1. Sale of State firms: Here comes the damper

    Listed companies in which the government has a controlling stake or major influence have shed Sh408.5 billion in value this year.

  2. Why Kenyans are cutting beer, cigarette consumption

    Excise taxes on beer and cigarettes – the core products under the tax category— are on a negative trend.

  3. PREMIUM Middle class turn to salary advances as economy bites

    Commercial banks have registered a surge in the number of customers tapping salary advances.

  4. PREMIUM For Margaret Nyakango, when it rains it pours

    Margaret Nyakang'o, the Controller of Budget, has for four years kept an eye on the use of public funds and cited expenditure breaches.

  5. Cooking gas prices heat up, again

    The average cost of cooking gas has shot back to levels that prompted the Ruto administration to scrap the eight percent VAT.

  6. Ruto’s projects spending plunges to eight-year low

    Economists reckon reduced spending on development projects hurting the creation of new job opportunities.

    William Ruto
  7. State frets over lack of links between SMEs, learning institutions

    SMEs have significantly contributed to innovation and skill development among the youth.

    Graduation ceremony
  8. Here is Nyeri’s champion bulls farmer

    Eric Gitahi makes a tidy sum by auctioning his bulls during events sponsored by the Agricultural Society of Kenya.

    Eric Gitahi
  9. Meet Bill Gates’ Makueni host

    Mary Mathuli’s fortune and confidence as a village-based adviser grew in leaps and bounds when she hosted the Microsoft founder.

    Mary Mathuli
  10. Matatu insurer Invesco put in liquidation again 

    Insurance Regulatory Authority has advised customers to stop entering into new insurance contracts with the firm.

    NMS Green Park terminus