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    Sports highlights – April 9, 2018
    Apr09

    Sports highlights – April 9, 2018

    Kenya’s Starlets advance to Women’s Africa Cup of Nations second round Kenya’s Harambee Starlets moved to the second round of the African Women’s Cup of Nations Qualifier after holding Uganda to a barren draw. This was during a return leg hosted in Kampala. The Starlets progressed with a 1-0 aggregate win. The ntional team...

    News headlines
    Apr09

    News headlines

    News highlights Health Ministry accepts Governors’ plan to include all 47 counties in Universal Health Care piloting programme Kenya’s Ministry of Health has accepted a request by the Council of Governors (CoG) to include all the 47 counties in the Universal Health Care (UHC) piloting programme. Afya House has however selected a set...

    Afternoon sports highlights – March 14, 2018
    Mar14

    Afternoon sports highlights – March 14, 2018

    Roma beat Shakhtar Donetsk to progress into last eight Striker Edin Dzeko’s second-half strike saw Roma beat Shakhtar Donetsk 1-0 to progress to the Champions League quarter-finals on away goals after the last-16 tie ended 2-2 on aggregate. Dzeko raced through on goal to poke the ball past the advancing Andriy Pyatov seven minutes into the...

    Evening News Headlines
    Jan06

    Evening News Headlines

    News Highlights Fired CSs to remain in office Cabinet secretaries who were yesterday dropped by President Uhuru Kenyatta will remain in office until a new cabinet is fully constituted. This is according to Statehouse spokesman Manoah Esipisu. President Kenyatta has promised to fully constitute the cabinet in the coming days with individuals who...

    Afternoon sports highlights – November 24, 2017
    Nov24

    Afternoon sports highlights – November 24, 2017

    Man City defender Eliaquim Mangala may leave the team in January Eliaquim Mangala admits he could leave Manchester City in January. The Frenchman has made just five appearances in all competitions this season after failing to secure a move away from the Etihad last summer. Man City Manager Pep Guardiola has preferred Vincent Kompany, Nicolas...

    Afternoon news headlines
    Nov24

    Afternoon news headlines

    News highlights Uhuru is fit to lead the country, says former President Daniel Arap Moi President Uhuru Kenyatta is fit to lead the country and will unite Kenyans following the prolonged elections, former President Daniel Arap Moi has said. The country’s second President asked the NASA coalition to respect democracy and work with the...

    UEFA 2017/18 Champions League Draw – Tottenham to face defending team Real Madrid
    Aug26

    UEFA 2017/18 Champions League Draw – Tottenham to face defending team Real Madrid

    Tottenham will face defending champions, Real Madrid in the Champions League group stages. Spurs were drawn in Group H alongside the Spanish giants, German side Borussia Dortmund and Apoel of Cyprus. Spurs start at Wembley against Dortmund, before travelling to Cyprus and Spain. They then host Real and visit Germany before ending the group stage...

    Business highlights July 3 2017
    Jul03

    Business highlights July 3 2017

    Dubai’s Abraaj takes over Java House Dubai-based investment firm, Abraaj Group, has announced its purchase of East Africa’s leading coffee-led casual dining chain Java House. Abraaj has signed a deal that will see them acquire 100% stake of the chain from majority stakeholder, Emerging Capital Partners (ECP) and the Company’s...

    Business highlights June 28 2017
    Jun28

    Business highlights June 28 2017

    CMA gazettes Stewardship Code The Capital Markets Authority, Kenya’s market regulator, has announced the gazettement of the Stewardship Code for Institutional Investors (Stewardship Code) Kenya is now the second country in Africa, after South Africa, to introduce the framework. The Stewardship Code is aimed at empowering institutional...

    Newspaper summaries-June 28 2017
    Jun28

    Newspaper summaries-June 28 2017

    Daily Nation Nasa’s plan: Unity, jobs, health for all: Nasa has grouped its priorities under five main pledges it plans to work on if it forms the next government. The alliance, under presidential candidate Raila Odinga describes itself as “the coalition of the Constitution” in its manifesto launched last evening. “Nasa coalition exists to...

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