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Insurance agents want IRA top job vacancy filled

BIMA Intermediaries Association of Kenya Chairman Washington Ndegea claims the acting commissioner is being held captive by cartels inside the industry

Knut delegates exchange blows over Sossion

Delegates meeting disrupted as he declares decision by Labour Cabinet Secretary Phyllis Kandie is aimed at intimidating the union for opposing ministry of Education reforms

Survey shows class 6 pupils can’t handle class 4 work

The study, which was conducted between July 2016 and July 2017, assessed writing, listening and spelling as well as children’s ability to perform mathematical problems

Express Kenya CEO buyout plan halts shares trading

Hector Robert Dinis is set to acquire the firm by buying 38.36% of the issued shares currently held by Etcoville Holdings Limited

David Ndii still in custody after dramatic arrest

Economist David Ndii is in police custody since Sunday. Ndii, who is a senior figure in the Opposition National Super Alliance where he advises...

Nairobi MCAs move to ban commercial sex

The mover of the motion Mwangi Njihia, the Woodley Kenyatta Golf Course MCA, said that the vice has led to increased immorality and sexually transmitted diseases among the young people

First Lady pledges to eradicate new HIV infections

While noting the significant reduction in HIV prevalence in the country, Margaret Kenyatta encouraged a multi-agency and multi-faceted campaign to further s5cale down prevalence.

Hemingways Watamu to reopen after Sh1.2b facelift

The property, which was established in 1988, re-enters the market on December 1 as a 39 room boutique hotel along with Hemingways Residences, a privately owned residential development

SMEs kept economy alive, CBK Governor says

Wholesale & retail, transport & storage and real estate service sectors exhibited strong growth to counter the sluggish performance of manufacturing and agriculture

Court gives CBK nod to tender for new currency

De La Rue Security Printing firm and another interested printing company had sought to stop CBK from opening the tender documents