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  1. Shock for Bargain-hunters at KRA auction

    Bargain-hunters shocked by the ‘exaggerated’ price tags on the goods.

    KRA auction
  2. One million taxpayers yet to file returns as deadline looms

    Only 3.8 million taxpayers had filed their returns by June 20, KRA says.

    KRA Times Tower
  3. New entrant seeks to reduce fraud in car hire business

    Before loading their vehicles, car owners are required to produce information such as their logbook and registration.

    Rawlings Otini
  4. Safari Rally comes to Naivasha to boost trade and tourism

    Organisers say at least 10, 000 people from all over the world are expected to attend the World Rally Championship event

    Carl Tundo and Tim Jessop
  5. Wambui Nyutu: How we turned Warembo na UhuRuto dream into reality

    I cherish every opportunity I get the opportunity to transform society to be a better place.

    Wambui Nyutu
  6. PRIME Revealed: Sectors with big money in budget

    Construction, local manufacturing and importation of intermediate products to hand players handsome returns from July this year.

    welder
  7. Portal to cut out brokers in electricity connection

    Cartels have been fleecing individuals, firms who want to be hooked to the grid.

    Kenya Power technician
  8. New KTDA board takes over, suspends six bosses

    New directors also order forensic audit of operational and financial systems.

    Kenya Tea Development Agency directors
  9. Why reforms in coffee are far from taking firm root

    Endless wars pitting the national government and counties as well as the two Houses have seen the programme continue to choke in dust.

    Coffee farmers in Nyeri
  10. Digital banking must come with data protection

    There is the constant need to transform the basic banking processes, but these changes should not be at the cost of the consumer.

    Digital currency

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