High global tea prices lift farmer earnings to record Sh84 billion
Small-scale tea farmers are set to earn more after revenue for the year 2015-2016 rose by a third on higher production and stable Kenyan shilling.
By Lee Mwiti | 4 years ago
Encourage study of agriculture in schools in Kenya
From childhood, my dream was to pursue a degree in agriculture. A valid dream considering how prioritised the production of crops such coffee, tea, sugarcane, flowers and maize were.
Evance Jowi | 4 years ago
Blame game emerges as sugarcane zones conflict in western Kenya turns violent
Fierce competition for mature cane in Western is turning ugly as rival millers and farmers are caught up in violent confrontations.
Titus Oteba | 4 years ago
Governors propose lockdown to curb spread of Covid-19
By Erick Abuga
- This man Jakoyo: MP’s last message to Raila Odinga
- Ruto: Tweets that tell the story of a fall out
By Allan Mungai
- Jubilee poached me – Mwaura
- TB Joshua to be buried at his synagogue, wife set to take over
By Too Jared
- Raila returns to Coast amid a lull
By Benard Sanga