Let Mining Bill consider the interests of all stake holders
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Let Mining Bill consider the interests of all stake holders

Mining adds to the export column and gets us foreign exchange, which should help ease…

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My husband changed when I got  a better job abroad
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My husband changed when I got a better job abroad

To be honest, I was disappointed because I knew my husband wanted a child. See…

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Living by the gun, dying by the gun
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Living by the gun, dying by the gun

But in Nairobi’s slums, the principle of “an eye for eye,” or lex talionis, is…

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Khama wins second term as president
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Khama wins second term as president

Mr Kwelagobe was not the only heavyweight who tumbled with Botswana Congress Party president Dumelang…

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For better or worse: Union that thrives in face of rejection
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For better or worse: Union that thrives in face of rejection

Six years later, a rare union that seemed doomed from the beginning continues to thrive…

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Sudan’s ruling party ready to give Bashir new term
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Sudan’s ruling party ready to give Bashir new term

The party reiterated its readiness to participate in next year’s ballot. See More

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Kill bandits on sight, David Kimaiyo orders police
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Kill bandits on sight, David Kimaiyo orders police

Police boss David Kimaiyo has issued a shoot-to-kill order on armed bandits in pastoral regions.…

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No peaceful rest for city’s dead
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No peaceful rest for city’s dead

One grave at Lang’ata Cemetery in Nairobi is holding up to three bodies. See More

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It’s a close race as Brazilians cast ballots
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It’s a close race as Brazilians cast ballots

Polls gave Rousseff between a four- and six-percent lead, though the election remained too close…

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Ngilu to shed light on disputed two-acre plot
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Ngilu to shed light on disputed two-acre plot

Lands Cabinet Secretary Charity Ngilu is this week expected to tell MPs how a two-acre…

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