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2016-05-03 Toddler Rescued Alive From Collapsed Huruma Building
[Capital FM] Nairobi -There were celebrations Tuesday morning at the site of the collapsed building in Huruma, when a one and a half year-old girl was rescued alive from the rubble - four days following the incident - even as the death toll rose to 23.

2016-05-03 Floods Leave More Than 800 People Homeless
[Nation] More than 800 people were displaced from their homes by raging floods as heavy rains continued to fall across the country.

2016-05-03 Banks' Mobile Cash Plan Fails to Take Off Yet Again
[Nation] Two missed deadlines and uncertainty on when local banks will roll out their interbank switch allowing direct money transfer through mobile phones across the industry now dampen the prospects of the entire plan.

2016-05-03 Kenya Sets Sights On EU Market for Its Mangoes
[Nation] Kenya is eyeing the lucrative European Union market for its mangoes as efforts to improve quality of the produce begin bearing fruits.

2016-05-03 Kenya's Long History of Housing Disasters
[IRIN] Nairobi -The Kenyan authorities have promised dire punishment for all those responsible for the collapse of a six-storey apartment building in Nairobi's low-income Haruma suburb on Friday, in which at least 16 people died and scores are still missing.

2016-05-03 2016 IAAF Diamond League - Money, Points, Statistics
[Capital FM] Zurich -The 2016 edition of the IAAF Diamond League gets underway on Friday in Doha and is followed by a meeting in Shanghai on Saturday May 14, providing an outstanding curtain-raiser to this year's series.

2016-05-03 Owners of Huruma Building Face Manslaughter Charges
[Nation] The two brothers who own the building that collapsed in Huruma, Nairobi, will face manslaughter charges once the death toll has been established, police records have revealed.

2016-05-03 Girl Rescued From Rubble of Collapsed Nairobi Building
[Nation] A one and a half-year-old girl was on Tuesday morning pulled alive from the rubble three days after a building collapsed in Huruma, Nairobi.

2016-05-02 Juba Asks Nairobi Court to Release Frozen Funds
[East African] Troubled South Sudanese government wants the Kenyan High Court to reverse an order it issued attaching a bank account it has with CfC Stanbic Bank, arguing that the $18 million in the account is part of the country's emergency operation fund.

2016-05-02 City Hall Waives Fees for Drainage Repairs
[Nation] City Hall has waived permit fees for homes and businesses undertaking drainage repairs following heavy rains that have left homesteads and other buildings flooded.

2016-05-02 Developer of Collapsed Building Arrested
[Nation] The owner of a building that collapsed on Friday evening killing 19 people has been arrested.

2016-05-03 Three Sugar Millers to Make Own Electricity
[Nation] Three sugar firms plan to generate up to 18 megawatts (MW) of electricity to help cut on their operational costs ahead of the expected stiffer competition when the industry is fully open to external rivals next year.

2016-05-03 Loans Window Opens for Chase Bank Clients
[Nation] Chase Bank customers will be able to access loans and other payments beginning tomorrow, KCB Group CEO Joshua Oigara has said.

2016-05-03 Lamu - Lands Commission Says 'No' to Demands for More Money in Lapsset Deals
[Nation] A fresh row is brewing between members of the Kililana Farmers Organisation and the National Lands Commission (NLC) over the allocation of their land to the Lamu Port-South Sudan-Ethiopia-Transport (Lapsset) corridor project.

2016-05-03 Security Lapse Blamed for Theft of Chuka Hospital Equipment
[Nation] Police conducting investigations into the theft of a Sh4 million anaesthesia kit from Chuka Hospital in Tharaka-Nithi County have blamed the incident on poor security at the facility.

2016-05-03 NGOs to Contest New CDF Law
[Nation] A group of NGOs will on Wednesday move to court to file a case to challenge the legality of the new law on the Constituency Development Fund (CDF) saying it is unconstitutional.

2016-05-03 Want Big Projects? Join Hands, African Firms Told
[Nation] African companies seeking to play a bigger role in developing the continent will need cross-border consolidation and deep pockets to compete against global players.

2016-05-03 At Least 20,000 Expected At Lucy Kibaki Funeral
[Nation] At least 20,000 people, including 1,000 dignitaries, are expected to attend the funeral of former first lady Lucy Kibaki in Othaya, Nyeri on Saturday.

2016-05-03 Jubilee in 'Wicked' Plot to Win Western Votes - Wetang'ula
[Nation] Senate Minority Leader Moses Wetang'ula has hit out at the Jubilee administration for "failing the western region population".

2016-05-03 Kenya Woos S. Sudan After Oil Pipeline Deal With Uganda Collapses
[Nation] Kenya is reviving its deal with South Sudan in which the latter will export oil through Lamu Port. This is aimed at increasing use of the Lokichar-Lamu crude oil pipeline.

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