philip Odhiambo, who sat his KCSE examination and got a grade of B- at Sagero Mixed Secondary School four years ago, said he is ready to sell his vita…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Police Must Uphold Basic Rights In Swoop
    “Those are not people to be arrested. Why take them to court when they have killed? Who is going to be the witness? Can the dead be resurrected to testify? Let’s be fair – when such people are caught, let them be finished on the spot” With t…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Civil rights group to investigate five deaths
    A civil society group will carry out independent documentation over the murder of five youths who were found dead in Tagwa forest last week. Inform Action Mt Kenya region field director Samuel Wandimi said they have started independent investigation…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Kwanza cop shoots self
    A police officer shot himself in Trans Nzoia on Friday. Area police boss Lillian Okembo said constable John Maina was attached to Kolongolo police station in Kwanza district. Maina shot himself in the head with his G3 rifle. Okembo said Maina had a…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm
  • Village's water pump repaired
    An NGO has repaired a water pump that broke down four years at Waso area in Koija group ranch, Laikipia North subcounty. Kenya Charitable organisation spent Sh500,000 on the repairs. The pump serves more than 4,500 residents. The residents and their…
    18 hours ago 20 Apr 14, 5:00pm

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  • Juba on brink of collapse as war rages with millions staring at starvation
    When not plotting military strategy to seize South Sudan’s crucial oil fields, sacked vice-president turned rebel chief Riek Machar spends time reading the economic and political history “Why Nations Fail”.
    6 hours ago 21 Apr 14, 4:32am
  • Kigali fears FDLR could be regrouping
    The arrests of a prominent musician, a journalist and several local leaders in different parts of Rwanda over the past one week have rekindled fears that the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (FDLR) could be regaining a presence inside t…
    2 days ago 19 Apr 14, 2:36am
  • World Bank advises Africa on taming poverty
    To translate the constant growth it has experienced over the past 19 years into reduced poverty numbers, sub-Saharan Africa must invest more in infrastructure such as affordable electricity, cash transfers to the poor and technology and outsourcing.
    2 days ago 19 Apr 14, 2:36am
  • How development financiers helped Citadel outwit TransCentury
    Fresh details have emerged showing how a group of international financial institutions and private equity funds rallied around Egypt’s Citadel Capital to repel a bid by Kenya’s TransCentury group to wrest control of Rift Valley Railways
    2 days ago 19 Apr 14, 2:36am
  • Telkom Kenya questions awarding of new mobile licences
    Telkom Kenya has written to the Communications Authority of Kenya (CAK) seeking to find out why the agency licensed three Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) in the absence of contractual guidelines.
    2 days ago 19 Apr 14, 2:36am
  • With Burundi reforms, end nigh for conflict minerals
    The death knell has been sounded for conflict minerals in the region after Burundi joined its neighbours in implementing the international initiative of tracing of tin, tungsten and tantalum to ensure the minerals are legally mined.
    2 days ago 19 Apr 14, 2:36am
  • Fighting an invisible enemy in Congo
    It is difficult to identify the fighters of the Forces Démocratiques pour la Libération du Rwanda (FDLR), one of the many armed groups active in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), some of whose leaders played a key role in the 1994 Rwandan…
    2 days ago 19 Apr 14, 2:36am
  • Kenya hopes of yuan clearing house rise with premier’s visit
    Kenya’s bid to host a clearing house for China’s yuan currency is expected to gain fresh impetus as Chinese Premier Li Keqiang visits Nairobi next month.
    2 days ago 19 Apr 14, 2:36am
  • Juba slowly picking up the pieces as guns go silent but Bor, Malakal and Bentiu still at war
    Signs that all is not well in South Sudan following months of fighting and fruitless attempts to stem the conflict start at the visa desk at its Nairobi embassy at Bishop Gate House.
    2 days ago 19 Apr 14, 2:36am
  • US military presence growing in Djibouti, other Africans sites
    The recent announcement of a planned White House meeting between US President Barack Obama and Djibouti’s leader highlights the considerable importance to the US military of the small nation bordering Somalia and Eritrea.
