How foreign investors’ cash fuels spike in your power bills
The growing dominance of foreign firms and governments in Kenya’s energy sector is partly to blame for the soaring power bills for consumers, it has emerged.
By Otiato Guguyu and Macharia Kamau 6 years ago
How foreign investors’ cash fuels spike in your power bills
Is Kenya overbanking on new Special Economic Zones to drive growth?
When politicians address charged crowds during these campaigns, they are less likely to make strategic economic road maps. This is as litany of promises roll out of their tongues.
By Otiato Guguyu and Macharia Kamau 6 years ago
Is Kenya overbanking on new Special Economic Zones to drive growth?
Mauritian lender SBM drops bid to buy Chase Bank
The lender said it had evaluated its position in Kenya and decided to withdraw the bid, opting to instead focus on growing Fidelity.
By Otiato Guguyu and Macharia Kamau 6 years ago
Mauritian lender SBM drops bid to buy Chase Bank
Why Kenya may have got short end of the stick in SGR locomotives deal
Last week’s arrival of the first batch of the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) locomotives has done little to quell public debate on whether Kenya really got value for money.
By Otiato Guguyu and Macharia Kamau 7 years ago
Why Kenya may have got short end of the stick in SGR locomotives deal
How Gachagua's troubles mirror those of Moi's VP Karanja in 1989
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How Westgate attack plotters tried to cover up the heinous act
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Officer who shot magistrate had a fiery temper, colleagues reveal
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Opposition and Catholics oppose budget, say taxes to sting hustlers
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