Last Updated: August 29, 2015 00:10

Why teachers’ pay hike is not yet a done deal

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The Kenya National Union of Teachers (Knut) win for a significant pay rise could take a surprise turn if a fresh appeal by the government is granted.

Uhuru converts NYS centre into drug rehabilitation centre

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President Uhuru Kenyatta yesterday directed that the Miritini National Youth Service (NYS) in Mombasa be converted into a drug addicts’ rehabilitation centre.

Four in 10 elderly Kenyans too poor to stop working, new survey shows

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Over 40 per cent of Kenyans cannot afford to retire and have to continue working, a new survey shows. A report released by pension company Alexander Forbes suggests that another 40 per cent will have to rely on family for support.

Tension in Kibera over Sh7b Kenya Railways compensation

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Tension has intensified in Kibera, Nairobi over unfair allocation of houses meant for compensation by the Kenya Railways Corporation.

Court freezes bank accounts of Ng’ang’a’s Neno church

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The High Court has frozen bank accounts held by Neno Evangelism Centre, headed by Pastor James Maina Ng'ang'a.

Kenya

Zahra Moi honoured

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Bahlewa Zahra Moi, the Wife of Baringo Senator Gideon Moi has been awarded with a first class honors popularly known as Magna Cum Laude (with great honor) degree in Bachelor of Science in International Business.

Health & Science

Firstborn women face greater risk of weight problems, scientist claim

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Firstborn women are more likely to be overweight or obese than their sisters, a New Zealand-led study with Swedish scientists revealed Friday.

Politics

No new term for CIC, declare MPs

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There is a danger that the 28 Bills that have not been passed will not get careful scrutiny because the Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution’s (CIC), which is mandated by law to vet such laws will not be in office.

Business

Four in 10 elderly Kenyans too poor to stop working, new survey shows

  Comments - 3 hours ago
Over 40 per cent of Kenyans cannot afford to retire and have to continue working, a new survey shows. A report released by pension company Alexander Forbes suggests that another 40 per cent will have to rely on family for support.

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