1. Telkom Kenya, Kenya Railways in Sh222m debt dispute

    Bid to obtain a court order compelling the railway agency to settle debt has flopped.

    Telkom booths
  2. Fraudsters now find easy targets in gullible farmers 

    Some say they have rich employers where I can make cash.

    A man gazes at photos of cows on a computer.
  3. Greenhouse puts lunch on high school students’ table 

    Sokoro Girls Secondary School students and teachers normally harvest the tomatoes four months after planting.

    Some of the students at Sokoro Girls Secondary School in Elburgon, Nakuru County
  4. DTB profits up 21 percent in nine months

    The bank’s earnings were propelled by an increase in net interest income from Sh14.7 billion to Sh16.8 billion.

  5. West Pokot, Siaya among seven counties deep in gambling - report

    Majority of adults in the seven counties spent most of their time gambling and betting their fortunes away.

    Central Bank of Kenya offices in Nairobi
  6. Clock ticks on KRA tax register deadline

    A spot check showed that some small and medium-sized businesses are yet to comply.

    Times Tower. KRA
  7. Horticulture earnings drop to 24-month low 

    Value of exports dropped five per cent to Sh8.8 billion down from Sh9.3 billion.

     horticultural products
  8. Crime and its impact on the property market 

    Property owners should engage independent security experts, separate from their service provider to get a fresh perspective.

    Home security system
  9. KCB commits Sh130 million for drought response

    The support will go towards augmenting government efforts in cushioning households hard hit by the drought.

  10. KenGen rolls out electric vehicles

    The company seeks to transition its fleet to battery-powered motor vehicles to cut emissions.


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