Dealers accuse ERC of harassment
Importers of cooking gas from Tanzania have accused the energy regulator of harassing them.
By Kurian Musa 5 years ago
Dealers accuse ERC of harassment
Anti-counterfeits agency now goes digital
Efforts to stem out counterfeit products by Anti-Counterfeit Agency got a financial support worth US Dollars 1.5M towards supporting digitization.
By Kurian Musa 5 years ago
Anti-counterfeits agency now goes digital
Chinese investors eye Kenya trade with new association
Chinese investors are eyeing business deals in Kenya with the launch of the Africa Guangdong Business Association.
By Kurian Musa 5 years ago
Chinese investors eye Kenya trade with new association
Kenya woos Chinese investors into manufacturing
Chinese investors told to take advantage of low wage costs in Kenya
By Kurian Musa 5 years ago
Kenya woos Chinese investors into manufacturing
KPLC warns public on cutting trees near power lines
By Kurian Musa 6 years ago
KPLC warns public on cutting trees near power lines
Sleek designed OPPO A71 Smartphone launched in Kenya
The Phone runs on the latest and rich function Colour OS 3.1 based on the latest android 7.1 operating system that combines speed, efficiency and stability to bring pixels to life
By Kurian Musa 6 years ago
Sleek designed OPPO A71 Smartphone launched in Kenya
Kenya doing well in Biotech
Kenya is among three states in Africa making steady progress towards commercialising Genetically Modified (GM) crops, a report by Biotech experts shows.
By Kurian Musa 6 years ago
Kenya doing well in Biotech
If you break law this Friday you may stay longer in police cells
<p><b>If you break law this Friday you may stay longer in Police cells till Tuesday </b></p> <p>By KURIAN MUSA</p> <p>If you are a police suspect in Kenya and held is held remand this Friday you may stay longer in police custody before being arraigned
By Kurian Musa 6 years ago
If you break law this Friday you may stay longer in police cells
Cost of banking declines as Safaricom dominates mobile money transactions
Despite Mobile money transfer transactions being free and cheaper in most Telco’s, Safaricom remains the dominant player controlling about 97 % of the market share in Kenya
By Kurian Musa 6 years ago
Cost of banking declines as Safaricom dominates mobile money transactions
Petty offenders will soon get non-custodial sentences
The National Council on the administration of justice task force on Criminal Justice Reform will be gazette to review the laws that criminalisation and punish petty offenses in Kenya over the years
By Kurian Musa 6 years ago
Petty offenders will soon get non-custodial sentences
Nyanza roads set for Sh18b upgrade
The Government has signed a Sh18 billion deal with two Chinese firms to rehabilitate 206km of roads in South Nyanza.
By Kurian Musa 6 years ago
Nyanza roads set for Sh18b upgrade
University of Nairobi ranked top in architecture course
A review by the Commonwealth Association of Architects showed that UoN’s School of Built Environment has among the best facilities for training architects and professionals in urban planning and real estate management in the region.
By Kurian Musa 7 years ago
University of Nairobi ranked top in architecture course
Young tucks call for generational change politics in Kisii and Nyamira Counties
A generational change in politics of Kisii and Nyamira counties have scaled up with the formation of a group of young aspirants from diverse political parties dubbed Gusii Generational Movement.
By Kurian Musa 7 years ago
Young tucks call for generational change politics in Kisii and Nyamira Counties
Handset maker Tecno unveils 4G phone
The phone enables users to connect freely with each other, enjoy higher mobile broadband experiences and download at high-speeds.
By Kurian Musa 7 years ago
Handset maker Tecno unveils 4G phone
Songhor dispute, a familiar pattern of pre-election ethnic violence along Nandi-Kisumu Border
A Citizens’ Constitution Implementation Platform, Jukwaa La Katiba is blaming politicians for ethnic violence happening in Songhor area along the Nandi-Kisumu border.
By Kurian Musa 7 years ago
Songhor dispute, a familiar pattern of pre-election ethnic violence along Nandi-Kisumu Border
African Virtual University launches new portal for mass learning
The continent’s pioneer E-learning institution of higher education, African Virtual University (AVU) will on Monday launch a new online portal to deliver Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)
By Kurian Musa 7 years ago
African Virtual University launches new portal for mass learning
Another firm enters sports betting boom
A Greek company, Intralot has entered the Kenyan sports betting market through a partnership with Acumen Communications Limited (ACL). Trading under mCheza brand, the firm wants to tap into the growing popularity of sport betting business in Kenya.
By Kurian Musa 8 years ago
Another firm enters sports betting boom
Ministry of sports embarks on building 47 county sports stadia
The Sports ministry has embarked on an ambitious plan to establish 47 county sports stadia around the country to promote the development of sports.
By Kurian Musa 8 years ago
Ministry of sports embarks on building 47 county sports stadia
Society stores opens retail outlet in Naivasha
Society Stores has opened another retail outlet in Naivasha, Nakuru County adding the chain of the merchandizing business to four in the country.
By Kurian Musa 8 years ago
Society stores opens retail outlet in Naivasha
Supreme Court: National Land Commission has no mandate to issue land title deeds
Issuance of land title deeds is a preserve of the Ministry of Lands, the Supreme Court has ruled on an advisory opinion sought by the National land commission (NLC) last year.
By Kurian Musa 8 years ago
Supreme Court: National Land Commission has no mandate to issue land title deeds
Safaricom, EABL scoop top awards
East African Breweries Limited was voted the Best Quoted Company of the Year, according to The Think Business 2015 Investment Awards held in Nairobi.
