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Safaricom fined Sh0.5M for poor service

Telecom operator Safaricom was fined half a million shillings by the Communications Authority of Kenya this year for failing the quality of service parameters.

Companies urged to be open with financial reports

Companies are being urged to be open with their financial reports to enable investors make informed decisions.

Gunmen kill former Moyale MP Guyo Halake

Former Moyale Member of Parliament Guyo Liban Halake was Wednesday night shot dead by unknown assailants at his home in Butiye village within Moyale town.

Govt to install Ebola detection machines

The government will install Ebola detection machines at airports and ports of entry to enhance detection of people with the virus and other viruses, Director of Medical Services Dr.

Kenya Power records 87.5% growth

Main Topix: Dr Ben Chumo - Kenya Power
Electricity distribution company, Kenya Power, has reported 87.56% growth in net profits to Shs.6.46 billion during the 2013/14 trading period up from Shs.3.44 billion recorded last year.

National digital registry system to go live in 2016

The National Digital Registry System is expected to go live in June 2016 facilitating the sharing of data among institutions.

12 injured in Garissa grenade attack

Security officers in Garissa are investigating an incident where 12 people were on Wednesday evening injured when unknown assailants hurled a grenade at a shop.

Gor Mahia, Sofapaka set for do-or-die match

Main Topix: KUSU SG Charles Mukhwaya - Kenyan Premier League
Gor Mahia coach Frank Nuttall says his team will be eyeing maximum points when they take on 2009 Sofapaka in a crunch Kenyan Premier League match in Machakos this weekend.

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