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Nairobi to Coast SGR train fully booked up to May 7

Kenyans jammed the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) online booking train service, taking up space until May 7 a few hours after the restriction was...

KQ restores domestic flights

Kenya Airways has announced the resumption of domestic flights following the government's easing of movement restrictions imposed to contain the Covid-19 pandemic on Saturday. In...

Kenya rakes in Sh4.6bn from avocado exports in three months

Data from the Horticulture Directorate shows that the value of Kenya’s avocado exports jumped 93 per cent to Sh4.26 billion in the first quarter...

Avail land to private developers to help fix housing deficit, state urged

Mizizi Africa Homes has called on the government to avail land to private developers to accelerate efforts of bridging the country’s housing deficit. The infrastructural...

Chartered flights to boost tourism in Kenya

Chartered flights will play an important role in boosting tourism numbers in Kenya during the challenging Covid-19 pandemic period, Tourism CS Najib Balala has...

CBK approves liquidation of Chase Bank

Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) has appointed the Kenya Deposit Insurance Corporation (KDIC) to commence liquidation of Chase Bank Limited In-Receivership (CBLIR) due to...

Review Tax systems, MPs tell Yatani

Lawmakers have asked National Treasury Cabinet Secretary Ukur Yatani to form a national taskforce to review the national tax systems at the Kenya Revenue...

Tough times ahead as EPRA set to release new high fuel prices

Fuel prices will from midnight Wednesday increase to highest level in Kenya’s history. This is because of the rising crude oil costs in what may...

Uhuru roots for more trade and investment deals among African, Caribbean and Pacific countries

President Uhuru Kenyatta has called for more trade and investment deals among member countries of the Organization of African, Caribbean and Pacific States (OACPS). President...

Kenya to borrow an additional Sh1.3 trillion in the next 18 month

Kenya plans to borrow an additional Sh1.3trillion inclusive of at least two Eurobonds from the international financial markets in the next 18 months according...

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