READ COUNT: 364 Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu’s decline to renew land lease for Del Monte Kenya could flop due to several legal hurdles. According to a Malindi Court ruling last week, it was established that ….
READ COUNT: 2,267 Kiambu County Governor Ferdinand Waititu is in the eye of a storm over his decision ruling out renewal of Del Monte’s land lease. A section of county leaders has expressed their discontentment ….
READ COUNT: 354 Passenger sales for the Madaraka Express launched exactly one year ago have hit Sh1 billion, Kenya Railways Managing Director Atanas Maina said yesterday. Maina said the in the first anniversary, the Madaraka ….
READ COUNT: 136 Ten commercial banks linked to processing clients’ transactions from the National Youth Service are in the red as they risk losing their operating license. However, even with the magnitude of consequences that ….
READ COUNT: 635 Industrialist Chris Kirubi has for the first time spoken on why he has held back for years from investing in Nyanza, an opposition stronghold. Yesterday, Kirubi told opposition leader Raila Odinga who ….
READ COUNT: 248 Co-op Bank chief executive is the best-paid professional serving in a public listed company. In its annual report, Co-op Bank said it paid the CEO a Sh370 million in the year ended December ….
READ COUNT: 304 An extra Sh103.7 million has been allocated for the office of the wife of the Deputy President William Ruto to hire staff. Going by budget estimates for the year starting July according to Business ….
READ COUNT: 256 A Sh200 million grant for non-profit and social-based enterprises using technology to improve lives has been unveiled by Technology Firm Google. The grant will be shared out among 12 finalists of the ….
READ COUNT: 453 American Security agencies will on Monday conduct an audit of the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) to determine the fate of direct flights between Nairobi and New York scheduled for October. The ….
READ COUNT: 204 Talking about hard financial times since the year started? Well, this is not the case for an estimated 4, 123 Kenyans who have since January bought brand new world’s high-end vehicles worth ….