CRA unveils guide to assist counties raise more revenue
The model covers trade licensing fees, building plan approval fees, parking fees, market access fees and housing rent.
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CRA unveils guide to assist counties raise more revenue
Kenya to export one million kilos of tea to China as it eyes Sh211b
Tea export earnings to May this year have increased from Sh68.73 billion to Sh88.28 billion.
By 1 month ago
Kenya to export one million kilos of tea to China as it eyes Sh211b
South Sudan's opposition wants elections postponed
Pagan Amum said South Sudan is having a deep national crisis, with a torn social fabric and failure in the talks was not an option.
By 1 month ago
South Sudan's opposition wants elections postponed
Cleric eulogises Journalist Shadrack Mitty as devout Christian
Apostle Peter Manyuru of Jesus Teaching Ministry where Mitty was an ardent worshipper described him as his spiritual son who supported the ministry. 
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Cleric eulogises Journalist Shadrack Mitty as devout Christian
Two injured in Nairobi gas tanker explosion
The tanker was ferrying Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) when it burst into flames at Stage Mpya terminus, leaving people scampering for safety.
By 1 month ago
Two injured in Nairobi gas tanker explosion
Gikomba traders count losses after demolition of stalls
Traders termed the demolitions inhumane and out of touch with the reality of the suffering Kenyans.
By 1 month ago
Gikomba traders count losses after demolition of stalls
Nacada bans billboards promoting alcohol near schools
Nacada expressed concern over the increased promotion of alcoholic drinks and alcohol use through billboards erected near schools in the country.
By 2 months ago
Nacada bans billboards promoting alcohol near schools
State, EU launch Sh36 billion green energy project
The government in partnership with the European Union has launched the Green Resilient Electricity System Programme for Kenya, with the support of Global Gateway.
By 2 months ago
State, EU launch Sh36 billion green energy project
EACC recommends prosecution of FKF president, Jirongo over graft
The list of the individuals is contained in EACC quarterly report covering the period from January 1, 2024, to March 31, 2024.
By 2 months ago
EACC recommends prosecution of FKF president, Jirongo over graft
Farmers to benefit from China-Kenya Tea Trade Centre
The cooperation between Kenya and China in the tea sector received a boost after the launch of the China-Kenya Tea Trade Centre.
By 2 months ago
Farmers to benefit from China-Kenya Tea Trade Centre
Murkomen: Repair of roads, bridges damaged by floods to cost Sh30 billion
The government needs Sh30 billion to repair critical infrastructure including roads and bridges damaged by floods across the country.
By 2 months ago
Murkomen: Repair of roads, bridges damaged by floods to cost Sh30 billion
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Residents of Runda forced to use canoes as water submerges homes
Residents say they feel neglected and abandoned by the government which has ignored their plight for several weeks. They want the county to unblock a water pan which has been blocked by a developer.
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Residents of Runda forced to use canoes as water submerges homes
It's a dog's life for those living in camps, shelters
There is fear of disease outbreaks in the camps as residents still grapple with rains. Women and children bear the heaviest brunt as a result of the flooding
By 2 months ago
It's a dog's life for those living in camps, shelters
Weatherman says rains to continue until July
Met Department projections indicate that the rains will be accompanied by occasional storms with most parts of the country likely to experience near-average to above-average rainfall.
By 2 months ago
Weatherman says rains to continue until July
State releases new registration guidelines for ID application
Kenyans living in border, cosmopolitan, and settlement counties will no longer undergo vetting for the issuance of National Identification Cards.
By 2 months ago
State releases new registration guidelines for ID application
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Atwoli, Fazul fight over guards' union dues
Union boss wants Fazul prosecuted over alleged doubtful degree certificate. Atwoli was reacting after Fazul directed private security firms to stop remitting workers’ dues to Cotu.
By 3 months ago
Atwoli, Fazul fight over guards' union dues
Over 35 Indian companies scout for investments in agriculture
Firms will help mechanise arable land to produce more food for Kenya using the latest technology. Will also explore opportunities for collaboration with the State and the private sector.
By 3 months ago
Over 35 Indian companies scout for investments in agriculture
Worldcoin says safety measures on clients' data implemented
US firm Worldcoin has implemented new systems designed to address safety concerns about user privacy and the security of personal data.
By 3 months ago
Worldcoin says safety measures on clients' data implemented
Rains wreak havoc in the city
A police officer identified as David Chesire lost his life while trying to save lives of at least four people in Kamkunji.
By 3 months ago
Rains wreak havoc in the city
Grief as KU hosts memorial service for 11 crash victims
Mourners who spoke gave heartfelt eulogies, sharing fond memories of the period they shared with the departed.
By 3 months ago
Grief as KU hosts memorial service for 11 crash victims
AG, EACC oppose amendment to Anti-Corruption Act
By deleting subsections 2(b) and 2 (c), the Bill seeks to decriminalise certain aspects of public procurement, property disposal, contract tendering, fund management and expenditure.
