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Over 1M cash transfer beneficiaries to receive monthly stipends

Ksh 8,000 each in monthly stipends. More than one million cash transfer beneficiaries are Ksh 8.56 billion. Labor and Social Protection Cabinet Secretary Ukur Yatani said she would receive Ksh 8,000. The money will cover four months for all beneficiaries enrolled in the three programs under the Consolidated Cash Transfer Program (CCTP). Get broken news on your mobile as-it-happens. SMS …

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According to KUSU, the unification of universities is no solution to important challenges »Capital News

Graduation ceremony at the University of Nairobi. Photo / FILE-CFM By MOSES MUOKI NAIROBI, Kenya June 30 – The Kenya Universities Staff Union (KUSU) has highlighted the need for greater stakeholder involvement in solving problems that universities like you are facing " However, pls refuse to merge some of them. According to Charles Mukhwaya, chairman of KUSU, the real challenges …

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Stanford student Norah Borus buried in Moiben: The Standard

Norah Boru's Chelagat after arriving at Stanford University in December 2015. [Courtesy] A student who lives in Uasin Gishu County.  Norah Chelagat Borus, 24, What buried in her father's farm at Ray Farm, Moiben constituency. Chelagat, who emerged top student in Nairobi county and fourth nationally in the 2013 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) which eulogized as a brilliant …

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MPs to snub DP Ruto's function

Dr Fred Matiang'i in a past event. [Photo/Matiang’i/Twitter] Nyamira MPs wants to snub Deputy President William Ruto's function. ADVERTISEMENT     Is there Kenyan to know? Tell Hivisasa and we want to share with the world. Click here to submit.                  Dr Ruto wants to return to Nyamira having a trip to attend his daughter, Stephanie Ruto's graduation from Strathmore University. North …

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So you will be affected by the new taxes from Monday

News How to be affected by the new taxes from Monday Sunday, June 30, 2019 17:59 By PAUL WAFULA Local vehicle manufacturers like Isuzu East Africa are expected to be replaced by the new Benefit from government policy. FILE PHOTO | NMG As of this week, attention will shift to businesses, suppliers, and various government agencies as they begin to …

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"10 steps ahead": Kenya's Tech War against Poachers

By AFP More by this author Every morning, at the very edge of Mount Kenya's limited wildlife reserve, a ranger dressed in khaki meticulously sweeps the ground off animal footprints and covers their trail of poachers , It's an antiquated approach to outsmart budding hunters, but this ranger is not alone. High on a mast nearby, a new camera scans …

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Return health to state, say unions: the standard

The trade in health workers called for the health services to be referred back to the national government, claiming that the districts did not manage the essential sector. The Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Union (KMPDU), the Kenya National Union of Nurses, the Kenya National Clinical Officers Union and the Kenya Laboratory Officers Union blamed the politicians for failed health …

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5,000 teachers each receive Sh1m: The Standard

Some of the retired teachers during a court hearing in Nakuru. The money will be paid to the teachers after the revision of their pension, which was postponed to 2003, as accumulated arrears. [File, Standard] After a waiting period of 16 years, more than 5,000 teachers retired in 2003 are now ready to suffer a setback of at least Sh1 …

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Maraga and EACC Lock Horns in Electoral Examination 2017: The Standard

Chief Justice David Maraga. The EACC charges him with blocking the investigation of the Supreme Court Chancellor. [File, Standard] The Anti-Corruption Agency has criticized Chief Justice David Maraga for banning investigators from prosecuting the Supreme Court Chancellor Esther Nyaiyaki. Yassin Amarrow, spokesperson for the Ethics and Corruption Commission (EACC), said yesterday that the agency's investigation into Ms. Nyaiyaki failed after …

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ODM leaders Raila and DP Ruto participate in various events in the West

ODM Leader Raila Odinga and Deputy President William Ruto will perform separate functions in the West today. At events approximately 60 kilometers apart, Ruto will be present in an Anglican church in Kenya in the diocese of Mumia, Kakamega County. While Odinga attending the funeral of former Amagoro deputy Oduya Oprong, in Teso, Busia district, will meet with mourners. Oprong, …

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