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Municipalities: Is new status of Molo, Gilgil a blessing or curse?
Most residents have welcomed the elevation to municipalities, saying it will improve service delivery. There are fears that the move might see enhanced taxation by the municipalities for services.
By Antony Gitonga 29 days ago
Municipalities: Is new status of Molo, Gilgil a blessing or curse?
IEBC rejects nomination lists from all 79 parties
The political parties have been given seven days to review the lists and resubmit them. Most parties failed in gender representation and candidates nominated themselves.
By Antony Gitonga 1 month ago
IEBC rejects nomination lists from all 79 parties
Tax dispute back in court after Keroche, taxman fail to agree
CEO Tabitha Karanja confirmed the new development saying the courts were the only hope for the company and its workers.
By Antony Gitonga 1 month ago
Tax dispute back in court after Keroche, taxman fail to agree
Brothers dead after row over alcohol bill
The two aged 31 and 29 years old were drinking in a local bar when they differed over the bill leading to a confrontation.
By Antony Gitonga 1 month ago
Brothers dead after row over alcohol bill
Small scale millers close down as maize becomes scarce and costly
Millers are warning consumers to brace for harsh times due to the current shortage. Maize flour costs Sh220 per 2kg packet and millers blame the rise on high fuel prices.
By Antony Gitonga 1 month ago
Small scale millers close down as maize becomes scarce and costly
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Safari Rally: Traders bag mixed fortunes as fans rev up sleepy lake town
Hotels in Naivasha booked to full capacity as fans throng town for annual rally event. Food traders count losses despite paying hefty county licence fees.
By Antony Gitonga 1 month ago
Safari Rally: Traders bag mixed fortunes as fans rev up sleepy lake town
Keroche workers seek President's intervention in KRA tax dispute
Employees face job loss following the closure of Keroche Breweries by the taxman last week.
By Antony Gitonga 1 month ago
Keroche workers seek President's intervention in KRA tax dispute
Keroche workers seek President Uhuru's intervention in KRA tax dispute
Employees face job loss following the closure of Keroche Breweries by the taxman last week.
By Antony Gitonga 1 month ago
Keroche workers seek President Uhuru's intervention in KRA tax dispute
KRA shuts down Keroche again over tax dispute
The taxman is accusing the company of defaulting on an earlier agreed plan to repay tax arrears.
By Antony Gitonga 2 months ago
KRA shuts down Keroche again over tax dispute
KRA shuts down Keroche Breweries again over tax row
The tax collector is accusing the company of defaulting on an earlier agreed plan to repay tax arrears totalling Sh300 million.
By Antony Gitonga 2 months ago
KRA shuts down Keroche Breweries again over tax row
Lake Naivasha choking under abandoned nets
The nets which are spread in most parts of the Lake are affecting navigation and are also killing fish, in the process adversely affecting the fisheries sector.
By Antony Gitonga 2 months ago
Lake Naivasha choking under abandoned nets
Matiang'i says State can't shut down internet during elections
The CS warned that the government will not stand back and watch as some people interfere with the rights of the majority.
By Antony Gitonga 2 months ago
Matiang'i says State can't shut down internet during elections
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Banks set to review their lending charges after CBK rate hike
The move by the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) to raise its lending rate from 7 to 7.5 per cent could force banks to also adjust their charges.
By Antony Gitonga 2 months ago
Banks set to review their lending charges after CBK rate hike
Leaders make dry port campaign agenda to win over the electorate
Kenya Kwanza and Azimio la Umoja One Kenya are using the dry port as bait to win votes in Coast and Central Rift regions.
By Steve Mkawale 2 months ago
Leaders make dry port campaign agenda to win over the electorate
One dead, scores injured after lorry rams into seven vehicles near Kinungi
Naivasha OCPD Samuel Waweru said the injured were rushed to Naivasha Sub-County Hospital.
By Antony Gitonga 2 months ago
One dead, scores injured after lorry rams into seven vehicles near Kinungi
Tribal clash victims from Narok to be finally resettled after a 30-year wait
Those set to benefit are victims of the Enoospukia tribal clashes evicted from Narok in 1992 and temporarily resettled in Maella, Naivasha.
By Antony Gitonga 2 months ago
Tribal clash victims from Narok to be finally resettled after a 30-year wait
Death toll in Naivasha crash rises as one more dies
Seven of the victims died on the spot.
By Antony Gitonga 2 months ago
Death toll in Naivasha crash rises as one more dies
Eight mourners killed in accident on Mai Mahiu-Narok Highway
The eight are believed to be flower farm workers who were on their way back from the burial before the 2 am accident occurred.
By Antony Gitonga 2 months ago
Eight mourners killed in accident on Mai Mahiu-Narok Highway
78 elephants starve to death as drought bites
Seventy-eight elephants in Kenya have died this year due to drought; Tsavo National Park has the highest number of deaths, Tourism PS Zeinab Hussein says.
By Antony Gitonga 2 months ago
78 elephants starve to death as drought bites
Construction of a Sh249m 'smart' market to end fish hawkers' woes
The modern market in Karai Centre, Naivasha, will provide cold storage facilities powered by solar energy.
By Antony Gitonga 3 months ago
Construction of a Sh249m 'smart' market to end fish hawkers' woes
Ruto remarks on Naivasha dry port economic sabotage, Lee Kinyanjui says
Ruto promised that should Kenya Kwanza win the August 9 election, they will undertake administrative and legal steps to reverse some aspects on the operations of the project.
