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Why we should embrace new structural engineering codes

BREAKING NEWS headlines in Kenya today

  • Moses Kuria’s Fresh Demands After Ruto Conceded Running Mate Role
  • Kisumu building owner, contractor to face manslaughter charges

  • Why we should embrace new structural engineering codes

  • More pain at the pump as fuel prices shoot up in the latest review

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Moses Kuria’s Fresh Demands After Ruto Conceded Running Mate Role

Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria on Tuesday, September 14, issued new demands after Deputy President William Ruto confirmed he would pick a running mate from Mt Kenya.

  • The MP stated that the next deputy president must be from Mt Kenya and reiterated that the region would not negotiate on that. read more on kenyans.co.ke

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Kisumu building owner, contractor to face manslaughter charges

The owner of the ill-fated two-storey building that collapsed in Mamboleo, Kisumu County on Monday, together with the contractor, will be charged in court on Friday.

The site of the building that collapsed in Mamboleo, Kisumu on September 13, 2021, killing three people. The owner and the contractor will be charged in court on Friday.
Tonny Omondi | Nation Media Group

The two, who were arrested on Monday, are likely to be charged with negligence and manslaughter, following the incident that claimed three lives.

At the same time, it has emerged that the collapsed building was inspected twice by the National Construction Authority (NCA) read more on Nation Africa

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Why we should embrace new structural engineering codes

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By Shammah Kiteme and Jane Maina | September 15th 2021

As the world becomes more of a global village, so too will global quality standards keep evolving to keep up with the times. For instance, emerging global trends will soon make it necessary for Kenyan engineers to abandon the use of British Standards and Codes of Practice for engineering structures and adopt what is now commonly known as Structural Eurocodes.

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A business building that collapsed in Kamukunji. [Wilberforce Okwiri,Standard]
Over the years, British Standards and Codes of Practice have been widely used in structural engineering practice in Kenya. However, in 2010, the British Standards Institution, the European Union member countries and the European Free Trade Association changed from using British Standards to Structural Eurocodes, ontinue reading on the stardard

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4. the-star.co.ke

KEVIN CHERUIYOT Online Journalist

More pain at the pump as fuel prices shoot up in the latest review

• A litre of Super Petrol will retail at Sh7.58, Sh7.94 for a litre of Diesel, and Sh12.97 for Kerosene.

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An attendant fueling a car/FILE

• Super Petrol, Diesel, and Kerosene will retail at Sh134.72, Sh115.60, and Sh110.82 per litre respectively in Nairobi.

rea more on the star.co.ke 

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5.TUKO.co.ke

CBC Isn’t Perfect But the Train Has Left: Magoha Tells Off Critics of New Curriculum Read more:

Tuesday, September 14, 2021 at 4:40 PM by  Naomi Wandede

Education CS George Magoha said teachers should use what they have around them and stop complicating the new curriculum.

Magoha told off critics to stop distracting parents and over 5 million children who have already hooked up with CBC.

Magoha also asserted that the printing of study materials should be optional for those who can afford it Read more: 

 

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