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One Town One Bar: Storm Over Rigathi’s Alcoholism Proposal

Gachagua is pushing county governments in the Mt. Kenya region to cut the number of the entertainment joints whose licenses allow them to operate late into the night, as opposed to regular bar licenses requiring them to close at 11 pm.

Supreme Court on Divorce: No 50:50 Wealth Splits

The bone of contention was whether assets in divorce cases should be distributed on a 50-50 basis or on the basis of individual contributions to their acquisition. Article 45(3) of the constitution does not state distribution should be on a 50:50 basis or provide a mathematical formula of sharing matrimonial property.

KCB Appoints New Rwanda Managing Director

Mutesi replaces George Odhiambo who, according to the company, will be assigned other duties within the Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) Group. Odhiambo was appointed MD of KCB Bank Rwanda in 2017, and took charge of the merged entity, BPR Bank Rwanda, in April 2022.

No Calls After Work Hours? Why New Bill Has Employers Protesting

FKE Executive Director Jacqueline Mugo voiced opposition to the bill, stating that it would hinder labour relations and negatively impact plans to cut unemployment. She maintains that employers should be able to run their operations as they see fit.

SGR Goes Cashless

Besides the service stations, Madaraka Express tickets are sold online via the KRC website. The route includes two main stations at Mombasa and Nairobi and seven intermediate stations at Mariakani, Miasenyi, Voi, Mtito Andei, Kibwezi, Emali and Athi River.

Jiffy Pictures: How Lulu & Rashid Built Giant Production House

Jiffy Pictures was established by Lulu Hassan and Rashid Abdallah, one of Kenya's well-known media couples, in 2016.

Civil Servants to Earn More as Housing Allowances Rise

“The new rates for the house allowances shall apply to all public officers, other than state officers at the national and county government, including state corporations from the scheduled effective date of implementation. Respective employers in the civil service should initiate Collective Bargaining Agreements (CBAs) with the relevant trade unions in the implementation of the reviewed/harmonised herein” a circular from the SRC confirmed.

Sheila Kwamboka: From Big Brother Africa to Radio Queen

Her personality and charm endeared her to listeners - especially young people, during her early stint on Homeboyz Radio. When Standard Group announced the launch of Vybez, an all-Reggae and Dancehall station in Kenya in 2019, she was unveiled as host of the morning show.

Inside De La Rue – Kenya’s Troubled Money Maker

Kenya's shilling is one of 69 currencies for which De La Rue is responsible for selling high-security paper and printing technology. Besides cash, it helps governments among other authorities produce driving licenses, passports, tax stamps and food vouchers - all loaded with high-security features.

Sheila ‘Kwambox’ Quits Vybez Radio for Kiss

Standard is undertaking a restructuring exercise that has seen numerous journalists hand in their resignations even as others are fired as part of cost-cutting efforts.