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ENTERTAINMENT

A significant number of Kenyans studying in the U.S. may be forced to return home. This follows a directive by the U.S.

Coffee farmers now want the government to suspend the implementation of the Capital Markets (Coffee Exchange) regulations 2020 which took effect on

BUSINESS

A significant number of Kenyans studying in the U.S. may be forced to return home. This follows a directive by the U.S.

Coffee farmers now want the government to suspend the implementation of the Capital Markets (Coffee Exchange) regulations 2020 which took effect on

SPORT NEWS
FASHION

Cash-strapped East African Portland Cement Company has declared all positions in the company redundant citing an unprecedented cash crunch. The Athi River-based manufacturer, in a letter to staff painted a bleak financial position, saying it

Centum Investment company is set to sell its entire shareholding in king beverage to Danish Brewing East Africa. King Beverage has been the Kenya distributor for Carlsberg beer since it was established in

Inadequate funding within the agricultural sector remains one of the major setbacks to the sector achieving its full potential. According to a 2019 World Bank report, while Kenya represents a vibrant and

HEALTH

By Vincent Odhiambo | A bitter leadership row is brewing at the Kenya National Union of Nurses (KNUN) with a section of the union’s leadership now calling for the immediate removal of the General Secretary, Seth Panyako. A section of KNUN’s National Governing Council has accused Panyako

247 people have tested positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19), raising the total number of coronavirus cases in Kenya to 7,188. The cases are out of 4,147 samples that were tested in the past 24 hours, according to the Health Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS) Rashid Aman. “Our cumulative samples tested

By Daisy Okanga | Public hospitals in the country have started to receive locally manufactured Personal Protective Equipment (PPES) for use by healthcare workers dealing with COVID-19 patients. So far, 68 public hospitals have been identified by the Ministry of Health that will receive PPEs for

A significant number of Kenyans studying in the U.S. may be forced to return home. This follows a directive by the U.S. Immigration

Coffee farmers now want the government to suspend the implementation of the Capital Markets (Coffee Exchange) regulations 2020 which took effect on July

By PSCU | President Uhuru Kenyatta today at Harambee House, Nairobi signed six Bills into law. The Bills, from the Senate and

By Vincent Odhiambo | A bitter leadership row is brewing at the Kenya National Union of Nurses (KNUN) with a section

247 people have tested positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19), raising the total number of coronavirus cases in Kenya to 7,188. The cases

By Daisy Okanga | Public hospitals in the country have started to receive locally manufactured Personal Protective Equipment (PPES) for use

A significant number of Kenyans studying in the U.S. may be forced to return home. This follows a directive by the U.S. Immigration

Coffee farmers now want the government to suspend the implementation of the Capital Markets (Coffee Exchange) regulations 2020 which took effect on July

By PSCU | President Uhuru Kenyatta today at Harambee House, Nairobi signed six Bills into law. The Bills, from the Senate and

More than two dozen new Coronavirus cases in China and the first New Zealand infections in almost a month on Tuesday underlined the

The Democratic Republic of Congo has recorded up to 17 Ebola cases in a new outbreak of the deadly virus in the Western

Telecommunications company Liquid telecom has entered into a partnership with Twiga foods to increase agricultural productivity through precision farming. Through the partnership, Liquid Telecom

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A significant number of Kenyans studying in the U.S. may be forced to return home. This follows a directive by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) that international students enrolled in U.S. colleges and universities who switch to online-only courses will have to leave the country or risk deportation. Under the directive, the ICE expects foreign students in the U.S. to either transfer to an in-person instruction to remain in lawful status or leave the country. This is because the department of homeland security’s student and exchange visitor programme normally limits the number of online classes a non-immigrant student can attend under the student visa programme. The new order by the U.S immigration body has now removed that exemption. Consequently, Kenyan students whose classes were switched to online-only due to COVID-19, now risk losing fees paid in advance in case their student’s visas are revoked. Kenya ranks third among the Sub-Saharan African countries in the number of students enrolled in U.S colleges and universities.

A significant number of Kenyans studying in the U.S. may be forced to return home. This follows a directive by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) that international students enrolled in U.S. colleges and universities who switch to online-only courses will have to leave the country or risk deportation. Under the directive, the ICE expects foreign students in the U.S. to either transfer to an in-person instruction to remain in lawful status or leave the country. This is because the department of homeland security’s student and exchange visitor programme normally limits the number of online classes a non-immigrant student can attend under the student visa programme. The new order by the U.S immigration body has now removed that exemption. Consequently, Kenyan students whose classes were switched to online-only due to COVID-19, now risk losing fees paid in advance in case their student’s visas are revoked. Kenya ranks third among the Sub-Saharan African countries in the number of students enrolled in U.S colleges and universities.

A significant number of Kenyans studying in the U.S. may be forced to return home. This follows a directive by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) that international students enrolled in U.S. colleges and universities who switch to online-only courses will have to leave the country or risk deportation. Under the directive, the ICE expects foreign students in the U.S. to either transfer to an in-person instruction to remain in lawful status or leave the country. This is because the department of homeland security’s student and exchange visitor programme normally limits the number of online classes a non-immigrant student can attend under the student visa programme. The new order by the U.S immigration body has now removed that exemption. Consequently, Kenyan students whose classes were switched to online-only due to COVID-19, now risk losing fees paid in advance in case their student’s visas are revoked. Kenya ranks third among the Sub-Saharan African countries in the number of students enrolled in U.S colleges and universities.