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2 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com
The Nairobi Securities Exchange, which is currently selling shares to the public, is concerned that new entrants could affect it.
7 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com
PRESIDENT Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto have dismissed Cord's referendum calls.
11 hrs ago | Voice of America
11 hrs ago | Black Enterprise
Innov8tiv.com reports that CEO of iROKO Partners, one of Africa's top-funded startups and the machine behind iROKOtv , a leading platform for African films globally, will be moving its base of operations from London to Kigali, Rwanda.
12 hrs ago | Hispanic Business
Sixty-six million shares, each at a cost of Ksh9.50 will be on offer in the IPO that runs until .
16 hrs ago | Kenya Broadcasting Corporation
Attorney General Githu Muigai says the government is in the processes of implementing and reforming arbitration and dispute resolution laws in Kenya, to make the country more attractive to investors.
Energy Cabinet Secretary Davis Chirchir on Sunday said the government was actively seeking to bring down the power cost of doing business in Kenya in order to effectively compete with other African countries in attracting investors.
Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Telecoms operator Safaricom will have to sub-contract part of its Sh15 billion tender for installation of security surveillance system in Nairobi and Mombasa to local firms if Parliament approves amendments to the report that cleared it.
Western volunteers are fleeing Kenya, and taking billions of shillings in aid, even as a number of European embassies cut staff due to spiralling crime and insecurity.
An aerial view of a settlement in Mabira Forest Reserve, 55km east of the capital Kampala, April 21, 2007.
Democratic Party president general Nobert Mao is receiving treatment for pneumonia a lung infection at a hospital in neighboring Kenya.
At the 1300 GMT close of trade, commercial banks posted the shilling at 87.65/75, compared to 87.80/90 the previous day.
On June 12, 2014 in Enkorika, a village about 75 km from Kenya's Nairobi, a group of women gathered around the village centre.
The institutions say they "share a responsibility to work with and for the people of the tropics, to bring to bear the power of our understanding, science and innovation on the issues of the tropics to create a brighter future for the tropics and its peoples".
Parts of Nairobi will this weekend be plunged in darkness as Kenya Power rehabilitates electricity equipment and network in the said areas.
Davis & Shirtliff, the country's leading supplier of water equipment, Friday hosted a forum for County Water Directors in Nairobi to facilitate county administrations in accelerating water and power development in the counties: as the Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis reports that only 48.5 per cent of Kenyans yet have access ... (more)
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 06:36 pm
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