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2/27/2001 200 Tanzanians Return home from exile in Kenya
Up "They are saying that they are returning home, following pleas from the (Tanzanian) Union and Zanzibar government authorities that they will not be arrested and the situation (in Zanzibar and Pemba) is calm,"

Zanzibar Police Commissioner Khalid Nuizan

Posted: 2/27/2001 10:06:26

2/26/2001 Rift between Kenya and the IMF and World Bank continues
Up The chiefs of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) held talks with Kenyan President Daniel arap Moi here Sunday, which centered on the east African country's strained relations with the donor institutions and its ailing economy.
Posted: 2/26/2001 14:35:27

2/19/2001 Drought may result in death of 80,000 children
Up About 80,000 Kenyan children are facing death from malnutrition and other infections due to prolonged drought,
Posted: 2/19/2001 14:44:41

2/15/2001 More on the Visa saga - Comments from the Kenya Tourist Board
Up "It was a short notice given by the government, however, we at the board have to work swiftly to ensure that the process takes off successfully,"

Ms Beatrice Buyu, the KTB managing director.
Posted: 2/15/2001 9:49:08

2/15/2001 Kenyan Peacekeepers off to Eritria
Up Seventy one Kenyan soldiers left yesterday morning for a year's peacekeeping mission in Eritrea. This brings to nearly 2,000 the number of Kenyan male and female soldiers assigned peacekeeping duties in at least three countries. At least 300 soldiers are already serving in East Timor, more than 800 are in Sierra Leone, while the Eritrea mission, christened Kenbatt 7, will top 600 once fully established. Tens of others are stationed in various countries in the world as military observers.
Posted: 2/15/2001 9:56:54

2/15/2001 Kenyan Government to get TOUGH on illegal arms
Up Kenyan authorities Tuesday announced plans to introduce tough laws to curb the proliferation of illegal firearms and light weapons in the country. Under the envisaged laws, persons found in possession of unlicensed firearms would face a 46-year jail term, while suspects would not be granted bail until their cases are heard and determined.
Posted: 2/15/2001 10:00:00

2/14/2001 Kenya looses Danish Aid
Up "It is difficult to believe that the Ministry of Health threw away a Sh600 million grant, only to spend Sh2.3 billion from the Treasury. This beats logic,"
Posted: 2/14/2001 9:58:08

2/14/2001 Zanzibar calls on refugees in Kenya to return home
Up "Zanzibar Government welcomes back home all its citizens living as refugees in Mombasa and elsewhere. It is now peaceful and no one will be charged in court for anything. The Government shall make sure the wounded get proper treatment."

A message broadcast on state television late Monday (2/12/01)
Posted: 2/14/2001 10:04:01

2/13/2001 Kenya's economy contracts for the first time since 1963
Up Officials said the decline in GDP in the 12 months to November was the economy's worst performance since independence in 1963, and that the final numbers for the year 2000 could be even worse.

"It is very likely it will be less (worse) than negative 0.3% by December,"

Central bank official
Posted: 2/13/2001 14:52:27

2/13/2001 Kenya wants foreign investment in the power sector
Up The Kenyan government has said that it welcomes foreign investors to support and develop the  power industry in the country as the government has fully  liberalized the sector.
Posted: 2/13/2001 14:56:07

2/13/2001 The kenyans are coming! The Kenyans are coming!
Up More than 100 Kenyan companies are to take part in a tourism and trade exhibition in Los Angeles, California 23-30 May this year.
Posted: 2/13/2001 15:00:03

2/12/2001 Renewed Clashes Over Constitutional Reform (Times of India)
Up Several people were injured and many others arrested when police violently broke up several reform rallies in western Kenya on February 12 2001
Posted: 2/12/2001 10:00:15

2/12/2001 Police hunt down MP sympathizers of reform movement in Western Kenya
Up "I knew they were police officers. I asked my driver to slow down and I jumped into a matatu headed for Kisumu. They thought I was still in the car and blocked it, only to find I had melted,"

Prof. Anyang'-Nyong'o describing how he evaded police on his way to the Kisumu ralles
Posted: 2/12/2001 10:01:50

2/7/2001 Government Reimposes Entry Visas
Up There has been a great deal of hullabaloo about the Government's decision to re-impose visa requirements for tourists destined for Kenya. Interested parties, notably tour operators and hotel-owners, have been crying foul and threatening dire consequences should the visa requirement be re-imposed.

"We want to think of the visa issue very carefully. Money here might not be the factor, but we will re-design the entire concept and we want details from you about the effects of visa charges on tourism," The update on this story (2/14/2001) can be found here

Mr Biwott at a meetings of industry players in Malindi and Mombasa.
Posted: 2/7/2001 16:28:10

2/7/2001 'Dream Team' on the way out?
Up The Public Service Commission wrote to the [Dream Team] technocrats two weeks ago informing them that the contracts would not be renewed under existing terms, reportedly around Ksh2 million ($25,000) per month per individual. 
Posted: 2/7/2001 16:32:24


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