Last Updated: February 27, 2015 14:05

Media Owners: Kenyans are not being migrated to digital TV but to pay TV

Muturi leads MPs in retreat over integrity issues

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The National Assembly leadership is meeting in Mombasa to address integrity of the House, internal wrangling and claims of bribery which has dogged it lately.

Briton jailed for sexually abusing street children in Gilgil

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Birmingham Crown Court in the United Kingdom has put a charity boss behind bars for assault on vulnerable Kenyan street Children, between 2002 and May 2013.

Private doctor to examine Muchai murder suspect after torture claims

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A court has directed Simon Gichamba, one of the suspects in the murder of former Kabete MP George Muchai and his three aides, be examined by a doctor after he alleged being tortured in police custody.

Matiba falls sick, admitted to hospital

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Veteran politician Kenneth Matiba has been admitted to a Nairobi hospital after developing complications on Wednesday evening.

US signs trade pledge with East Africa, eyes rest of continent

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The United States and five East African countries pledged on Thursday to ease trade flows and set the stage for more U.S. investment, a program that could be extended to other parts of Africa.


‘Daily’ used fake letter to attack digital TV consortium

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The Registrar of Companies is on the spot over the alleged registration of two companies with similar names, one of which is at the centre of the current digital migration debacle.


UhuRuto party woos Kosgey, Bett with eye on Rift Valley votes

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President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto's new political outfit is currently wooing key political figures in Rift Valley as it seeks to boost it popularity in the region.

The Counties

Couple calls it quits after 63 years over pay out

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It was jubilation for many Mau Mau veterans when, in 2013, they won a landmark ruling against the former British colonial government that led to them receive compensation for atrocities suffered at the time.


Why a sack should not dampen your prospects

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The words, reorganisation, restructuring, job reviews and evaluation sound scary and intimidating in the work place. The company’s top management will justify them by citing the need to improve efficiency, profitability, growth among other bottom-line benefits.


"Jihadi John" killer from Islamic State beheading videos unmasked as Londoner

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The masked "Jihadi John" killer who fronted Islamic State beheading videos has been identified as Mohammed Emwazi, a British computer programming graduate from a well-to-do London family who was known to the security services.


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