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A section of MPs from have threatened to impeach Trade and Industrialization Cabinet Secretary Moses Kuria over the importation of duty-free maize at a time when farmers are anticipating bumper harvest. Leaders from across the political divide hailing from the North Rift and Western region demanded Kuria

Members of the Nairobi County Assembly are now questioning the Nairobi City County Drinks Control and Licensing Board over unaccounted expenditures amounting to over Sh500 million. The Assembly’s Public Accounts Committee on Tuesday heard from the office of the Auditor General that the board has been collecting revenues

European equities attempted to rebound Tuesday but were dented by concern over China’s latest Covid-19 outbreaks. London rose higher but Frankfurt and Paris shed earlier gains after a mixed Asian showing, as worries grew over Beijing’s efforts to contain rising infections.

Ukraine’s security service said Tuesday it had raided a historic Orthodox monastery in Kyiv over suspected links to Russian agents. The Kremlin denounced the searches as the latest chapter in Kyiv’s “war” against the Russian church. Located south of the city centre, the 11th century Kyiv Pechersk Lavra

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa is firmly ahead in the race for head of the ruling African National Congress (ANC), garnering more than twice as many party nominations as his challenger, according to a tally issued Tuesday. Ramaphosa, 70, has polled 2,037 nominations from party branches against 916

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