opinion

6 hours ago, 02:57
@TheStar - By: Shivo Edwin
SHIVO EDWIN: Tragic translocation mars rhino day

Every year September 22 is marked as World Rhino Day. The day provides an opportunity for the public, different conservation organisations and institutions to celebrate rhinos in their own unique ways ...

Category: topnews news oped opinion
11 hours ago, 21:59
@DailyNation -
THE CUTTING EDGE THE CUTTING EDGE THE CUTTING EDGE

Construction of bypasses should stop until all the estate roads are repaired. ...

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15 hours ago, 18:03
@BusinessDaily - By: Lynet Igadwah
Sh8.7 billion for damaged roads shaved from budget

MPs have removed Sh8.7 billion from the kitty on road repairs occasioned by floods after establishing that there was no clear road map on implementation of the project. ...

Category: business opinion news markets
15 hours ago, 18:03
@BusinessDaily - By: Brian Ngugi
Judiciary Sh1.5bn slash reversed on fears of World Bank dispute

The Judiciary received a slight reprieve after MPs voted to increase its budget by Sh1.5 billion for fear of upsetting the World Bank. ...

Category: business opinion news markets
15 hours ago, 17:59
@BusinessDaily - By: John Mutua
Rural electrification budget cut by Sh2.6bn

Some homes in rural Kenya will have to wait longer to get electricity after the budget for building transmission lines and installing transformers was cut by Sh2.6 billion. ...

Category: business opinion news markets
15 hours ago, 17:53
@BusinessDaily - By: John Mutua
MPs cut gas subsidy by Sh1.5bn

MPs voted to reduce the budget for supply of a million more six-kilogramme (kg) gas cylinders with cooking accessories at half price to poor homes by Sh1.5 billion ...

Category: business opinion news markets
17 hours ago, 15:25
@TheEastAfrican - By: Elsie Eyakuze
Tanzanians aren’t lazy but we can slow you right down

We are simply… pragmatic about the joys of living. Just like the Spaniards. ...

Category: topnews news oped opinion
15 hours ago, 17:36
@BusinessDaily - By: Doreen Wainainah
Safaricom in bid to increase female managers

Safaricom has entered into a deal with a UK-based organisation to provide mentorship in the telco’s bid to increase the number of women in leadership positions at the firm. ...

Category: business corporate news opinion
15 hours ago, 17:34
@BusinessDaily - By: Doreen Wainainah
Uber cashes in on popularity of tuk tuks cabs

US-based e-hailing service company Uber is betting on the popularity of Mombasa’s signature three-wheelers with the launch of a tuk tuk service in Mombasa. ...

Category: business corporate news opinion
16 hours ago, 17:15
@BusinessDaily - By: James Kariuki
Limuru Road hotel eyes global brands

A multi-million shilling five-star hotel-cum-long stay facility will be put up between the Canadian High Commission and Rwandan Embassy on Limuru Road. ...

Category: business corporate news opinion

opinion

6 hours ago, 02:57
@TheStar - By: Shivo Edwin
SHIVO EDWIN: Tragic translocation mars rhino day

Every year September 22 is marked as World Rhino Day. The day provides an opportunity for the public, different conservation organisations and institutions to celebrate rhinos in their own unique ways ...

Category: topnews news oped opinion
11 hours ago, 21:59
@DailyNation -
THE CUTTING EDGE THE CUTTING EDGE THE CUTTING EDGE

Construction of bypasses should stop until all the estate roads are repaired. ...

Category: oped opinion news
15 hours ago, 18:03
@BusinessDaily - By: Lynet Igadwah
Sh8.7 billion for damaged roads shaved from budget

MPs have removed Sh8.7 billion from the kitty on road repairs occasioned by floods after establishing that there was no clear road map on implementation of the project. ...

Category: business opinion news markets
15 hours ago, 18:03
@BusinessDaily - By: Brian Ngugi
Judiciary Sh1.5bn slash reversed on fears of World Bank dispute

The Judiciary received a slight reprieve after MPs voted to increase its budget by Sh1.5 billion for fear of upsetting the World Bank. ...

Category: business opinion news markets
15 hours ago, 17:59
@BusinessDaily - By: John Mutua
Rural electrification budget cut by Sh2.6bn

Some homes in rural Kenya will have to wait longer to get electricity after the budget for building transmission lines and installing transformers was cut by Sh2.6 billion. ...

Category: business opinion news markets
15 hours ago, 17:53
@BusinessDaily - By: John Mutua
MPs cut gas subsidy by Sh1.5bn

MPs voted to reduce the budget for supply of a million more six-kilogramme (kg) gas cylinders with cooking accessories at half price to poor homes by Sh1.5 billion ...

Category: business opinion news markets
17 hours ago, 15:25
@TheEastAfrican - By: Elsie Eyakuze
Tanzanians aren’t lazy but we can slow you right down

We are simply… pragmatic about the joys of living. Just like the Spaniards. ...

Category: topnews news oped opinion
15 hours ago, 17:36
@BusinessDaily - By: Doreen Wainainah
Safaricom in bid to increase female managers

Safaricom has entered into a deal with a UK-based organisation to provide mentorship in the telco’s bid to increase the number of women in leadership positions at the firm. ...

Category: business corporate news opinion
15 hours ago, 17:34
@BusinessDaily - By: Doreen Wainainah
Uber cashes in on popularity of tuk tuks cabs

US-based e-hailing service company Uber is betting on the popularity of Mombasa’s signature three-wheelers with the launch of a tuk tuk service in Mombasa. ...

Category: business corporate news opinion
16 hours ago, 17:15
@BusinessDaily - By: James Kariuki
Limuru Road hotel eyes global brands

A multi-million shilling five-star hotel-cum-long stay facility will be put up between the Canadian High Commission and Rwandan Embassy on Limuru Road. ...

Category: business corporate news opinion
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