Last Updated: October 21, 2014 00:12

KCSE exams kick off as Knec issues warning to cheats

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The Government Monday sought to reassure 400,000 candidates who begin their Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination Tuesday that there are no leaks.

Uhuru rallies Kenyans in fight against terrorists and their funders

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President Uhuru Kenyatta Monday announced plans to cut off funding for terrorists and crack down on criminals in a no-nonsense Mashujaa Day speech delivered on the back of a major assault on militants by the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) protecting the country’s borders.

Bandits burn down vehicle, KCSE exam papers in Turkana

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The fate of eight police officers who were ferrying Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination to a school in Turkana East constituency is unclear after heavily armed raiders attacked their car.

AU forms team to probe Amisom force rape claims

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The African Union has authorised an investigation into allegations the continental force on a peacekeeping mission in Somalia is perpetrating sexual abuses.

Uganda court overturns decision to cancel Joho's degree

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Mombasa Governor Hassan Ali Joho scored his second victory in a week when the high court in Kampala overturned a decision to cancel his degree.

Kenya

Police urged to deal firmly with 'organised gangs'

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Uasin Gishu County Commissioner Abdi Hassan yesterday issued stringent orders to police in the area to contain the surge in crime.

The Counties

Honour Northern Kenya heroes, urges urges Garissa governor

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Garissa Governor Nathif Jama has urged historians in the country to do more research and give due recognition to heroes and heroines from the Northern region.

Business

Good times for depositors as CBK unveils new refund plan

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Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) has announced a radical compensation plan for collapsed institutions that will ensure depositors get decent refunds up from the maximum Sh100,000 guaranteed under the current scheme.

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