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Nairobi, Kenya: National Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich is walking a tightrope as he seeks to raise revenue to finance devolution as well as halt cash leakage and wastage.
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Why insurers are looking to low-income earners for new business
Kenya: The US has handed over the Anti-Terrorism Assistance Camp at the Kenya Navy Manda Bay to the Ministry of Defence. US Ambassador to Kenya Robert Gordec handed over the facili
The Common Market for East and Southern Africa-COMESA says it is targeting to have a common market and a monetary union by the year 2018. COMESA assistant secretary general for pro
Agriculture Principal Secretary Sicily Kariuki. NAIROBI: Kenya plans to sell a 51 per cent stake in five sugar millers to strategic investors starting this month as it looks to com
Kenya: A case pitting Transport Principal Secretary Nduva Muli and his sister over family property has taken a new twist, with the PS accusing a Court of Appeal judge and her husba
President Uhuru Kenyatta has once again fired a warning salvo to extremists in the country, saying that his Government will deal firmly with terrorists. The President said that the
The Interior and National Coordination Principal Secretary Josephta Mukobe has commanded the warders to stop the use of mobile phones by inmates with an immediate effect. Josephta
Many of the public hospitals in the remote areas have just one or two doctors. The assurance by the Ministry of Health that the recent resignations by doctors in public hospitals i
Education principal secretary Belio Kipsang at a past event. PS says government is seeking investors for an assembly plant to lower cost of acquiring the devices. The Education min
NAIROBI, Kenya, Apr 3- The government has announced plans to increase funds to counties from last year’s 32 percent to 43 percent which will bring it to Sh226 billion from Sh