Archive | November, 2012

Traffic lights - purely advisory?

MATATU STRIKE MAYHEM AND INTIMIDATION: LATEST

Day two of the matatu drivers’ strike and Nairobi traffic is flowing – just. The stone throwing incidents of yesterday appear not have been repeated today as yet but violence and intimidation is still very much an aspect of the dispute. PASSENGERS PULLED OUT OF CARS Speaking to taxi drivers and private car users this […]

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Govenment to revoke licences of striking  matatus

LATEST NEWS: MATATU STRIKE BRINGS MUCH OF NAIROBI TO STANDSTILL – VIOLENCE ON SOME ROADS REPORTED

Thousands of commuters have been stranded today after some public transport operators kept off the roads to protest the new traffic rules being brought in under the new Traffic (Amendment) Act Many routes into Nairobi have been affected and some vehicles of operators that ignored the strike were attacked and damaged. Violence has been reported […]

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World Aids Day - Kenya improves in curbing HIV/AIDS deaths in children

IS KENYA WINNING THE WAR AGAINST HIV AIDS?

Kenya has been applauded for being among six African countries that have recorded a distinctive drop in new HIV infections in children, according to a report by the joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS). The number of children newly infected with HIV in the country is said to have decreased by 40 per cent […]

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British High Commissioner Mr Christian Turner

THE MAU MAU VETERANS’ CASE, KENYA’S ‘FIRST WORLD WAR’ VETERANS, AND A WORD OF ADVICE TO THE STAR – CHECK OUT THE HISTORY

A British lawyer, a Mr Dan Leader of Leigh Day and Company, a London law firm, has been in Kenya on a ‘special mission’ to seek out Kenyans who suffered under British colonial rule, with aim of winning them compensation from the UK government following recent ‘historic’ court decisions. BRITISH HIGH COURT OPENS WAY FOR […]

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Shale - will provide the Us with enough oil and gas for 100 years

A DEVELOPMENT THAT WILL FRACKING WELL CHANGE THE WORLD

Something has happened, or rather is happening, that will in all likelihood change the world we live in, affecting worldwide economics and the international geopolitical equation. Kings and tyrants may fall and the ‘balance of power’ change significantly in many parts of the globe. But you probably will not have read about this pending great […]

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