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  • Entertainment
    ‘I felt nothing for my husband!’ Papa Shirandula actress reveals

    Popular Papa Shirandula actress Daisy Netia, alias Naliaka, says when she first met the love of her life, Justus Netia, she felt nothing for him. “When I first saw him I did not feel anything because we were going on a work trip and I was very dusty that I did not...

  • Entertainment
    Annoying Nairobi pedestrians who won’t give way at traffic lights – Nairobi News

    City residents cross Racecourse road around OTC. PHOTO | FRANCIS NDERITU Pedestrians are often crying foul regarding road usage with most of the blame going to motorists for the dangers they face while crossing roads. What many, however, do not consider are traffic lights that are used to control busy streets and...

  • Entertainment
    Sports Ministry offices locked as two departments fight for space – Nairobi News

    The locked offices. PHOTOS | NAHASHON MUSUNGU A spat between officials within two departments of what initially was the Ministry of Sports, Culture and the Arts has resulted in the closure of a number of offices, Nairobi News has learnt. A spot check conducted by our team on Wednesday confirmed up to...

  • Business
    Eight-month work with no pay to settle debts : The Standard

    Journalists take pictures inside the railway tunnel at Ngong Kajiado County on 25th September 2018. Can you imagine working for eight months without pay? Well, that is exactly how long it would take all the 45 million Kenyans to toil to settle the country’s debt. This is according to a damning analysis...

  • Business
    TZ denies blocking IMF report : The Standard

    Reuters 25th Apr 2019 00:00:00 GMT +0300 Tanzania President John Magufuli addresses a joint press conference at State House in Nairobi. Tanzania on Tuesday denied blocking the publication of a critical International Monetary Fund report that accuses President John Magufuli’s government of undermining economic growth with “unpredictable and interventionist” policies....

  • Business
    Boeing abandons 2019 outlook : The Standard

    Reuters 25th Apr 2019 00:00:00 GMT +0300 Boeing on Wednesday abandoned its 2019 financial outlook, said it had halted share buybacks in mid-March and announced $1 billion in increased costs due to the grounding of its 737 MAX jets. Chicago-based Boeing is facing one of the biggest crises in its history following...

  • General
    Shock report on debt even as Uhuru goes for more : The Standard

    President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga at a previous function (PHOTO: FILE) President Uhuru Kenyatta is currently in China where he will join 40 Heads of State and government for the second Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) forum today. The high level global meeting on infrastructure projects involves 150 countries and multinational...

  • Business
    Rotich: Government out to reduce bureaucracy : The Standard

    Bureaucracy is a key factor in low implementation of policies in African countries. This emerged yesterday at the start of a three-day summit in Nairobi where over 100 African participants were seeking insights on why policies and programmes are not effectively implemented in many African countries. A concept paper for the Sixth...

  • General
    How battle for PM slot hurt push for new law : The Standard

    Tony Gachoka interviewing Prof. Yash Pal Ghai. President Mwai Kibaki’s rejection of a parliamentary system of governance led to his fallout with Raila Odinga, and stalled the push for reforms that had propelled their coalition to power. Constitutional lawyer Yash Pal Ghai recounted how the two politicians – who he said initially...

  • Business
    New attempt to split M-Pesa from Safaricom : The Standard

    Telecommunications services providers could be forced to break off mobile money from their core business if a new Bill is passed into law. This follows proposals in the Kenya Information and Communications (Amendment) Bill, 2019, for a new regulatory framework for Kenyan telecommunication service providers. The Bill wants telecommunication companies to split...

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