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Kenyans want cost of fuel, foodstuff cut

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Peter Okong’o Stung by the high cost of living and rampant unemployment, Kenyans want the cost of fuel and household goods reduced in the Sh3.08 tri...

Worry for consumers as regulator prepares to announce oil prices

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  Lewis Njoka Fuel prices could go up further tomorrow when Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) announces new pump prices as continued s...

Fish farmers bank on app to raise yield

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 Wahinya Henry Fish farmers in Nyanza  and Western regions are expecting increased production following introduction of a new technology to supp...

State halts power generation deals, cites low demand

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  Zachary Ochuodho The government has no plan to license new power producers until demand for the commodity increases. It said there would be no need...

How CBK tracks movement of cash in Kenya economy

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  Gilbert Mutegi Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) is in the process of demonetising 217.6 million pieces of the Sh1,000 old series notes, which its data s...

KNCCI moots plans to establish SME park

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Kinyuru Munuhe  Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry is in its formative stages of establishing a Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) Park ...

Sh1.1tr to be spent on loans repayment

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The next financial year Sh3.08 trillion budget will be 2.3 per cent lower than the 2018/19 one as a result of reduced allocation to the Consolidated F...

Safaricom, Vodacom plan purchase of M-Pesa rights from Vodafone

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Safaricom will start a joint venture with Vodacom to acquire the intellectual property rights to the popular M-Pesa mobile financial services platform...

Kenya Plantations and Agricultural Workers Union official says they are demanding 10 per cent salary increment. Photo/Courtesy
Tea export unshaken by US sanctions on Iran

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Tea export at the Mombasa Tea Auction remains unshaken despite growing fears of decline in sales after US renewed trade sanctions against Iran, one of...

Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho
Plans to privatise second container terminal questioned

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Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho and legislators from Coast have asked the government to stop plans to privatise the second container terminal, saying the...

National Bank of Kenya. Photo/DENNIS ONSONGO
NBK warned over ignoring audit requests

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Mercy Mwai @wangumarci The National Assembly has written to the National Bank of Kenya (NBK) management demanding for an explanation as to &...

Comesa deal to entrench agro-inputs technology across member countries

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Barry Silah @obel_barry Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (Comesa) has launched a partnership with global technology firm mPedigree t...

COMESA partners with mPedigree to eradicate fake agro-inputs

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Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) has launched a partnership with global technology firm mPedigree to eradicate fake agro-inputs ...

Industry to bear additional cost of anti-countfeit law

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Fred Aminga @faminga Proposed amendments to the Anti-Counterfeit Act could put more pressure on the ease of doing business in Kenya going by exor...

Standards disparity pile extra expenses on Kenyan consumer

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Fred Aminga @faminga The Kenyan consumer stands to be fleeced while procuring services and validating product quality due to inconsistency of loc...

‘No meat or water’ at sustainability meet

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Delegates attending the fourth Private Sector Conference on Sustainable Inclusive Business held at the United States International University-Africa, ...

Kwal managing director Lina Githuka
Kwal to invest Sh3b in new Tatu facility

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Kenya Wine Agencies Ltd (Kwal) plans to invest Sh3 billion in a new facility in Tatu City to enable it meet consumer demands for its fast-growing port...

Money
Feeling a little broke? Here are some means to an end

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Are you short on cash? Feeling a little broke? Here are some means to an end. Put your broke days behind you. Fuliza M-PESA This is a service that all...

NIC Bank secures Sh516m for lending to small businesses

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Zachary Ochuodho @zachuodho NIC Bank Kenya has signed a Sh515.9 million loan guarantee agreement with African Guarantee to facilitate the growth ...

A shopper at a supermarket. Photo/File
Buyer beware of expired foodstuff on retail shelves

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Fred Aminga @faminga Sale of expired food products is fast emerging as a lucrative venture for unscrupulous merchants and poses serious threat if...

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