Stalled Sh960 million Kiptere tea factory project to resume in April
Official says Tea Board of Kenya met on January 26 and approved the factory's license. New satellite factory projected to ease congestion at the main milling plant.
By 2 months ago
Stalled Sh960 million Kiptere tea factory project to resume in April
Policeman shot with arrow in Transmara
Transmara South Sub-county Police commander Charles Opondo said the officer was shot with an arrow while patrolling maize plantations on December 31, 2023.
By 3 months ago
Policeman shot with arrow in Transmara
Project for 10,000 housing units in limbo as clan now claims targeted land
According to the clansmen, they were evicted from their ancestral land to create space for multinational tea estates.
By 4 months ago
Project for 10,000 housing units in limbo as clan now claims targeted land
Girl hacks mother to death in tussle over mobile phone
Police have launched investigations into an incident where a 13-year-old girl hacked her mother to death at Kapweria, Trans Mara East in Narok.
By 4 months ago
Girl hacks mother to death in tussle over mobile phone
Plight of the Ogiek evicted from Maasai Mau Forest
Over 1,000 members of the Ogiek community have been evicted from their ancestral lands in the Maasai Mau forest, despite court orders protecting their rights.
By 4 months ago
Plight of the Ogiek evicted from Maasai Mau Forest
KTDA imports 93 million tonnes of fertilizer for tea farmers
KTDA chairman Enos Njiru said the consignment of the fertiliser quantity is expected at the Port of Mombasa next month.
By 6 months ago
KTDA imports 93 million tonnes of fertilizer for tea farmers
Kericho Deputy governor Kirui wants officials out over Londiani crash funds
Kericho Deputy Governor Fed Kirui wants all officers implicated in misappropriation of the Londiani crash victims' fund to step aside.
By 6 months ago
Kericho Deputy governor Kirui wants officials out over Londiani crash funds
Harvest time for tea farmers as Momul factory declares Sh1.2b bonus
Bonus rates are determined by a factory’s income and quality of the leaf delivered. Dividends from the sale of 28.9m kgs of green leaf tea delivered in the last financial year.
By 6 months ago
Harvest time for tea farmers as Momul factory declares Sh1.2b bonus
Joy as tea farmers in Kericho to earn Sh1.2 billion bonus
Farmers say they had lost hope in the sub-sector but laud the ongoing reforms they hope will continue to increase their fortunes.
By 6 months ago
Joy as tea farmers in Kericho to earn Sh1.2 billion bonus
Poor pay, bonuses top grievances list of tea farmers ahead of meeting
Farmers have been suffering at the hands of cartels who have been fleecing them of their hard-earned cash. They are upbeat the reforms will be implemented immediately.
By 9 months ago
Poor pay, bonuses top grievances list of tea farmers ahead of meeting
Stalled Sh960 million Kiptere tea factory project to resume in April
Official says Tea Board of Kenya met on January 26 and approved the factory's license. New satellite factory projected to ease congestion at the main milling plant.
By 2 months ago
Stalled Sh960 million Kiptere tea factory project to resume in April
Policeman shot with arrow in Transmara
Transmara South Sub-county Police commander Charles Opondo said the officer was shot with an arrow while patrolling maize plantations on December 31, 2023.
By 3 months ago
Policeman shot with arrow in Transmara
Project for 10,000 housing units in limbo as clan now claims targeted land
According to the clansmen, they were evicted from their ancestral land to create space for multinational tea estates.
By 4 months ago
Project for 10,000 housing units in limbo as clan now claims targeted land
Girl hacks mother to death in tussle over mobile phone
Police have launched investigations into an incident where a 13-year-old girl hacked her mother to death at Kapweria, Trans Mara East in Narok.
By 4 months ago
Girl hacks mother to death in tussle over mobile phone
Plight of the Ogiek evicted from Maasai Mau Forest
Over 1,000 members of the Ogiek community have been evicted from their ancestral lands in the Maasai Mau forest, despite court orders protecting their rights.
By 4 months ago
Plight of the Ogiek evicted from Maasai Mau Forest
KTDA imports 93 million tonnes of fertilizer for tea farmers
KTDA chairman Enos Njiru said the consignment of the fertiliser quantity is expected at the Port of Mombasa next month.
By 6 months ago
KTDA imports 93 million tonnes of fertilizer for tea farmers
Kericho Deputy governor Kirui wants officials out over Londiani crash funds
Kericho Deputy Governor Fed Kirui wants all officers implicated in misappropriation of the Londiani crash victims' fund to step aside.
By 6 months ago
Kericho Deputy governor Kirui wants officials out over Londiani crash funds
Harvest time for tea farmers as Momul factory declares Sh1.2b bonus
Bonus rates are determined by a factory’s income and quality of the leaf delivered. Dividends from the sale of 28.9m kgs of green leaf tea delivered in the last financial year.
By 6 months ago
Harvest time for tea farmers as Momul factory declares Sh1.2b bonus
Joy as tea farmers in Kericho to earn Sh1.2 billion bonus
Farmers say they had lost hope in the sub-sector but laud the ongoing reforms they hope will continue to increase their fortunes.
By 6 months ago
Joy as tea farmers in Kericho to earn Sh1.2 billion bonus
Poor pay, bonuses top grievances list of tea farmers ahead of meeting
Farmers have been suffering at the hands of cartels who have been fleecing them of their hard-earned cash. They are upbeat the reforms will be implemented immediately.
By 9 months ago
Poor pay, bonuses top grievances list of tea farmers ahead of meeting
Stalled Sh960 million Kiptere tea factory project to resume in April
Official says Tea Board of Kenya met on January 26 and approved the factory's license. New satellite factory projected to ease congestion at the main milling plant.
