Last Updated: July 22, 2014 12:13

Kisumu governor disowns Sh7b waste management MOU

Kisumu Governor Jack Ranguma has disassociated his office from a recently signed Sh7billion solid waste management Memorandum of Understanding deal.

Mumias' plummeting stock worries shareholders

In January 2007, Mumias Sugar Company Limited’s stock turned into a phenomenon, with investors taking bank loans to enable them buy the shares, then trading at around Sh50.

Two more people killed in Mombasa gun attack

Two people were on Tuesday morning shot dead in a gun attack at a bar in Majengo area, Mombasa.

Spy agency NIS seeks direct access to your calls and SMS

Government spies could soon have unfettered access to your cellphone messages and emails if a Bill proposing the removal of a requirement they first get court warrants before trawling through your private messages sails through National Assembly.

Truth behind delay in Kenya's parastatal reforms

The much-hyped public sector restructuring process is being held back by the delayed enactment of critical laws.

Busia farmer turns Sh7,000 into Sh100,000 with soya beans

Mr Joseph Ebu is a smallholder farmer in South Teso district in Busia County.


Hunt on for new coach: Bobby Williamson likely to take over from Adel Amrouche

Experienced Scotsman has emerged as the firm favourite to take over at Harambee Stars following the one year suspension of Adel Amrouche.


Proposal to privatize Kenya prison system for better services, higher revenue

Poor services in prisons could be a thing of the past if a call for the Government to privatise the facilities is heeded.

The Counties

Counties headed for serious cash crunch

Fears of a cash crisis in the counties is growing as a dispute between the National Assembly and the Senate over a crucial Bill holds up funds meant to run county operations.



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