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Financial Times Oi files Brazil’s biggest bankruptcy protection request: Brazilian telecommunications operator Oi has filed the country’s biggest bankruptcy protection request, weighed down by R$65.4bn (US$19.2bn) of debt and a

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Witnesses in Uganda trial ‘castrated’

A witness in a trial over a spate of murders of Muslim clerics in Uganda was “beaten and castrated” because he agreed to testify, prosecutors say. The defence argued those

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Cord leaders lose bid to block matatu compensation case

  The High Court has dismissed a preliminary objection filed by CORD leaders to have a petition filed by a matatu owner whose vehicle was burnt during recent anti-Independent Electoral

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Kidero, Sonko feuds move to social media

Governor Evans Kidero and Senator Mike Sonko have taken their wars to social media with each taking a swipe at the other. Dr Kidero drew first blood yesterday when he

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Hivos, Equity to release data on Sh3Tn fashion industry Hivos East Africa, an international organisation that seeks new solutions to persistent global issues, and Equity Bank Limited will tomorrow release

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Counties to be penalised for discrimination: Counties that discriminate in allocation of resources will have their funding reduced if a proposal by National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) is adopted.

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Sonko defends his attack on Kidero

Nairobi Senator Mike Sonko has defended his attack on Kidero at a senate committee saying frustrations from the law enforcement agencies made him to turn to the senate to make

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A new dawn with Ayrosh

 Ayrosh is a conscious artiste on the rise, with a message of love. He talks about himself and the beautiful future he sees for Kenyan music. Tell us about your

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Accountants raise concerns over Kenya’s increasing debt

 Accountants have raised concern over the country’s borrowing habits and expenditure. Through the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya, they said the growing national debt is becoming an excess

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Counties to be penalised for discrimination

Counties that discriminate in allocation of resources will have their funding reduced if a proposal by National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) is adopted. NCIC Chairperson Francis Ole Kaparo has