By 2 months ago
Stalled Sh960 million Kiptere tea factory project to resume in April
Policeman shot with arrow in Transmara
Transmara South Sub-county Police commander Charles Opondo said the officer was shot with an arrow while patrolling maize plantations on December 31, 2023.
By 3 months ago
Policeman shot with arrow in Transmara
Project for 10,000 housing units in limbo as clan now claims targeted land
According to the clansmen, they were evicted from their ancestral land to create space for multinational tea estates.
By 4 months ago
Project for 10,000 housing units in limbo as clan now claims targeted land
Girl hacks mother to death in tussle over mobile phone
Police have launched investigations into an incident where a 13-year-old girl hacked her mother to death at Kapweria, Trans Mara East in Narok.
By 4 months ago
Girl hacks mother to death in tussle over mobile phone
Plight of the Ogiek evicted from Maasai Mau Forest
Over 1,000 members of the Ogiek community have been evicted from their ancestral lands in the Maasai Mau forest, despite court orders protecting their rights.
By 4 months ago
Plight of the Ogiek evicted from Maasai Mau Forest
KTDA imports 93 million tonnes of fertilizer for tea farmers
KTDA chairman Enos Njiru said the consignment of the fertiliser quantity is expected at the Port of Mombasa next month.
By 6 months ago
KTDA imports 93 million tonnes of fertilizer for tea farmers
Kericho Deputy governor Kirui wants officials out over Londiani crash funds
Kericho Deputy Governor Fed Kirui wants all officers implicated in misappropriation of the Londiani crash victims' fund to step aside.
By 6 months ago
Kericho Deputy governor Kirui wants officials out over Londiani crash funds
Harvest time for tea farmers as Momul factory declares Sh1.2b bonus
Bonus rates are determined by a factory’s income and quality of the leaf delivered. Dividends from the sale of 28.9m kgs of green leaf tea delivered in the last financial year.
By 6 months ago
Harvest time for tea farmers as Momul factory declares Sh1.2b bonus
Joy as tea farmers in Kericho to earn Sh1.2 billion bonus
Farmers say they had lost hope in the sub-sector but laud the ongoing reforms they hope will continue to increase their fortunes.
By 6 months ago
Joy as tea farmers in Kericho to earn Sh1.2 billion bonus
Poor pay, bonuses top grievances list of tea farmers ahead of meeting
Farmers have been suffering at the hands of cartels who have been fleecing them of their hard-earned cash. They are upbeat the reforms will be implemented immediately.
By 9 months ago
Poor pay, bonuses top grievances list of tea farmers ahead of meeting
Stalled Sh960 million Kiptere tea factory project to resume in April
Official says Tea Board of Kenya met on January 26 and approved the factory's license. New satellite factory projected to ease congestion at the main milling plant.
By Kiprono Kurgat 2 months ago
Stalled Sh960 million Kiptere tea factory project to resume in April
Policeman shot with arrow in Transmara
Transmara South Sub-county Police commander Charles Opondo said the officer was shot with an arrow while patrolling maize plantations on December 31, 2023.
By Kiprono Kurgat 3 months ago
Policeman shot with arrow in Transmara
Project for 10,000 housing units in limbo as clan now claims targeted land
According to the clansmen, they were evicted from their ancestral land to create space for multinational tea estates.
By Kiprono Kurgat 4 months ago
Project for 10,000 housing units in limbo as clan now claims targeted land
Girl hacks mother to death in tussle over mobile phone
Police have launched investigations into an incident where a 13-year-old girl hacked her mother to death at Kapweria, Trans Mara East in Narok.
By Kiprono Kurgat 4 months ago
Girl hacks mother to death in tussle over mobile phone
Plight of the Ogiek evicted from Maasai Mau Forest
Over 1,000 members of the Ogiek community have been evicted from their ancestral lands in the Maasai Mau forest, despite court orders protecting their rights.
By Kiprono Kurgat 4 months ago
Plight of the Ogiek evicted from Maasai Mau Forest
KTDA imports 93 million tonnes of fertilizer for tea farmers
KTDA chairman Enos Njiru said the consignment of the fertiliser quantity is expected at the Port of Mombasa next month.
By Kiprono Kurgat 6 months ago
KTDA imports 93 million tonnes of fertilizer for tea farmers
Kericho Deputy governor Kirui wants officials out over Londiani crash funds
Kericho Deputy Governor Fed Kirui wants all officers implicated in misappropriation of the Londiani crash victims' fund to step aside.
By Kiprono Kurgat 6 months ago
Kericho Deputy governor Kirui wants officials out over Londiani crash funds
Harvest time for tea farmers as Momul factory declares Sh1.2b bonus
Bonus rates are determined by a factory's income and quality of the leaf delivered. Dividends from the sale of 28.9m kgs of green leaf tea delivered in the last financial year.
By Kiprono Kurgat 6 months ago
Harvest time for tea farmers as Momul factory declares Sh1.2b bonus
Joy as tea farmers in Kericho to earn Sh1.2 billion bonus
Farmers say they had lost hope in the sub-sector but laud the ongoing reforms they hope will continue to increase their fortunes.
By Kiprono Kurgat 6 months ago
Joy as tea farmers in Kericho to earn Sh1.2 billion bonus
Poor pay, bonuses top grievances list of tea farmers ahead of meeting
Farmers have been suffering at the hands of cartels who have been fleecing them of their hard-earned cash. They are upbeat the reforms will be implemented immediately.
By Kiprono Kurgat 9 months ago
Poor pay, bonuses top grievances list of tea farmers ahead of meeting
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