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Three UPDF soldiers killed by mob in Arua

ARUA. Three UPDF soldiers attached to Vurra Customs Army Detach have been killed by a mob on allegations of armed robbery. The incident occurred last night at Pelele village, along the Uganda, DRC Border in...

Safaricom explains internet outage

Kenyans using service provider Safaricom were not able to access the internet on Sunday for a better part of the day. Several subscribers took to Twitter to voice their concerns over the outage, with some...

12 hospitalised after fire in Highway Secondary School

Twelve casualties have been rushed to Kenyatta National Hospital following a fire incident in Highway Secondary School, Nairobi. On Sunday, Kenya Red Cross said response teams had contained the fire. The cause of the fire has...

Uhuru, Ruto allies expose rifts in Jubilee over directives

As President Uhuru Kenyatta was placing a moratorium on new projects in government until old ones are completed, his deputy, Mr William Ruto, was launching a medical college in Kakamega County, raising questions as...

Rwanda says borders secure from ‘rebel’ attacks

Rwanda has declared its borders secure days after a rebel group claimed responsibility for the recent attacks in Nyaruguru in the Southern Province bordering Burundi. On July 16, the National Liberation Forces (NLF), an armed...

Governor Awiti to appeal nullification of his re-election

Homa Bay Governor Cyprian Awiti will appeal the nullification of his re-election at the Supreme Court. In an update in his Twitter handle on Saturday, Governor Awiti said he reached the decision after consulting Orange...

Uganda takes to the skies with ‘unwanted’ Airbus

Uganda has become the sole customer for the Airbus A330-800 New Engine Option (Neo) series, which has seen near-zero demand from airlines across the world since it was launched in July 2014. On Wednesday, Uganda...

Dar faces legal suit at international tribunals over tax, investment policies

Tanzania risks a legal suit at international tribunals over its recent investment and tax policies, which parties to Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT) deem to be anti-business. Tanzania is among signatories to the BIT with developed...

All new graft cases to be heard in Nairobi, CJ Maraga orders

Chief Justice David Maraga on Friday moved to fast track ongoing corruption cases by directing that they are all heard and determined in Nairobi. Through a notice published in the official Kenya Gazette, Mr Maraga...

Jubilee Party on the brink of implosion over Mau evictions

President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Jubilee Party was Friday on the brink of an implosion over the emotive Mau Forest evictions in Narok County. It all started with Thursday’s visit of the vast forest by Senate Majority...