Kenyans can now buy brand new clothes for as low as Sh50 from the Export Processing Zones that were recently allowed to sell their products locally.
There is nothing as exciting as when the Peasant Farmer parks his jalopy at the ‘restricted-entry’ area of big and small hotels.
While most people would dispose of jerrycans after using the oil in them or use them to store water, a farmer in Burumba, Busia County, has found a better use for them.
One of my clients, James Njogu has been a chicken farmer for close to 10 years now. I met Njogu in one of the poultry farmers’ training session we held in Thika town last year.
Some 23,000 potato farmers in 13 counties have signed agreements with financial institutions for cheaper loans.
I had just finished my Fourth Form and wasn’t sure I would secure a place at vet school when Lazaro’s only cow suffered a “funny disease”.
Farming in this era of climate change has become like playing lottery
Gospel artiste Rufftone has no doubt made a mark in the music industry. But what many people may not know is that he is also striving to make a mark on the farming front. Yep, the guy is a solid dairy farmer.
High Court Judge George Odunga on Friday issued order extending Imperial Bank receivership by 90 days.
The National Treasury has confirmed that it has cleared all the tax refunds that it owed manufacturers as it gears for tabling of the 2017-18 budget.
Digital money transfer service WorldRemit and KCB have set up a new money remittance service for the diaspora.
Tax incentives are attracting automobile firms into the Kenyan market, with Italian automaker Iveco being the latest to set up an assembly line for light and heavy commercial vehicles.
The Government has signed a Sh18 billion deal with two Chinese firms to rehabilitate 206km of roads in South Nyanza.
The Muslim community in Kenya has launched a sharia-compliant TV station. Horizon Television Network, under the Jamia Mosque Committee Nairobi, aims to fight Islamic extremism in Kenya and the region.