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Uhuru leads Kenyans mark Mashujaa Day fete

Main Topix: President William Ruto - Nyayo National Stadium
President Uhuru Kenyatta Arrives At Nyayo Stadium For The Mashujaa Day Celebrations On October 20, 2014. PHOTO | PSCU President Uhuru Kenyatta arrives at Nyayo Stadium for the Mashujaa Day celebrations on October 20, 2014.
  • CapitalFM
    Uhuru, Ruto lead Kenyans in marking Mashujaa Day
  • The Daily Nation
    Foundation demands medal awards and cash for former Mau Mau fighters

Kenyans urged to diversify food production

Agriculture, Fisheries and Livestock Cabinet Secretary Felix Koskei. The ministry was allocated Sh36.981 billion to boost food production in the current financial year.
  • East African
    FAO pushes for climate smart farming to curb food insecurity

Respite for Kenya exporters after Dar signs EPA

Main Topix: Market Access Regulation - Kenya Lodewijk Briet
Kenya is a major exporter of cut flowers and vegetables to the EU. On export taxes, the two teams agreed that the EAC will be allowed to impose taxes on a limited number of products, subject to a review of such taxes by the EPA Council after 4 years.

Will the annuity mechanism succeed?

Main Topix: Transport And Infrastructure Ministry - President Uhuru Kenyatta
Will the annuity mechanism succeed in financing long-term road projects? Kenya is seeking to use the model launched in July by President Uhuru Kenyatta to develop 10,000 kilometres of paved roads in five years.

Kenya frustrating probe on Kismayu charcoal saga - UN

Main Topix: Kenyan UN Ambassador Macharia Kamau - UN Somalia-Eritrea Monitoring Group
Traders Selling Charcoal In The Post Of Kismayu, Somalia On May 21, 2013. PHOTO | FILE Traders selling charcoal in the post of Kismayu, Somalia on May 21, 2013. A United Nations monitoring group has claimed that Kenyan authorities are “unwilling” to allow one of its experts to stay in Nairobi in ongoing investigations into alleged illegal sale of charcoal in Kismayu, Somalia.

No reprieve yet for exporters to Europe

Workers Preparing Flowers For Export At Chemirei Farm In Kericho. PHOTO | FILE Exporters to the European Union are expected to foot Sh2 billion in duty over the first three months even after Kenya signed a new trade agreement allowing tax free access to the market.

East Africa States close to picking consultant for oil export pipeline

Main Topix: Ministry Energy And Petroleum - Kenyan Energy Ministry
Nairobi; Kenya: Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda are in the final stages of deciding on a consultant to oversee building a pipeline to pump the region's oil to the coast for export, a senior Kenyan Energy Ministry official said yesterday.

Power bills set to reduce by 30pc

Main Topix: Director Of Digital Communication - Deputy President William Ruto
Energy Cabinet Secretary Davis Chirchir (centre), Principal Secretary Joseph Njoroge (left) and Director of Digital Communication in the Office of the President Dennis Itumbi during a forum on energy on October 16.

Bomas convention centre plans still on

Ground breaking for the Bomas International Convention and Exhibition Centre could take place early next year if an ongoing feasibility study for the project is completed in time.