Archive | October, 2014

Violence erupts at ODM's 'Orange House'

MEN IN BLACK SEASON 2: ODM’S LANG’AT ROUGHED UP

ODM Executive Director, Magerer Lang’at, was yesterday roughed up and ejected from the Orange House in Kilimani, Nairobi, during a CORD Parliamentary Group meeting that was chaired by party leader Raila Odinga. Lang’at, who is accused of being a Jubilee mole, allegedly made statements that upset CORD’s Members of County Assembly (MCAs) as the officials […]

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Form one admission deadline extended

KENYANS COULD SOON BE ENJOYING FREE SECONDARY EDUCATION

Kenyans could soon be enjoying free secondary school education from next year, if a report presented to the president is implemented. The report, which was presented by a task-force on education chaired by former education Assistant Minister Kilemi Mwiria who has since been appointed presidential adviser on education, recommends among other things; • The introduction […]

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Ebola has killed approximately 4,000 people in three African Nations

KENYANS EVACUATED FROM LIBERIA FREE OF EBOLA

Nine Kenyans who were evacuated from Liberia on Tuesday night have tested negative for Ebola and for the Marburg virus. The Kenyans, who had been stranded in the West African nation for two months after the national carrier, Kenya Airways, suspended flights to West Africa following the Ebola outbreak, were quarantined upon arrival at the […]

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Kenyan broadcasters to air 40% local content

KENYAN BROADCASTERS COMPELLED TO AIR 40 PER CENT LOCAL CONTENT NEXT YEAR

The Communications Authority of Kenya (CA) has called on all broadcasters to start applying for new licenses which will among other things require them to air 40 percent local content by June 2015. According to the CA, media houses have been slow in increasing the broadcasting of local content due to lack of specific regulations […]

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CHINA TO SURPASS US AS THE LEADING AIR PASSENGER MARKET

A new global aviation report by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) has projected that China will become the world’s largest passenger market (defined by traffic to, from and within) by 2030, overtaking US which is currently on the lead.  The report however maintains that the United States will remain the largest air passenger market until around […]

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