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Kenya: Nairobi Demands Refugees Return to Camps
International Justice - ICC - Rights groups warn that counter-terror crackdown will discriminate against Somalis while bringing few tangible security gains.
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Kenya: Transporters Move to Court
THE Kenya Transport Association has resolved to go to court on what it has termed as 'government frustrations'.
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Kenya: Kenya National ICT Plan Unveiled At the 6th Connected Kenya Summit
The National ICT Master Plan has officially been launched at the sixth edition of the Connected Kenya Summit currently underway in Mombasa.
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Kenya sends 91 Somalis to Mogadishu amid crackdown
The deportations are part of a massive security operation being carried out by Kenyan police in Somali neighborhoods of Nairobi.
18 hrs ago
Kenya: Ministry of ICT to Have All Its Operations On a Digital Platform
The Ministry of ICT is set to have all its operations on a digital platform as a way to improve efficiency, transparency and accountability.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Kenya: Building Bonanza to Change Face of JKIA
JOMO Kenyatta International Airport is set for a major facelift in a few years time as various construction projects get underway.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Kenya to commence construction of US$14 billion railway line
It is reported that Kenya is set to begin the Mombasa-Nairobi standard gauge railway construction as soon as funds needed to start the project are released by China from a loan deal that should be finalized next month.
Destination Wedding Is the Next-big Trend in Wedding, Reveals Diani Reef Beach Resort & Spa
A destination wedding is the one in which the wedding ceremony and the wedding party/reception is hosted at a holiday location in a vacation setting.
Kenya: Five Chinese Admit Illegal Employment
TEN foreigners were yesterday arraigned in a Mombasa court and charged for being illegally in the country.
Kenya: Domestic Tourists Boost Coast Easter Hotel Bookings
HOTELS at the Coast are banking on domestic tourism which has shown a positive trend despite the recent security concerns in Mombasa.
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Kenyans To Be Registered Afresh In National Database For Security Reasons
The Kenyan government will register all citizens afresh in a national digital database as it moves to boost the country's security, says Deputy President William Ruto.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Kenya: Follow the New Matatu Rules, Says Traffic Boss
THERE is no short cut to the new traffic rules, Coast traffic boss Martin Kariuki has said.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Kenya: Rwanda Dominates Mombasa Tea Auction for Second Week
RWANDAN tea dominated the weekly Mombasa tea auction recording the highest prices by mark and country for a second week running.
Kenya: Kericho Tea Audit Blocked
Two prominent Mombasa based businessmen suffered a blow yesterday when the High Court sitting Kericho stopped them from conducting a forensic audit of a private tea factory in Kericho County.
Kenya: Call to Pay School Heads Exam Wage
A teachers' union have asked the Kenya National Examination Council to pay headteachers for running schools during national examinations.
Kenya: Mombasa, Kwale Matatus Crisis Hits Commuters
Mombasa residents have for the second week faced a transport crisis following the continued crackdown on public transport vehicles.
Kenya: My Life Is in Danger, Says Al Amin Kimathi
MUSLIM for Human Rights Forum executive director Al Amin Kimathi hassaid his life is in danger.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Kenya: New Rules to Lock Out CFSS and Sheds From Mombasa Port
THE Kenya Ports Authority has come up with new measures to restrict activities of container freight stations at the port of Mombasa.
Kenya: Dock Union to Join PUSETU Amid Protest
A section of Dock Workers Union members have threatened to oust secretary general Simon Sang for violating the union's constitution.
Jambojet commences operations with three Kenyan domestic routes