Rwanda and Africa50 to fast-track operationalisation of Kigali smart city
IA seeks to unlock the next phase of development, following the unveiling of the urban master plan for KIC.
By 9 days ago
Rwanda and Africa50 to fast-track operationalisation of Kigali smart city
Murkomen opposes EVs tax plan, says it will reverse gains
Treasury is seeking to impose 16 per cent VAT on electric bikes and buses, as well as solar and lithium-ion batteries.
By 8 days ago
Murkomen opposes EVs tax plan, says it will reverse gains
Fraud, cyber incidents and corruption are threats to businesses
Globally, cyber incidents, business interruption, natural catastrophes, changes in legislation, and macroeconomic developments are the top five business risks.
By 10 days ago
Fraud, cyber incidents and corruption are threats to businesses
Italian agriculture machinery firms to scout for business in Nairobi
Italian agriculture machinery firms to scout for business in Nairobi
By 9 days ago
Italian agriculture machinery firms to scout for business in Nairobi
State to clear ID cards backlog in 30 days
Immigration PS Julius Bitok said the backlog was occasioned by a court case that stopped production in November last year and breakdown of the printing machine. 
By 10 days ago
State to clear ID cards backlog in 30 days
CS Ndungu says population to grow to 58 million by 2030 as government unveils population policy
Kenyan population is projected to grow to 53.3 million by next year and 57.8 million by 2030 from the current 54.03 million and 82.6 million by 2050.
By 15 days ago
CS Ndungu says population to grow to 58 million by 2030 as government unveils population policy
Cutting-edge innovation saving endangered rhinos from poachers
Wildlife is one of the major tourist attractions, but poaching remains a serious threat to their numbers. Sadly, the most targeted species are on the verge of extinction.
By 19 days ago
Cutting-edge innovation saving endangered rhinos from poachers
AU to engage media more in fostering peace
African Union will integrate media and civil society organisations in programmes and activities to foster peace and security in the continent.
By 22 days ago
AU to engage media more in fostering peace
NHC to construct 110,000 affordable houses, says Wahome
Lands CS Alice Wahome said NHC will construct 100,000 units under the Affordable Housing Programme, 5,000 units under the commercial band, and a further 5,000 as student hostel rooms.
By 23 days ago
NHC to construct 110,000 affordable houses, says Wahome
Relief for pedestrians as new footbridge comes up along Mombasa road
Since the completion of the expressway, pedestrians and workforce between General Motors to Airtel Kenya have having a challenge of crossing to the other side of the road.
By 28 days ago
Relief for pedestrians as new footbridge comes up along Mombasa road
UN agency, firm to host credit rating forum in Nairobi
The United Nations Development Programme Africa (UNDP Africa) will host a high-level panel discussion on credit rating in partnership with Africatalyst.
By 29 days ago
UN agency, firm to host credit rating forum in Nairobi
Boost for renewable energy as EPRA launches guidelines
The guidelines provide a roadmap that will help to kick-start production and use of green hydrogen and its derivatives.
By 1 month ago
Boost for renewable energy as EPRA launches guidelines
Tech companies commit to spearhead AI in healthcare
Mitsumi Distribution and Dell Technologies are set to host workshops that will focus on artificial intelligence and its applications.
By 1 month ago
Tech companies commit to spearhead AI in healthcare
Firm charts green energy path with low-carbon emission engines
The Egyptian-based company has been making significant strides in Kenya’s automotive industry since its inception in the country three years ago.
By 1 month ago
Firm charts green energy path with low-carbon emission engines
Kenya roots for green buildings to cut carbon emissions
The government has embarked on the journey towards zero carbon emissions in the construction industry by 2030.
By 1 month ago
Kenya roots for green buildings to cut carbon emissions
Calls for mandatory front-of-pack warning labels on infant food products
Many countries, including Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Israel, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay, and Venezuela, have passed laws requiring mandatory FOPWLs.
By 1 month ago
Calls for mandatory front-of-pack warning labels on infant food products
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Report: Depreciation of shilling hurt local economy and credit landscape
The report showed a state of flux in the credit market, shaped by macroeconomic shifts, consumer behaviour changes and technological advancements.
By 1 month ago
Report: Depreciation of shilling hurt local economy and credit landscape
CJ Koome calls for regular review of county laws, policies
County Attorneys Forum
By 1 month ago
CJ Koome calls for regular review of county laws, policies
Co-shared workspace firms spread footprints
Key providers in the shared workspace industry KOFISI and Workshop17, have announced a strategic partnership to provide a wider range of services and locations across Africa.
By 1 month ago
Co-shared workspace firms spread footprints
Nairobi residents at risk of waterborne diseases as floods wreak havoc
Nairobi residents risk contracting waterborne diseases like cholera, typhoid and diarrhoea due to floods caused by ongoing rains.
