State verifies compensation claims of wildlife attack victims
Victims of human-wildlife conflict in Laikipia County have decried the delay in the disbursement of the Sh900 million compensation.
By 27 days ago
State verifies compensation claims of wildlife attack victims
Murang'a County to install solar energy in 70 health facilities
High electricity bills have forced the Murang'a County government to install solar energy in health facilities.
By 26 days ago
Murang'a County to install solar energy in 70 health facilities
MPs to begin probe of British soldiers conduct
The inquiry will be conducted on three consecutive days from May 28 to May 30.
By 28 days ago
MPs to begin probe of British soldiers conduct
Farmers split over return of Coffee Board of Kenya
President Ruto said CBK will be re-established based on the proposed Coffee Bill 2023.
By 27 days ago
Farmers split over return of Coffee Board of Kenya
Tea factories directors gear up for elections
Campaign fever has hit the Mount Kenya region as contestants seeking top leadership positions in the tea sector seek support of residents.
By 1 month ago
Tea factories directors gear up for elections
Murang'a County, NGO to offer students lunch in school feeding programme
The county government and the NGO Food for Education have been providing porridge to 42,000 learners in the Early Childhood Education Centre
By 1 month ago
Murang'a County, NGO to offer students lunch in school feeding programme
Murang'a county turns to solar to cut power bills
Irungu Kang’ata argued that the installation of solar pumps in boreholes would help lower costs, as most were operating below capacity due to frequent disruption of electricity.
By 1 month ago
Murang'a county turns to solar to cut power bills
Coffee farmers earn Sh677 million at Nairobi auction
Kenya Coffee has continued posting poor results at the auction owing to the low delivery of quality grades in the market.
By 1 month ago
Coffee farmers earn Sh677 million at Nairobi auction
Rescuers retrieve man's body from Sagana River
A multi-agency team retrieved the body of Samuel Kagwanja, 41, alias Chakaka ending the agony of family and friends who have been camping at the river bank.
By 1 month ago
Rescuers retrieve man's body from Sagana River
Coffee farmers earn Sh1b at Nairobi auction
The payment to the farmers affiliated to 1,001 cooperatives and estates is more than last week's proceeds of Sh1,022 billion from the sale of 26,449 bags of coffee.
By 1 month ago
Coffee farmers earn Sh1b at Nairobi auction
TSC transfers secondary school principals in Murang'a
TSC transferred secondary school principals in Murang’a ahead of schools opening for second term next week.
By 1 month ago
TSC transfers secondary school principals in  Murang'a
Tea factory directors face opposition in elections
Campaigns for the director positions have intensified following the decision by the Tea Board of Kenya to set the elections end of June.
By 2 months ago
Tea factory directors face opposition in elections
Community groups working on restoration of a clean environment in Laikipia
The initiative has been rolled out in 15 wards where the group is working with the community to plant 1.8 million fruit and indigenous tree seedlings by the end of next year.
By 2 months ago
Community groups working on restoration of a clean environment in Laikipia
Coffee auction earns farmers Sh800 million from 11 buyers
The best price achieved was that of the Kianjiru factory where Alliance Berries Limited sold 41 bags of AA.
By 2 months ago
Coffee auction earns farmers Sh800 million from 11 buyers
Ex- Muranga Governor wa Iria secures court order to bar arrest
Ex-Murang’a Governor Mwangi wa Iria secures an interim conservatory court order barring the DPP from implementing charges against him.
By 2 months ago
Ex- Muranga Governor wa Iria secures court order to bar arrest
Four counties in Central formulating mining and quarrying policy
The policy seeks to strengthen institutional framework to address governance and operational issues.
By 2 months ago
Four counties in Central formulating mining and quarrying policy
Uasu accuses Machogu of tribalism in varsity appointments
Uasu National Organising Secretary Onesmus Mutio accused CS Ezekiel Machogu of alleged tribalism in appointment of public universities council members.
By 2 months ago
Uasu accuses Machogu of tribalism in varsity appointments
Muranga farmers to benefit from subsidy programme
42,000 dairy and mango farmers listed in the subsidy programme will be able to redeem foodstuffs and farm inputs worth Sh2,400 at selected outlets in the county.
By 2 months ago
Muranga farmers to benefit from subsidy programme
Reservist killed hours after Ruto warning to bandits
The attack occurred barely an hour after Ruto announced plans to engage more reservists in the county during a meeting at Rumuruti grounds.
By 2 months ago
Reservist killed hours after Ruto warning to bandits
MP tells tea farmers to defy board on Sh560m fees
A campaign led by Gatundu South MP Gabriel Kagombe urging tea factories to defy payment of legal fees originating from suits initiated by former factory directors has gained momentum.
By 2 months ago
MP tells tea farmers to defy board on Sh560m fees
Murang'a tea factories directors gear up for elections
10 tea factories in Murang’a has welcomed the Tea Board of Kenya (TBK) directive to hold elections by the end of June.
