Last Updated: July 2, 2015 15:18

President Uhuru voted Africa’s President of the Year

University students to receive Helb money by Friday

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Higher Education Loans Board (Helb) now says university students will get money into their accounts Thursday evening or Friday morning.

UN imposes first sanctions on six South Sudan commanders

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The UN Security Council on Wednesday imposed sanctions on six commanders from South Sudan, the first to be blacklisted in a country where 18 months of war have brought horrific violence.

Burundi awaits vote results after deadly clashes

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Burundi awaited on Thursday the results of controversial elections boycotted by the opposition, with the capital calm a day after battles in which at least six people were shot dead.

AP boss shot dead in Nairobi, robbed of valuables

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A senior police officer was Wednesday night shot dead and robbed of his gun and other valuables in Njiru area, Nairobi.


Kidero sues Khalwale for defamation over Mumias Sugar

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The High Court has restrained Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale from making remarks linking Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero to the Mumias Sugar Company scam.


MPs still angry at SRC over pay cuts

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It became evident Tuesday during the vetting of the nominee to the position of Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC) Chief Executive Officer Anne Gitau that MPs are yet to forgive the commission for reducing their salaries and allowances last year.

The Counties

Family presses for Obama's Kogelo visit

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President Barack Obama may visit Kogelo village, his father's birth place in Siaya county when he comes to Nairobi on July 25 if the White House approves an invitation by his family in Kenya.


Kenya's economy grows by 4.9 per cent in first quarter

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Kenya's reliance on rain-fed agriculture and imports continues to limit growth in the East Africa's largest economy even as the country strives to be a regional hub for trade and investments in Africa.


BBC announces it will cut more than 1,000 jobs

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The BBC said Thursday that it is cutting more than 1,000 jobs, mostly in management, as part of a long-term drive to reduce costs that has been accelerated by changing viewing habits.


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