By 1 month ago
Nairobi residents at risk of waterborne diseases as floods wreak havoc
Sh87.8 million funds to boost weatherman's warning systems
The announcement comes when floods are causing loss of lives and destruction of property in the region.
By 1 month ago
Sh87.8 million funds to boost weatherman's warning systems
AstraZeneca launches care programme in latest war against cancer
The fight against cancer in the country has received a major boost after pharmaceutical firm AstraZeneca and partners launched the Cancer Care Africa programme.
By 1 month ago
AstraZeneca launches care programme in latest war against cancer
Report: Kenyans prefer television, newspapers and radio for news
Kenyans still trust mainstream media as their source of information, a new study by the Media Council of Kenya (MCK) reveals.
By 1 month ago
Report: Kenyans prefer television, newspapers and radio for news
Murkomen: New roof at JKIA to be complete in a month
A video emerged this week showing the flooded airport premises, cold storage areas, and leaks at Terminal 1C, including checking-in areas.
By 1 month ago
Murkomen: New roof at JKIA to be complete in a month
Labour CS says 390 Kenyans died in the workplace
CS Bore said the deaths were out of the total 7,731 occupational accidents recorded last year.
By 1 month ago
Labour CS says 390 Kenyans died in the workplace
Farmers set to access Sh268 million credit to buy fertiliser
Kenyan smallholder farmers often lack the collateral to secure financing to buy fertiliser.
By 1 month ago
Farmers set to access Sh268 million credit to buy fertiliser
Roam, County Bus Service partner to deploy 200 electric buses
This initiative comes as part of their broader goal to have 200 electric buses operational across Kenya by the end of 2026.
By 1 month ago
Roam, County Bus Service partner to deploy 200 electric buses
Colonel Keitany died on his wedding anniversary
Keitany's wife Norah recalled that recently, the late colonel told her that he had dreamed of his former colleagues who perished in a plane crash.
By 2 months ago
Colonel Keitany died on his wedding anniversary
Striking doctors demands are unfair, unaffordable, says SRC
SRC chairperson Lyn Mengich says majority of doctors are at the top of the market in terms of pay compared to other civil servants.
By 2 months ago
Striking doctors demands are unfair, unaffordable, says SRC
How to control project costs while managing quality, schedule
Cost control is an intricate process that involves the rigorous monitoring, management, and reduction of expenses throughout the project’s lifecycle.
By 2 months ago
How to control project costs while managing quality, schedule
Buses to be inspected before schools open
School buses will be restricted to operate between 6am and 7pm. The government will also monitor the speed of PSVs and commercial vehicles.
By 2 months ago
Buses to be inspected before schools open
Nairobi residents' lobbies decry unplanned buildings in the city
Manipulation of the online construction permit applications approval system and sham public participation meetings are some of the reasons Nairobi city is facing current urban planning challenges.
By 2 months ago
Nairobi residents' lobbies decry unplanned buildings in the city
Road accidents have killed 1,200 in just three months, says NTSA
The deaths are an increase of 5.8 per cent from 1,146 during the same period last year.
By 2 months ago
Road accidents have killed 1,200 in just three months, says NTSA
Push to have climate change curriculum in universities
Discussions about the need for well-informed climate change reporting started during the Africa Climate Summit (ACS) in September last year
By 2 months ago
Push to have climate change curriculum in universities
Transport Ministry mulls fund to expand, spruce up airstrips
CS Murkomen says low-cost carriers have played a key part in expanding the industry. Jambojet has flown seven million customers in 10 years, to launch Mombasa-Zanzibar route on July 1.
By 2 months ago
Transport Ministry mulls fund to expand, spruce up airstrips
Rwanda hailed for consensus democracy after genocide
Consensus, unlike majoritarian democracy, is the application of consensus decision-making and super majority to the process of legislation in a democracy.
By 2 months ago
Rwanda hailed for consensus democracy after genocide
Estate agents board warns against use of quacks as practitioners
According to Eunice Macharia, EARB chairperson, the notice was just an advisory to the public to be aware of after receiving complaints from people who have been swindled money.
By 2 months ago
Estate agents board warns against use of quacks as practitioners
Engineers' boss wants peers to take lead in infrastructure development
IEK President Shammah Kiteme says he will implement capacity-building initiatives to equip engineers with the skills required for the future
By 2 months ago
Engineers' boss wants peers to take lead in infrastructure development
Firms in pact to drive up electric bikes uptake
Electric mobility firm Roam has announced a strategic partnership with Mogo, a regional asset financier.
By 2 months ago
Firms in pact to drive up electric bikes uptake
Lobbies protest Nairobi's denial as climate network headquarters
Climate lobbies have rejected the move by Santiago Network On Loss and Damage advisory board to deny Nairobi to be the headquarters of the network and instead chose Geneva, Switzerland.
By 2 months ago
Lobbies protest Nairobi's denial as climate network headquarters
Tax demos show there is hope, but must cut expenditure too
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