By 4 months ago
AG, EACC oppose amendment to Anti-Corruption Act
Immigration receives 112,700 passport booklets to ease backlog
The Directorate of Immigration Services has received 112,700 passport printing booklets to ease the passport backlog.
By 4 months ago
Immigration receives 112,700 passport booklets to ease backlog
Ministry receives 171,000 sanitary towels donation for learners
The donation will benefit vulnerable girls in primary and Junior Secondary Schools in line with the government's effort to keep learners in school.
By 4 months ago
Ministry receives 171,000 sanitary towels donation for learners
Holy Month of Ramadhan set to begin
The Muslim community is expected to commence the Holy Month of Ramadhan this week.
By 4 months ago
Holy Month of Ramadhan set to begin
Interior PS says small arms, light weapons a threat to regional security
Interior Principal Secretary Raymond Omollo said small arms and light weapons continue to wreak havoc in communities and fuel conflicts.
By 4 months ago
Interior PS says small arms, light weapons a threat to regional security
Muslim leaders fault state over silence on Israel-Hamas conflict
Muslim leaders have criticized the Kenyan government over silence on the ongoing war between Israel and Hamas.
By 4 months ago
Muslim leaders fault state over silence on Israel-Hamas conflict
Upper Hills Boys emerge winners in climate change debate
Upper Hills Boys High School are the winners of the just concluded debate on climate change that brought together five secondary schools.
By 4 months ago
Upper Hills Boys emerge winners in climate change debate
Religious leaders call for an end to activities that cause carbon emissions
The leaders under GreenFaith Africa called for stakeholder engagement in reducing pollution across the globe and ensuring Climate Justice and accountability.
By 4 months ago
Religious leaders call for an end to activities that cause carbon emissions
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Why Ruto wants his Cabinet Ministers in media
The irony of an administration hostile to media businesses but craves coverage. One PS has even instructed ministries to advertise in only one newspaper.
By 4 months ago
Why Ruto wants his Cabinet Ministers in media
Civil society condemns move on Eurobond
Civil society organisations have criticized the government's move to buy back Eurobond with another Eurobond at a higher interest rate of 10.7 per cent.
By 4 months ago
Civil society condemns move on Eurobond
Civil Society tells state not to fund Raila's AU bid
Francis Awino threatened to call for mass action in the 47 counties if the Kenya Kwanza government proceeds with the plan to bankroll the opposition leader's bid.
By 5 months ago
Civil Society tells state not to fund Raila's AU bid
University of Nairobi students win climate change competition
The competition is aimed at fostering greater understanding and participation of youth in climate action, energy transition discourse, and sustainability.
By 5 months ago
University of Nairobi students win climate change competition
Supkem leadership wrangles persist
Leadership wrangles are threatening to split Supkem. The contention revolves around two factions that are fighting to control the organisation.
By 5 months ago
Supkem leadership wrangles persist
Lobby group wants state to consolidate bursary funds
The group faulted the implementation of the new higher education funding model saying it was hastily executed, excluding qualified and deserving students from accessing tertiary education training.
By 5 months ago
Lobby group wants state to consolidate bursary funds
Multi-agency team seizes 750 litres of Ethanol in Ruaka
Multi-agency operation led by NACADA seizes 750 liters of ethanol and recovers over 40 empty drums, each with a 250-liter capacity in Ruaka, CEO Anthony Omerikwa says
By 5 months ago
Multi-agency team seizes 750 litres of Ethanol in Ruaka
Ministry heeds governors plea, puts Cooperatives Bill on hold
The Bill currently in Parliament will now be put on hold even as the Ministry and the Council of Governors (CoG) consult, with the council proposing amendments.
By 5 months ago
Ministry heeds governors plea, puts Cooperatives Bill on hold
Why workers want government to stabilise the shilling
COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli asked the Ministry of Finance and the Central Bank to craft ways of stabilising the shilling to save Kenyans from harsh economic times.
By 5 months ago
Why workers want government to stabilise the shilling
Nairobi businesses shut, houses submerged as floods expose poor drainage
Businesses within Nairobi remained closed and some houses were submerged in water for the better part of Saturday as heavy rains pounded the city.
By 6 months ago
Nairobi businesses shut, houses submerged as floods expose poor drainage
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CJ Koome dares Ruto to table evidence of judges engaged in corruption
Ruto renewed his wrangles with the judiciary over what he termed as corrupt rulings as Koome says the threat to ignore adverse court orders amounts to the overthrow of the constitution.
By 6 months ago
CJ Koome dares Ruto to table evidence of judges engaged in corruption
Kenya receives first visa-free visitors at JKIA
The ETA system is a platform that will take about ten minutes to fill in and process the details of a specific visitor coming to the country.
By 6 months ago
Kenya receives first visa-free visitors at JKIA
Uncover successfully closes Sh180m seed funding round
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