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NYERI county assembly agriculture committee has questioned the capacity of an American coffee buyer who has expressed interest to buy the product through the county government.
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A prosecution witness in the trial of Kenya's deputy president told judges this week how leaders of the opposition Orange Democratic Movement party gathered support in the run up to the December 2007 presidential election.
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THE Korogocho School Project, a student fundraising group at Durham University, will hold a coffee morning at Elvet Methodist Church, Old Elvet, Durham, on Saturday, March 15, from 10am to 2pm.
12 hrs ago | Newswise
Best Supporting Actress Lupita Nyong'o celebrated the success of her deeply moving and evocative portrayal of an abused slave in pre-Civil War America by walking away with a coveted Oscar for her role in 12 Years a Slave.
16 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com
The Nairobi government yesterday said it will rein in and rid the city of matatu cartels.
EDITOR'S NOTE : February 15, 2014 marked one year since Omwa Ombara arrived in the U.S. to seek political asylum after attempts on her life in Kenya between May and December 2012.
So one might say it was perfectly fitting for someone named Candace Hope to get involved with a project called Shining Hope for Communities.
Yes, now Lupita Nyong'o is everyone's darling . She may even be elbowing JLawr aside in our hearts .
RUNNING battles ensued in Nairobi between the police and public transport operators who had on Wednesday morning disrupted public transport while demonstrating against increased parking fees.
Kenya's ministry of transport website has been hacked by a Turkish Muslim group calling itself Ayyildiz Tim which accuses the government of not respecting Islam.
A construction worker walks on a scaffolding on a tunnel along the Nairobi-Thika highway project near Nairobi on September 23, 2011.
Unidentified participants attend a workshop during the World Social Forum in Nairobi, Kenya, in this file photo.
The Muslim community in the Kenyan coastal city of Mombasa has been shaken up as a youth movement has taken control of an influential mosque in the city.
Three people were injured after a mob of about 10 assailants attacked worshipers at a church in Bamburi, Mombasa last week, according to All Africa Global Media.
Fewer than one in a hundred Somali refugees living in the world's largest refugee camp, Dadaab in northern Kenya, are interested in returning home, despite a push for them to do so, the United Nations said.
Nairobi pastor Reverend Njohi has introduced a form of worship at his Lord's Propeller Redemption Church in which female members of the congregation are banned from wearing underwear so God can enter their bodies easily.