Kenya and Rwanda seek to boost business and leisure travel

The Kenya Association of Travel Agents (KATA) in partnership with Rwanda Development Board (RDB) and Rwanda Chamber of Tourism (RCOT) have entered a deal...

35pc of buildings risk demolition due to safety concerns

The government says 35% of all buildings in the country are unfit for habitation and will soon be demolished. Public Works Principal Secretary Gordon Kihalangwa...

Kenya determined to conclude trade deal with US, President Kenyatta says

President Uhuru Kenyatta has reiterated Kenya’s determination to conclude ongoing negotiations with the United States of America and sign a Free Trade Agreement (FTA). The...

Fare reduction by local airlines to boost tourism

Tourism stakeholders at the Coast have welcomed the reduction of fares by local airlines saying this would increase domestic travel and boost the industry. They...

Co-operative Bank secures Kshs 8.25B from IFC for MSME lending

Co-op Bank has secured Kshs. 8.25 billion ($75 million) for onward lending to the Micro Small and Medium Enterprises at affordable terms. The long-term loan...

KRA targets Kshs. 200B locked in disputes to boost revenue

The Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) relying on the Tax Appeals Tribunal (TAT) to expedite resolutions that will see it access more than Kshs. 200...

Diaspora remittances defy covid setbacks to grow 10.7%

Kenyans in the diaspora have sent home a record Kshs 340 billion ($3.094 billion) in 12 months to December 2020 despite COVID-19 setbacks in...

Tatu City partners with Konza to attract investors to Kenya

Tatu City will collaborate with Konza Technopolis to attract investors to Kenya, Rendeavour’s Executive Vice President Preston Mendenhall and KoTDA’s CEO Eng John Tanui...

Busia county partners with NWHSA to improve water accessibility

The Busia County government and the National Water Harvesting and Storage Authority (NWHSA) have signed a partnership deal aimed at improving the county’s water...

CS threatens to disband committees opposed to Coffee Cherry Fund

Agriculture CS Peter Munya has threatened to disband coffee management committees for refusing to accredit their members for the Cherry Advance revolving fund. Munya says...
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