By 2 months ago
Murang'a tea factories directors gear up for elections
Tea growers eye mini bonus at the end of the month
Tea growers in the Mount Kenya region have received a boost after the boards of factories approved a mini-bonus for the farmers.
By 3 months ago
Tea growers eye mini bonus at the end of the month
Farmers, firms net Sh800m from coffee auction
Kenya's coffee fetched Sh817.3 million at the Nairobi Coffee Exchange from the sale of 20,281 bags, down from Sh1.3 billion raised during last week's auction.
By 3 months ago
Farmers, firms net Sh800m from coffee auction
Farmers get Sh2.3b from coffee cherry advance kitty in 3 months
Cash was disbursed to 181,825 farmers affiliated with 186 cooperative societies.
By 3 months ago
Farmers get Sh2.3b from coffee cherry advance kitty in 3 months
Nanyuki's rise despite loss of headquarters woos investors
The growth of Nanyuki town has been fast amidst ongoing infrastructural advancements fueled by devolution and upgrading to municipality status.
By 3 months ago
Nanyuki's rise despite loss of headquarters woos investors
Coffee farmers earn Sh1 billion at Nairobi auction
The best factories that sold their coffee above Sh58,800 ($400) are Kii, Karinga, Karatu, Karithathi, and Gatagua.
By 3 months ago
Coffee farmers earn Sh1 billion at Nairobi auction
Macadamia farmers defend new price of Sh100 per kg
Last year, the farmers incurred losses estimated at billions of shillings after they resorted to hawking the produce at less than Sh30 per kilogramme.
By 3 months ago
Macadamia farmers defend new price of Sh100 per kg
Coffee farmers earn Sh1.3 billion at Nairobi auction
Coffee auction activities increased this week at the Nairobi Coffee Exchange (NCE) following the delivery of 30,162 bags of the commodity for the market.
By 3 months ago
Coffee farmers earn Sh1.3 billion at Nairobi auction
Muswasco ready to hand over Maragua dam to rival Muwasco
The process kicked off five days after President William Ruto ordered Water CS Zachary Njeru to start the handing-over process without further delay.
By 4 months ago
Muswasco ready to hand over Maragua dam to rival Muwasco
Macadamia farmers reap big from export deal
The price of macadamia has appreciated threefold, with farmers getting better payment of between Sh100 and Sh130 per kilogramme.
By 4 months ago
Macadamia farmers reap big from export deal
Cofee farmers protest delays in milling
In the implementation of the coffee reforms, milling plants associated with the estate farmers were closed after they failed to comply with set regulations.
By 4 months ago
Cofee farmers protest delays in milling
AFA issues new rules for avocado harvesting season
In the directives, the regulator outlaws the use of open pick-ups, Probox, and trucks in the transportation of the commodity and has directed the use of plastic crates.
By 4 months ago
AFA issues new rules for avocado harvesting season
Wa Iria rejects Kenya Kwanza leaders overtures
Kenya Kwanza leaders led by Lands CS Alice Wahome and Kangema MP Peter Kihungi pleaded with Wa Iria to abandon Azimio and support the government.
By 4 months ago
Wa Iria rejects Kenya Kwanza leaders overtures
Registration of Airbns on, says tourism sector regulator
A process to document short-term and long-term stay homes popularly known as Airbnbs has been launched targeting to license more than 50,000 facilities in three months.
By 4 months ago
Registration of Airbns on, says tourism sector regulator
Two merchants arrested in possession of immature avocados
Two merchants found in possession of immature avocados were apprehended in Murang’a during a crackdown.
By 4 months ago
Two merchants arrested in possession of immature avocados
Coffee farmers earn Sh822.5 million from weekly auction
The delivery at the Nairobi Coffee Exchange (NCE) decreased to 17,468 bags from the previous trading where the marketing agents had 20,821 bags.
By 4 months ago
Coffee farmers earn Sh822.5 million from weekly auction
Panic over outbreak of malaria in Murang'a
Last week, a student from Kamahuha area succumbed to the disease at Maragua Level Four Hospital while receiving treatment.
By 4 months ago
Panic over outbreak of malaria in Murang'a
Murang'a banks on smart city programme to boost livelihoods
Governor Irungu Kang’ata said resources would be channeled towards tarmacking the roads in the shopping centres to promote trade.
By 4 months ago
Murang'a banks on smart city programme to boost livelihoods
Head teachers scoff at Ministry directive on capitation funds
Head teachers have been thrown into confusion after the Ministry of Education directed them to acknowledge receipt of Sh8,319 first term capitation funds per student.
By 4 months ago
Head teachers scoff at Ministry directive on capitation funds
Maragua MP opposes Wasreb meeting to resolve Murang'a water wars
Wasreb scheduled the meeting on January 30 in efforts to address conflict over control of water boundaries between Murang’a Water (Muwasco) and Murang’a South Water (Muswasco).
By 4 months ago
Maragua MP opposes Wasreb meeting to resolve Murang'a water wars
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