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Dstv Highlights This Week: OITNB and Devious Maids Continue!
by Soko Directory Team

 Homeland airs on M-Net on Mondays at 20:30 CAT

 

If you're a late-night owl, tonight's the time to stay awake because the fourth season of this Emmy Award winning series will keep you company! As last season drew to a close, Carrie, pregnant with the late Brody’s (Damian Lewis) baby, got promoted to a new post overseas, while  Saul (Emmy® and Tony® Award winner Mandy Patinkin) contemplated his future outside of the CIA. Season Four finds Carrie assigned to one of the most volatile and dangerous CIA stations in the world, where she is back on the front lines in the war on terror.
 
 
Orange is the New Black airs on M-Net Edge on Wednesdays at 21:00 CAT -  IS20 ONLY
 
If you love superb series which shine at the Hollywood awards evenings you have to be on M-Net Edge on weekdays.  One of the biggest attractions on M-Net Edge is the much-awaited Orange is the New Black, which has received 12 Primetime Emmy nominations. It's a comedy drama about feisty female inmates and revolves a

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Dufry awarded the Duty Free Concession agreement at JKIA
by Soko Directory Team

Kenya Airports Authority (KAA) and Dufry have signed a Concession Agreement for Development and Management of Duty Free Retail Services under a Single Master License at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, on October 15th 2014. The agreement which was offered after an open competitive international tender, will see Dufry operate an excess of 751 square meters retail space which will include Duty Free Shops, F&B (Café, Restaurant), Communication & Phone Center and Foreign Exchange Service until 2024.

 

 
 
The commercial area is located at the departure of the newly opened Terminal 1A. The new retail space will allow Dufry to offer a comprehensive range of products, and offer its clients a unique shopping experience with additional international and local bestselling brands especially in the Tobacco, Spirits, Fine Food, Perfume &Cosmetics, Fashion and assorted Accessories Jomo Kenyatta International Airport is located in the capital of Kenya and is the largest airport in the

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Our View: Kenya Suffers Setback in Quest To Rejoin EU Exporters
by Old Mutual Securities

Kenya has suffered a setback in its quest to rejoin states that can export goods to the European Union without paying duty after Tanzania refused to sign the pact that East African delegates negotiated this week in Brussels.

 
 
Our view: given that about 87% of Kenyan exports are exported to the EU markets, the introduction of the tariffs (ranging from 5-22%) will definitely lower the value of our exports. This predict negatively to our economy as it indicates a huge possibility of job cuts within the sector. According to the Kenya Association of Manufacturers, about 2 million jobs depend on Kenya’s preferential export terms with Europe.  Among the key exports, cut flowers attract tariffs of 8.5%, fish 6% while fruit juices from Kenya will cost 11.7% more on the European shelves. Processed vegetables and fruits will attract more than 15%.  At least 95% of Kenya’s horticultural exports go to the EU where they have increasingly faced competition from products shipped from Easte

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BBA Update: Kenya’s Sabina Evicted!
by Soko Directory Team

Three more of the Big Brother Hotshots ladies were evicted during Sunday’s live show as Africa gave Lilian (Nigeria), Esther (Uganda) and Sabina (Kenya) their marching orders. Their departures, in conjunction with the evictions of Resa and Mira last week, mean that five ladies have now been evicted from the Hotshots house – and not a single one of the men!
 
Sabina From Kenya 
 
 
The trio was sent home after gathering the fewest votes from Africa over the course of the week, of the nine nominated housemates. JJ received five country votes, while Tayo received three and Permithias two. Four housemates received one country vote each and two housemates received no country votes. The tie-breaker rule again came into effect this week, to separate the four housemates who received one country vote each. Heading into the house for the first time, IK teased Permithias and Idris about their liaisons with the ladies before asking Head of House Samantha to stand and reveal her ‘add

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Weekly Market Report for Week Ended 17th October 2014
by Soko Directory Team

Uchumi sets KES 9 price for rights issue
 
Uchumi has priced its rights issue at KES 9, offering a discount of 10 percent on the market price. Some 99,534,980 shares will be on sale with full subscription set to net the retailer a gross of KES 895.8 million. The cash call price is discounted on its trading price of KES10.15 at the time of announcement. Three new shares are up for grabs for every eight held at the close of register on October 22.
 
 
Equity issues free Equitel SIM cards to customers 
 
Equity Bank has started issuing ordinary SIM cards for telecommunication and mobile banking services to its 8.7 million customers across the country, even as another lawsuit was filed on Tuesday to block its intended launch of the controversial thin-SIM technology.
 
 
KQ sees KES 4bn revenue loss after West Africa flights ban
 
The airline, which is listed at the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE), estimates that it will lose at least four percent of its annual revenues if the

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