    2 days ago 19 Apr 14, 2:36am
  • Africa’s impressive growth is not creating jobs; we need to industrialise
    Most investors are looking at Africa as the next frontier for their money. But the continent has to deal with paradoxes such as unemployment and inequality and the billions of dollars disappearing into tax havens.
    2 days ago 19 Apr 14, 2:36am
  • Despite concerns, genocide in Burundi unlikely
    The prophets of doom are warning of an imminent civil war in Burundi and possibly a “genocide” in the making.
    2 days ago 19 Apr 14, 2:36am
  • Raw Tanzanite exports hurting local economy
    Tanzania’s partial ban on the export of raw tanzanite over the past four years seems to have been ineffective in controlling shipments of the gemstone to India.
    2 days ago 19 Apr 14, 2:36am
  • Key player in mergers and acquisitions in East Africa
    For the past 11 years, since TransCentury acquired East African Cables in the deal that brought it to the limelight, the Nairobi Securities Exchange-listed firm associated with close allies of former president Mwai Kibaki, has been a prominent player…
    2 days ago 19 Apr 14, 2:36am
  • Global fight against tropical diseases receives $120m
    About $120 million has been committed by a group of partners towards fighting 10 neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) common in places with limited access to clean water and sanitation, including $50 million from the Children’s Investment Fund Founda…
    2 days ago 19 Apr 14, 2:36am
  • TransCentury takes a beating on the NSE in the wake of profit warning
    Kenyan investment firm TransCentury’s share price touched a 16-month low on Thursday as investors continued to punish the counter over a profit warning it issued last week.
    2 days ago 19 Apr 14, 2:36am
  • Sudan recalls Uganda envoy in fresh row
    The strained relationship between Uganda and Sudan deteriorated further last week, with Khartoum recalling its ambassador to Kampala Hussein Awad Ali, over long held suspicions that Uganda was harbouring Sudanese rebels.
    2 days ago 19 Apr 14, 2:36am
  • Burundi gives UN envoy 48 hours to leave
    UN Security Chief Adviser Paul Dobbie was on Thursday given 48 hours to leave Burundi, even as the government demanded evidence and an apology over claims that it was arming ruling party youths.
    2 days ago 19 Apr 14, 2:36am
  • Kikwete speaks out on the state of Tanzania
    This week, Tanzania celebrates the Union between Tanganyika and the island of Zanzibar that created it 50 years ago. The celebration takes place amid a delicate constitution-making exercise and early horse-trading ahead of an election that will usher…
    2 days ago 19 Apr 14, 2:36am
  • Juba now doubtful of UN, West’s intentions
    With a political solution to the South Sudan crisis still elusive, the government is growing increasingly suspicious of the United Nations and some Western countries over what Juba sees as undeclared sympathies for the rebel cause.
    2 days ago 19 Apr 14, 2:36am
  • Kenya justice system in dire need of funds
    Amid rising security threats, Kenya’s criminal justice system continues to be too “under-funded, under-staffed, and ill-trained” to measure up to the increasing sophistication of criminals and terrorists.
    2 days ago 19 Apr 14, 2:36am
  • Fresh stalemate hits constitution review
    Tanzania’s constitution making is in a stalemate following a boycott by a group of Members of the Constituent Assembly (MCAs).
    2 days ago 19 Apr 14, 2:36am
  • WHO issues new hepatitis C guidelines
    The World Health Organisation has issued its first guidelines on the treatment of hepatitis C — a chronic infection that affects an estimated 130 million people globally.
    2 days ago 19 Apr 14, 2:36am
  • Kikwete: I don’t see a three-tier system adding value; it will create problems
    In an exclusive interview with The EastAfrican, Tanzania’s President Jakaya Kikwete states his stand on the draft constitution, corruption in government and relations with Rwanda.
    2 days ago 19 Apr 14, 2:36am
  • Spending on media set to rise in Kenya
    Kenyans’ spending on entertainment and media is growing rapidly, consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) says.
    2 days ago 19 Apr 14, 2:10am

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