Saturday May 18
Mail on Sunday
Viraj Mashru: Spoilt son, 21, is jailed for three years after faking...
A spoilt student who faked his own kidnap in a bid to extort his wealthy father out of 614,000 in gold bullion has been jailed for more than three years.
Thu May 16, 2013
7/7 bomber's widow linked to terrorist cell
THE fugitive "white widow" of a 7/7 London bomber, who attempted to steal the identity of a Thorpe Bay woman, has been linked to a terrorist organisation.
Kenyatta, Ssekandi hail Rotary for fostering development in ......
By Rotarian PDG Robert Ssebunnya Over the weekend, Rotarians from Great Lakes Region and the Horn of Africa thronged Kenya's eastern Seaport Municipality of Mombasa to attend the 88th Special Rotary District Conference and Assembly.
Tue May 14, 2013
Kenya: Public Awareness Campaign for Court Procedures
A human rights organisation has launched a public awareness campaign on election petitions filed at Mombasa law courts.
Kenya: Twelve Die in Seperate Road Accidents
Five people died early this morning following an accident the Mombasa highway a few kilometers past Mtito Andei.
Kenya: Efficient Port Is Key to Kenya's Growth - World Bank Economist
Poor operations at the port of Mombasa remains one of the main hurdles to Kenya's growth, the World Bank's lead economist in the region, Wolfgang Fengler has said.
Oh My!: Obama's Kenyan Birth Certificate Submitted To The...
BRIEF OF AMICUS CURIAE LUCAS DANIEL SMITH, PRO SE, IN SUPPORT OF APPELLANTS. HUGH McINNISH, et al.
Safaricom rallies on FY profit leap, shilling flat
Shares in Safaricom climbed 3.6 percent after Kenya's biggest telecoms firm posted a surge in full-year profit underpinned by strong growth in non-voice revenues.
Malaysian National News Agency
Fragile Ecosystem Of Kenya's Mombasa Island Needs Protection: Environmentalists
MOMBASA, KENYA, May 14 -- Mombasa Island at this Kenyan Indian Ocean port city has become a fragile ecosystem which needs to be protected, environmentalists say.
Mon May 13, 2013
Tanzania: Heavy Rains Cut Transport to Tanzania
TRANSPORT remained paralysed along Msambweni-Lunga Lunga road for the second day after the road was cut off following heavy rains.
Mail on Sunday
Now White Widow is connected to British-born Al Qaeda bomb maker
Now White Widow is connected to British-born Al Qaeda bomb maker: Fugitive wife of 7/7 terrorist was key link between Pakistan and East African extremists The fugitive 'white widow' of a 7/7 London bomber was a key link between Al Qaeda terrorists in Pakistan and their fighters in East Africa, it has emerged.
Kenya: Businessman Linked to 'Heroin' Container
POLICE have linked a 40-feet container suspected to carry heroine impounded at the port of Mombasa to a prominent businessman mentioned in drug smuggling syndicates.
Kenya: County 'Mps' Down Tools Over Pay
Members of County Assemblies across the country have vowed not to play their legislative role in the devolved governments until the central government gives in to their demands for a pay increase.
Kenya: Mombasa Jam Stops Motorists
FIVE cars involved in an accident at the Mombasa Nyali bridge yesterday evening caused a major traffic snarl up for close to four hours.
Kenya: Eleven Women Arrested for Shooting Pornographic Video
Eleven women and a foreigner have been arrested in Nyali,Mombasa after they were found shooting a pornographic movie with a dog.
Sun May 12, 2013
Fuel shortage looming over Mombasa oil refinery crisis
By Chris Kiwawulo Uganda might experience a fuel shortage following a row between the Mombasa oil refinery and marketers that plunged the facility into a financial crisis, experts have warned.
KQ jet targets new cargo volumes
The new jet will help the airline capitalise on cargo business as it seeks to contain the surge in demand for cargo services.
Sat May 11, 2013
White widow plots attack on British tourists
A TERROR suspect known as the White Widow is feared to be plotting to blow up British tourists at a paradise resort.
Somalia: Somali Prisoners in Kenya Call for the Government to Intervene
Mombasa Somali youths alleged to be pirates who are imprisoned in Kenya call for the federal government to intervene and meet the Kenyan representatives to be freed.
Fri May 10, 2013
Florida Baptist Witness
Missionary teacher - travels light' from Africa to High Springs
HIGH SPRINGS - In Kenya for 28 years Jenny Musen learned to be flexible and willing to move about at the Baptist High School in Mombasa and as a volunteer coordinator in Nairobi.