Optimism: Crop has been fetching as low as Sh30 to Sh50 a kilo in Taita-Taveta but farmers can now expect Sh70 per kiloRead More »
Rates: Despite some banks scrapping joining fees, annual maintenance charges and heavy penaltiesRead More »
Procurement Review: The preferential treatments are contained in Treasury’s draft amendment to procurement regulationsRead More »
Access to lucrative markets for farm produce seems to keep the youth away from farms. Most farmers are usually at the mercy of middlemen.Read More »
A noble idea to get residents living around the endangered Kakamega forest into domesticating some plants with medicinal value has finally paid off, 12 years later.Read More »
Naushad Merali, an Asian-Kenyan tycoon, knows how to profit from deals.
Desperate Nairobians out to do everything to join this exclusive fraternity, are now falling into the hands of conmen, who at a fee are promising membership.