DR Congo: Where poor roads, rebels are nightmare to drivers

In December, over 1,500 trucks were stuck as drivers awaited roads to dry up.

Tea production for smallholder farmers under KTDA up 15.2 %

This has been pegged on favourable weather conditions.

KCB, MasterCard in new deal to expand payments in East Africa

Target markets include Kenya, Burundi, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda.

State targets 4.5m low income households in LPG growth drive

The Clean Cooking Gas project will also promote the use of LPG in learning institutions.

Mara investors warn of graft as Narok county drafts new leases

Hoteliers and other property owners in the Maasai Mara National Reserve have warned of an impending “mega scandal”, as ...

China-based AAQL Africa unveils Sh4.3bn investment in Kenya

Says fund to revolutionise E-commerce in the African continent.

Kenya, Tanzania take hit from Suez Canal disruption

Vessels have been avoiding key maritime routes as a result of the Houthi rebels attacks.

Kenya Power bounces back, posts Sh319m half-year net profit

This is from a Sh1.1 billion net loss during the previous period.

Locked Are motorists getting less fuel than amount paid for?

There has been concerns that fuel stations are "stealing" from customers.

Agents seek an end to KMA and KPA fees war

Shipping agents and shipping lines have opposed the regulator's move to scrap charges.

Locked Currency traders count losses as shilling gains

The local currency has gained close to 20 units against the US dollar in past 10 days.

Shilling gains 20 units on Eurobond buy back

President Ruto says the local currency has appreciated against the US dollar from Sh162 to Sh142

Safaricom shareholders to earn Sh0.55 per share

This is a drop from Sh0.58 paid last year

Kenya and India in Sh36n farming technology deal

The country has 7.5 million smallholder farmers, accounting for 80 percent of the country's total agricultural output.

Locked Banks change tack in chasing after bad debts

During Covid, Sh1.7 trillion were restructured

KTDA adopts technology to cut power bills

It is currently being piloted at Itumbe and Kiru tea factories under the KTDA Foundation in collaboration with GIZ

Locked More taxes loom to fund proposed Sh4.1tn budget

This is for the 2024-25 financial year which will go up from current Sh3.9tn.