Hunger looms as maize harvest falls short
Crop troubles: Farmers blame low yield on low-quality seeds, and the inability of cereals board to provide subsidised fertiliser on time
By BY MARK KAPCHANGA 10 years ago
Hunger looms as maize harvest falls short
Are elevators the silent death trap?
The elevator at the NSSF Building in Nairobi abruptly dropped from the seventh floor and slammed on the basement, killing one passenger.
By By MARK KAPCHANGA 10 years ago
Are elevators the silent death trap?
Kenya flower farmers bet on new toolkit to up earnings
Returns from Kenya’s flower sector are set to rise hugely following the launch of a toolkit that measures carbon emissions.
By By MARK KAPCHANGA 10 years ago
Kenya flower farmers bet on new toolkit to up earnings
Barclays closure of remittance accounts to cut lifeline for refugees
Having a simple meal in Somalia is a luxury. Poverty has inevitably increased since the early 1990s with 53 per cent of the population living on less than $1 (Sh85) a day.
By By MARK KAPCHANGA 10 years ago
Barclays closure of remittance accounts to cut lifeline for refugees
Sh977m fund targets luring more youths into farm employment
The youth in Kenya have for a long time negated agriculture as a source of employment.
By By MARK KAPCHANGA 10 years ago
Sh977m fund targets luring more youths into farm employment
June Moi's burial in pictures
National
By Esther Nyambura and Okumu Modachi
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Drama as Iria secures order to avert arrest in Sh140m graft case
Politics
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Judge orders government to begin negotiations with doctors
Health & Science
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Intern teacher posting to junior school is illegal, court declares
Education
By Mike Kihaki and Kamau Muthoni
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Nakhumicha defends plans to end health crisis
Health & Science
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