LSK Faults EACC Move to Probe Registrar Esther Nyaiyaki

[Nation] The Law Society of Kenya has faulted the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission move to investigate the Registrar of Supreme Court Esther Nyaiyaki saying it will amount to an attack on the independence of the Judiciary.

[Nation] The Law Society of Kenya has faulted the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission move to investigate the Registrar of Supreme Court Esther Nyaiyaki saying it will amount to an attack on the independence of the Judiciary.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Gunshots and Explosions – Keep Calm and Carry On, Its Just the Cops

[News24Wire] If you hear gunshots, explosions or aircraft overhead in Durban Central on Tuesday night, don’t fret, it’s probably just the police sharpening up on their crime fighting skills.

[News24Wire] If you hear gunshots, explosions or aircraft overhead in Durban Central on Tuesday night, don't fret, it's probably just the police sharpening up on their crime fighting skills.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Disgruntled Student, Not Fees Must Fall, Behind UCT Disruption – Student Leader

[News24Wire] The Fees Must Fall movement on Tuesday said it was in no way involved in the disruptions at the University of Cape Town in which five people attempted to disrupt classes at its Upper Campus earlier in the day.

[News24Wire] The Fees Must Fall movement on Tuesday said it was in no way involved in the disruptions at the University of Cape Town in which five people attempted to disrupt classes at its Upper Campus earlier in the day.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Beit Bridge Border Post in Focus During SA-Zimbabwe Commission

[News24Wire] The Beit Bridge border post, which connects South Africa and Zimbabwe, was a key topic during the annual Bi-National Commission where plans to eradicate border delays that affect economic activities were discussed.

[News24Wire] The Beit Bridge border post, which connects South Africa and Zimbabwe, was a key topic during the annual Bi-National Commission where plans to eradicate border delays that affect economic activities were discussed.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Fida Threatens to Sue Over Police Brutality

[Nation] Federation of Women lawyers (Fida) has threatened to move to court over the recent incident at the University of Nairobi where students were allegedly brutally attacked by police.

[Nation] Federation of Women lawyers (Fida) has threatened to move to court over the recent incident at the University of Nairobi where students were allegedly brutally attacked by police.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Sh5.7 Billion Turkana Wind Fine in Budget

[Nation] Kenyan taxpayers are set to pay owners of Lake Turkana Wind Power a lump sum of Sh5.7 billion in penalties for failing to connect power to the national grid in breach of contractual terms.

[Nation] Kenyan taxpayers are set to pay owners of Lake Turkana Wind Power a lump sum of Sh5.7 billion in penalties for failing to connect power to the national grid in breach of contractual terms.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

U.S. Advisory Firm Andersen Tax Opens Nairobi Office

[Nation] Top US advisory firm Andersen Tax has opened an office in Nairobi in partnership with local consultancy, setting the stage for increased competition for corporate deals.

[Nation] Top US advisory firm Andersen Tax has opened an office in Nairobi in partnership with local consultancy, setting the stage for increased competition for corporate deals.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

DP William Ruto Returns to Vihiga

[Nation] Deputy President William Ruto returns to Vihiga County on Wednesday as Jubilee Party continues to woo western Kenya, a perceived opposition base.

[Nation] Deputy President William Ruto returns to Vihiga County on Wednesday as Jubilee Party continues to woo western Kenya, a perceived opposition base.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya