Last Updated: October 1, 2014 10:42

Police chiefs will no longer address media

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Inspector General of Police David Kimaiyo has issued orders prohibiting county and divisional police heads from issuing any information to journalists outside crime scenes.

Wiper MP asks Kalonzo Musyoka to retire from national politics

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Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has been urged to retire from active politics and make way for somebody else to take the community to greater heights of prosperity and unity.

Opinion: Why Uganda's NRM needs to rebrand

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In an opinion, Timusiime Deo argues that it is time the Uganda National Resistance Movement rebranded to hve politics in tandem with changes that have occured.

Judges ‘not bold enough’ on digital migration

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11 hours ago
The Supreme Court's ruling on digital migration licensing has elicited mixed reactions from leaders and lawyers.

I hit Raila because huge handouts did not reach me, attack suspect says

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11 hours ago
Lengo Karisa Mudzomba, the man who whipped CORD leader Raila Odinga in Kinango has explained why he decided to hit the former Prime Minister and Kwale Governor Salim Mvurya.

TSC’s secret proposal for teachers pay deal

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The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) wants to inject Sh50 billion annually into its wage bill to cater for a 50 to 60 per cent basic salary increase for the 288,000 teaching workforce, according to proposals seen by The Standard.

Kenya

Police chiefs will no longer address media

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Inspector General of Police David Kimaiyo has issued orders prohibiting county and divisional police heads from issuing any information to journalists outside crime scenes.

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UDF members to boycott monthly fee

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United Democratic Front (UDF) party elected members will not pay their monthly contributions if the ousted party chairman, Hassan Osman, remains in office.

Business

Eveready closes struggling Nakuru-based factory

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East Africa’s largest battery manufacturer, Eveready, has shut down, blaming rising cheap battery imports which have slashed the capacity of the plant to a mere 25 per cent.

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