By Antony Gitonga 3 months ago
Ruto remarks on Naivasha dry port economic sabotage, Lee Kinyanjui says
Matiang'i: Money launderers are buying their way to Parliament
Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i has questioned the sources of funding for some of the top politicians as the country heads in the August elections.
By Antony Gitonga 3 months ago
Matiang'i: Money launderers are buying their way to Parliament
Public prosecutor hits out at police over bodies in River Yala
The recent discovery of close to 30 bodies in River Yala has tarnished the image of the criminal justice system, the DPP Noordin Haji said yesterday.
By Antony Gitonga 3 months ago
Public prosecutor hits out at police over bodies in River Yala
Boost to traders, farmers as Naivasha wholesale market nears completion
The Sh400m Naivasha wholesale market will be completed in two months.
By Antony Gitonga 3 months ago
Boost to traders, farmers as Naivasha wholesale market nears completion
County government of Nakuru to provide fish hawkers with cooler boxes
The county government of Nakuru has said it will provide fish hawkers along the highway with freezers and cooler boxes.
By Antony Gitonga 3 months ago
County government of Nakuru to provide fish hawkers with cooler boxes
Police in Naivasha probe cleric's death after body found in house
Police in Naivasha are investigating the death of a cleric whose body was found in his house near Mai Mahiu town.
By Antony Gitonga 3 months ago
Police in Naivasha probe cleric's death after body found in house
Unions seek review of flower workers' terms
Farm workers left at the mercy of employers as they cannot be represented by unions. Union leaders vow to address issue amicably.
By Antony Gitonga 3 months ago
Unions seek review of flower workers' terms
Five vehicles damaged, one injured after tree crashes in Naivasha camp
A weekend outing for a group of families in a Naivasha hotel ended on a sour note after an Acacia tree crashed, extensively damaging their cars.
By Antony Gitonga 3 months ago
Five vehicles damaged, one injured after tree crashes in Naivasha camp
Naivasha family seeks justice for murdered daughter
A family in Naivasha is demanding justice over the murder of their 24-year-old daughter.
By Antony Gitonga 3 months ago
Naivasha family seeks justice for murdered daughter
Flower farmers begin exporting produce by sea
The Kenya Flower Council (KFC) has embarked on an ambitious project of transporting flowers by sea following a rise in air-freight charges.
By Antony Gitonga 3 months ago
Flower farmers begin exporting produce by sea
After avoiding politics for years, Tabitha Karanja finally takes the plunge
The move by Keroche Breweries CEO Tabitha Karanja Keroche to enter politics caught friends and foes by surprise.
By Antony Gitonga 3 months ago
After avoiding politics for years, Tabitha Karanja finally takes the plunge
Six people die in separate road accidents in Naivasha
Six people including a police officer died along the Naivasha-Mai Mahiu Road this morning in two separate accidents.
By Antony Gitonga 3 months ago
Six people die in separate road accidents in Naivasha
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How drought has exposed wild animals to accidents
Motorists in Naivasha have been put on high alert following an increase in the number of wild animals seeking pasture along major roads.
By Antony Gitonga 3 months ago
How drought has exposed wild animals to accidents
Demand for electric cars rises amid high cost of fuel
As the country continues to record high prices of fuel, demand for electric vehicles is on the rise, with projections that the numbers could double by the end of the year.
By Antony Gitonga 4 months ago
Demand for electric cars rises amid high cost of fuel
Planned special economic zone becoming reality
The planned special economic zone in Mai Mahiu is coming to fruition after Nakuru County Government built a 10 km buffer zone around the targeted land.
By Antony Gitonga 4 months ago
Planned special economic zone becoming reality
African cricket to be used to fortify porridge
Researchers have discovered new insect nutrients that can be used to fortify porridge.
By Antony Gitonga 4 months ago
African cricket to be used to fortify porridge
Major towns hit by shortage of milk, eggs
The situation has been worsened by the ongoing drought coupled with the rising cost of fuel which has seen the prices shoot up by over 40 per cent.
By Antony Gitonga 4 months ago
Major towns hit by shortage of milk, eggs
Ruto blames rising cost of living on ‘Handshake’ effects
Claiming the regime has ignored suffering Kenyans, Ruto says current challenges started soon after ‘Handshake’, which fanned collapse of Big4.
By Antony Gitonga 4 months ago
Ruto blames rising cost of living on ‘Handshake’ effects
Experts begin testing quality of water on rivers flowing into Lake Naivasha
The information collected would be shared with government agencies for appropriate actions to make the water from the rivers cleaner.
By Antony Gitonga 4 months ago
Experts begin testing quality of water on rivers flowing into Lake Naivasha
Structures around Lake Naivasha on riparian land
More than 50 per cent of structures around Lake Naivasha are on riparian land, an ongoing survey by the Lands ministry has shown.
By Antony Gitonga 4 months ago
Structures around Lake Naivasha on riparian land
'Fimbo ya Nyayo' monument gets facelift
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Missing Embakasi East Returning Officer Daniel Musyoka found dead
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John Ngumi: The blue-eyed boy of State corporations
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Profile: The four IEBC commissioners who disowned presidential results
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Cool under fire: Chebukati the soft-spoken man of steel
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