Design of Africa’s largest solar plant in Garissa gets ready
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Work on Kenya's modest solar energy power plant being built at a cost of sh 12.8 billion in Garissa County is set to start in due course.

Standard Gauge Railway raises China imports to Sh337b
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China and India remained the two top sources of imports for Kenya in the last year, with the value of goods from the former being boosted by the ongoing Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) works.

Donkey meat firm on the spot for poor waste disposal
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A 50-kilometre drive from Nakuru towards Mogotio in Baringo leads to the sleepy Chemogoch village, the home of Kenya's first operational donkey slaughterhouse.

Nairobi to bill aspirants for billboards if advertising firms default
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The Nairobi County government will start charging politicians who put up billboards directly if their outdoor advertising firms default payment to City Hall.

Government could issue debut Islamic bond using current laws
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Kenya will issue its debut Islamic bond planned for the fiscal year starting in July under existing laws as it pushes legal reforms aimed at boosting Islamic finance, a senior government official said.

Millers sink further into the red as losses hit Sh3b
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Financial woes facing local sugar millers have deepened further with three factories reporting more than Sh3.3 billion in losses, according to the latest Auditor General’s report.

How to protect yourself from a micromanaging boss
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Working under a great boss is a dream come true for many a career builder. This is a boss who supervises the subordinate’s work to attain corporate goals while providing an enabling environment for the employee’s personal career development.

Fake news by bloggers could mess 2017 elections
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A good case study of what fake news dissemination can achieve was seen in the Busia County nominations — where the front page of a local newspaper was ‘manipulated’ to proclaim the defection of Dr Paul Otuoma from ODM to Jubilee Party.

Looking for a new job? Please, don’t tell LinkedIn
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While having a resume means you’re looking for a job, having a LinkedIn profile does not send the same signal.

State cracks down on illegal cosmetics
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Kenya Bureau of Standards confiscated cosmetics and beauty products worth thousands of shillings in a new crackdown on River Road.

How to choose TV that will display 4K HDR content for best viewing experience
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It is likely that you have come across the term 4K HDR in your recent visit to an electronics shop or while streaming a movie.

KCB starts sending staff home to save Sh2billion per year
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Kenya's KCB Group, the country's biggest lender by assets, said it has offered employees voluntary early retirement in a bid to save 2 billion shillings ($19.36 million) each year.

Carpenters, bakers were once listed on NSE
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You wouldn’t believe that the Nairobi Securities Exchange once boasted of a bakery, a furniture dealer, a dry cleaner, a sack concern, a timber firm, a milling entity and a road construction company trading their shares there.

Slum that is watering down Thika's real estate market
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Some 40 kilometres North West of Nairobi lies Kiandutu, a rapidly growing slum in Kiambu County. The houses here are made of corrugated iron sheets and mud. This sprawling slum is a hindrance to the growth of the nearby Thika Town.