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An additional 600 cancer specialists from Kenya will undergo training in the next four years in a move aimed at improving local capacity to diagnose and treat the disease. The East African Development Bank (EADB) and the British Council announced on Friday that they have partnered with the UK’s Royal College of Physicians to roll […]

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The British Airways has said its expansion programme on the Kenyan route will continue despite the June 23 vote that commits the United Kingdom to exit the European Union (EU). Slightly over a month ago the airline increased its passenger capacity between London and Nairobi by introducing the Boeing 474-400 adding 784 seats a week […]

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Kenya is seeking to cut the charges on sending money home from foreign countries to less than three per cent of the amount transacted. Currently, the average cost from the UK, for example, is 6.6 per cent of the amount. The move is part of an initiative called Nairobi Action Plan on Remittances, spearheaded by […]

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Kenyans working abroad sent home a record Sh14.6 billion in the month of May, driven by a rebound of inflows from Europe. Diaspora remittances from Europe shot up by Sh600 million or 14.8 per cent from the month of April, to increase the region’s contribution to 31.8 per cent of total inflows. The month of […]

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The 25th European Film Festival opens next week on May 12, missing three of its European Union members but adding two new ones. For the first time, Austria, Denmark and Italy are not presenting films at the festival despite the festival’s theme being ‘Integration’. It’s especially unfortunate as Italy’s film ‘Fire at Sea’ won the […]

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