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It's time for Kenya to review libel laws

Kegoro is right. The law of libel has been twisted to stifle fair comment and criticism.

Your Tuesday Breakfast Briefing

The stories making headlines in the Star this morning.

Focus on development, and avoid reckless talk

It does not reflect well on government that it is riven by such divisions.

It's time to relook at safety of police in north Kenya

This war of attrition is costly in human lives and resources.

Your Saturday Breakfast Briefing

The stories making headlines in the Star this morning.

Poor leadership has held back African, and Kenyan, football

Kenya has strong players like Wanyama and Olunga and should make an impact in Egypt .

Critics of state aren't 'enemies of progress'

The government should not demonise its critics. They also wish the best for Kenya.

Nationalisation won't solve KQ's problems

49% of KQ owned by govt, 38% lenders Company, 8% KLM, 5% percent NSE.

Contract system right way for civil servants

Government has had trouble getting all its employees to work hard.

Encroachment threatens future Rhino Ark funding

Thousands of farmers cultivate veges and keep livestock inside the Rhino Ark

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