1. Why law requires seizing suspected rabies animals

    I have previously reported on cases of rabies in cattle and dogs, each from a different perspective that helps to understand the different aspects of this deadly disease.

     animal health service provider
  2. Pastoralists embrace crops to beat climate change effects griculture

    Experts want agro-pastoralists given practical training to make them understand the new environment and realities of global warming.

    alka Bisanadi Cultural Village
  3. Carrefour loses abuse of buyer power appeal

    CAK hit Carrefour with a Sh1.1 billion fine over the structuring of its contracts with suppliers, a decision it said it would appeal.

    Carrefour Supermarket
  4. Kericho, Bomet locals make demands ahead of tea firm sale

    Tea multinationals have had long-running disputes with communities in South Rift.

    Chagaik tea estate
  5. KRA's e-Tims rule pushes scrap metal smuggling to neighbouring countries

    Most scrap metal dealers sell their products to neighbouring countries, with Tanzania being the lead market.

  6. KRA owes suppliers Sh9.5bn following funding cut

    The taxman has accumulated pending bills worth billions of shillings.

    KRA headquarters
  7. Safaricom Ethiopia eyes Sh46bn loan from IFC

    Global private sector financier reveals plans to top up the debt.

    Safaricom headquarters
  8. Borrowing for consumption rises due to high cost of living

    Lending institutions record increased demand for loans.

    Kenyan currency
  9. Nairobi hosts 99th Endeavor ISP global eventĀ 

    This is the first time that the ISP global event has been hosted in Kenya.

    Linda Rottenberg
  10. State pledges support for digitisation of financial services

    The financial services industry is a key cog in transformation.

    Brian Kariuki