[Nation] Top prosecutor Noordin Haji’s intense war on corruption seems to have pleased Kenya’s top leaders.
[East African] Kenyans can expect to pay less for electricity upon the inauguration of the region’s largest solar plant next month, in the northeastern part of the country.
[The Conversation Africa] Kenya is weighed down by swelling public debt and faces the possibility of a debt crisis (where the government can’t repay what it owes).
[This Day] *South Africa, Nigeria edged to second and third spots respectively
[Nation] Police have tear-gassed Kenyatta National Hospital staff who staged a go-slow on Monday morning over non-payment of their health service allowances.
[Deutsche Welle] After years of fighting and failed peace initiatives in South Sudan, the country’s President Salva Kiir and rebel leader Riek Machar have signed a power sharing deal which would see Machar reinstated as a vice-president.
[Nation] Consumers are set to pay less for electricity after the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) scraped Sh150 fixed charge on power bills.
[Nation] Some 46 people from the Coast have gone missing as the war on terror and criminal gangs intensifies.
[Nairobi News] A Narobian’s experience with muggers has opened a discussion on the tactics used by gangs within the city’s Central Business District.
[Monitor] India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi is already at Parliament where he’s expected to address Ugandan lawmakers today.