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Court stops rollout of Equity's thin SIM cards

Main Topix: Communications Authority Of Kenya - Equity Bank
A Member Of The House Committee On Communication And Energy Tries Out A Thin SIM Card During A Hearing  On September 5, 2014. PHOTO | FILE A member of the House Committee on Communication and Energy tries out a thin SIM card during a hearing on September 5, 2014.

Coverage from South Africa Newspapers

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    High Court blocks thin SIM technology roll-out

Brawls, House chaos as police laws passed - VIDEO

Main Topix: Rights Promotion And Protection Centre - Harambee Avenue And Parliament Road
Cord Members Of Parliament Protest Against The Passing Of The Security Amendment Bill 2014 Outside Parliament. PHOTO | JEFF ANGOTE | NATION MEDIA GROUP Five senators kicked out of the Speaker’s gallery amid tension. About seven people who attempted to publicly declare their disapproval of the Bill were arrested.

Speaker splashed with water in House chaos

Main Topix: MP Ababu Namwamba And Suba MP John Mbadi - Kithure Kindiki And Moses Wetang
Budalang’i MP Ababu Namwamba And Suba MP John Mbadi Protest After Cord Senators Were Barred From The Speaker’s Gallery In Parliament, Nairobi, On December 18, 2014. PHOTO | JEFF ANGOTE Budalang’i MP Ababu Namwamba and Suba MP John Mbadi protest after Cord senators were barred from the Speaker’s Gallery in Parliament, Nairobi, on December 18, 2014.

Fallen flat death toll rises to six

Main Topix: Kenya National Disaster Operation Centre - Technical University Of Kenya
A victim of the Makongeni building collapse arrives at Kenyatta National Hospital in Nairobi for treatment on December 17, 2014.

Bill sails through with changes

Main Topix: National Intelligence Service - National Police Service
Security officers prevent Cord senators from entering Parliament’s chambers during the chaotic debate before the passing of the Security Laws (Amendment) Bill on December 18, 2014.

Obesity could be disability, rules EU court

Main Topix: European Court Of Justice - European Union
The European Union’s highest court ruled Thursday that obesity can be considered a “disability” if it hinders an overweight person’s performance at work.

Coverage from Uganda Newspapers

Day of shame as controversial security bill divides Parliament but pushes through

Main Topix: Senate Minority Leader Moses Wetang - Kenya National Assembly
CORD senators and MPs are blocked from entering the National Assembly main chamber by Parliament orderlies.

Brokers want KRA to suspend capital gains tax on stocks

Main Topix: Nairobi Securities Exchange - Blair Investment Bank
Brokers Monitor Trading At The Nairobi Securities Exchange. PHOTO | SALATON NJAU Brokers monitor trading at the Nairobi Securities Exchange. Stockbrokers have called for the suspension of the law citing need for more time to make changes to their systems in order to accommodate calculation of the tax on transactions.
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Kimaiyo moves more than 100 senior police officers

NAIROBI: More than 100 senior police officers have been moved and confirmed to new ranks and positions in changes announced by Inspector General of police David Kimaiyo.