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Expensive airtime and cooking gas push up the cost of living in July

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Overall, prices of goods and services in the economy increased at a rate of 6.44 percent last month compared to an inflation rate of 6.32 percent.

Expensive airtime and cooking gas push up the cost of living in July

By Dominic Omondi | 3 days ago

Kenya ranks high in inequality among African peers - report

Kenya ranks high in inequality among African peers - report

Earnings among the richest 10 per cent increased from 36 per cent in the 1998/99 financial year to 58 per cent in 2005/2006.

Wambu Wainaina | 22 days ago

Why there is no need to worry about population increase

The world’s population is likely to peak at 9.7 billion in 2064, and then decline to about 8.8 billion by the end of the century.

Allan Mungai | 23 days ago

Women now on top in the changing jobs market

Decades later, the woman is now on top of man in eking a living

Graham Kajilwa | 1 month ago

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