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  1. Cattle diseases to watch out for as rains intensify

    Three cattle ailments that are associated with heavy rains are lumpy skin disease, Rift Valley Fever and three days’ sickness, all which are vector-borne.

     lumpy skin disease
  2. For good urban beekeeping, keep apiary away from people

    Urban beekeeping is common in developed countries as it gives aspiring bee farmers an opportunity to carry out the business.

    bee keeping
  3. PRIME Urban beekeeping

    As land sizes shrink, number of bees dwindle and demand for honey grows, experts advocate the keeping of the insects in the backyard.

    Bernard Kiruthu
  4. Jubilee Holdings defies Covid to net Sh4b profit

    Regional insurer records an almost two per cent jump in earnings in a tough year.

  5. CBK okays Chase Bank’s liquidation

    Regulator approves sale of lender’s property that was left out when it was acquired by SBM of Mauritius about two years ago.

  6. KRA nets Sh21 billion from out-of-court tax battles

    The taxman has been trying to woo firms to resolve their tax cases through alternative dispute resolution (ADR) mechanisms.

    KRA Times Tower
  7. Homes pay Sh38bn for non-existent insurance policies

    Businesses, individuals and households have spent Sh38.1 billion on non-existent insurance covers following delays in remitting premiums to insurers.

    IRA
  8. Coronavirus eats deeply into pensioners’ savings

    Workers’ reserves experienced slowest growth in five years, latest data shows

    etirement Benefit Authority CEO Nzomo Mutuku
  9. PRIME Mumias sends 800 workers home

    Limping miller stopped operations due to lack of raw materials.

    Mumias Sugar Company
  10. CMA goes after board members of Imperial Bank  

    The regulator says it also wants them to explain why they failed to report the financial statements fraud to CMA.

    Imperial Bank

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