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Why Kenya is teetering on the brink of a full-blown economic crisis
Why Kenya is teetering on the brink of a full-blown economic crisis

By Dominic Omondi | 1 hour ago

FINANCIAL STANDARD

On Friday, Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Peter Munya, urged Kenyans, the biggest consumers of maize on this side of the Sahara, only matched by Malawians, to stop their over-reliance on the grain.

Used trucks, buses import ban revs up flagging auto industry
Used trucks, buses import ban revs up flagging auto industry

By Macharia Kamau | 1 hour ago

FINANCIAL STANDARD

Kenya has stepped up efforts aimed at developing a robust local auto industry by banning the importation of second-hand buses and trucks.

Outgoing RBA boss is dead
Outgoing RBA boss is dead

By Winfrey Owino | 15 hours ago

BUSINESS

The pensioners’ authority had announced that Mutuku will proceed on terminal leave ahead of his retirement on June 30.

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