By Kurian Musa 8 years ago
Safaricom, EABL scoop top awards
Sacco says Kenya can attain UN forest cover goal before 2030
Kenya can achieve the United Nations requirement of the 10 per cent forest cover even before the global 2030 deadline if the country's youth and school going children are encouraged to plant more trees through support from the private sector and other conservation agencies.
By Kurian Musa 8 years ago
 Sacco says Kenya can attain UN forest cover goal before 2030
KWS allows bypass to cut through Nairobi National Park
The Ministry of Transport and the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) have struck a deal to hive off about 53 acres of land from the Nairobi National Park to give room for completion of the Nairobi Southern Bypass.
By Kurian Musa 8 years ago
KWS allows bypass to cut through Nairobi National Park
Timely information key to success of SMEs, says CS Adan Mohammed
The CS says the informal sector, where majority of SMEs fall, contributes about 30 per cent of the country’s GDP and hence the need to accord it the necessary information for growth.
By Kurian Musa 8 years ago
Timely information key to success of SMEs, says CS Adan Mohammed
CMC introduces MAN TGX truck
Motor dealer CMC Holdings has launched MAN TGX heavy duty truck in the local market to serve in the transportation of heavy commodities especially for the country's mining and gas sector.
By Kurian Musa 8 years ago
CMC introduces MAN TGX truck
Kingsway to market Goodrich all-terrain tyre for Kenyan market
Kingsway Tyres has launched the all-new BF Goodrich All Terrain KO2 tyres.
By Kurian Musa 8 years ago
Kingsway to market Goodrich all-terrain tyre for Kenyan market
Court orders EACC to reinstate staff
The Chief Executive Officer of the Ethics and Anti-corruption Commission (EACC) has been ordered to reinstate Henry Morara Ongwinyi to office as an education officer immediately.
By Kurian Musa 8 years ago
Court orders EACC to reinstate staff
Kenya’s ICEA Lion named best insurer
ICEA Lion has been named the Insurer of the year. The firm also emerged the General Insurer of the year during the Annual Think Business Insurance Awards held last Friday.
By Kurian Musa 8 years ago
Kenya’s ICEA Lion named best insurer
Kenya-South Korea MoU boosts local fishing industry
Kenya’s efforts to sustainably exploit her fish and marine resources got a major boost, this week, from the Korean government.
By Kurian Musa 8 years ago
Kenya-South Korea MoU boosts local fishing industry
Pharmacy board promotes efficiency through online platforms
The Pharmacy and Poisons Board has embraced the Integrated Financial Management Information Systems (IFMIS) and National Electronic Single Window System in its operations.
By KURIAN MUSA 8 years ago
Pharmacy board promotes efficiency through online platforms
African Nazarene University partners with donor organization to assist needy students
The African Nazarene University has partnered with Education for All Children (EFAC), a donor Organization in the USA, to run a scholarship and mentorship program for the less advantaged post primary and secondary scholars in Kenya.
By KURIAN MUSA 8 years ago
African Nazarene University partners with donor organization to assist needy students
Jirongo ordered to pay Sh4m to crash victim widow
Former Lugari MP Cyrus Jirongo has been ordered by the High Court to pay a widow over Sh4 million for an accident that caused the death of her husband 12 years ago.
By Kurian Musa 9 years ago
Jirongo ordered to pay Sh4m to crash victim widow
Why you may pay more for gas
The price of cooking gas - Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG) could rise significantly due to prolonged legal battle between Government and small medium enterprise (SMEs) firms engaged in refilling of cylinders.
By Kurian Musa 9 years ago
Why you may pay more for gas
Governors' new tussle with Uhuru
Governors have set the stage for a legal showdown following President Uhuru Kenyatta's assent to a controversial law that puts County billions in the hands of senators.
By Roselyne Obala and Kurian Musa 9 years ago
Governors' new tussle with Uhuru
Media owners want digital migration moved to June 2015
Consumer Federation of Kenya (Cofek) together with media owners have asked the Supreme Court to extend digital migration date to June next year when the whole world is expected to have moved from analogue to digital television broadcasting.
By Kurian Musa 9 years ago
Media owners want digital migration moved to June 2015
Media risk being muzzled by State, firms tell court
The Supreme Court has been asked to interpret the media laws and regulation policies in a manner that would not return Kenya to the dark days when the State had ultimate power to muzzle the media.
By Kurian Musa 9 years ago
Media risk being muzzled by State, firms tell court
Court bars EACC from hiring regional directors
The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) has been restrained from appointing Deputy Directors for their regional offices after an employee who had been shortlisted but fired moved to court.
By Kurian Musa 9 years ago
Court bars EACC from hiring regional directors
Pusetu moves to court in bid to fill Cotu post on NSSF board
The Federation of Kenya Public Service Unions of Kenya (Pusetu) is now demanding to take the slot reserved for the Central Organisation of Trade Unions (Cotu) in the national pension fund’s board.
By Kurian Musa, Augustine Oduor and Millicent Akello 9 years ago
Pusetu moves to court in bid to fill Cotu post on NSSF board
Attempts to shut down nine gas filling plants challenged
Middle tier and small companies marketing cooking gas in Kenya have claimed unfair treatment from government. The firms accuse State officials of favouring multinationals. They say plans by government agencies manning the petroleum industry to shut down nine gas refilling plants citing national security are discriminatory.
By Kurian Musa 9 years ago
Attempts to shut down nine gas filling plants challenged
Court awards Sh5m each to 6 ex-KEMRI doctors for wrongful dismissal
Industrial Court sitting in Nairobi has awarded five million shillings each to six former employees of Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI) for wrongful dismissal.
By KURIAN MUSA 9 years ago
Court awards Sh5m each to 6 ex-KEMRI doctors for wrongful dismissal
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