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Agnes Kavindu Muthama Sworn In As Machakos Senator

The by-election was defined by low vote turnout for a better part of the day. The poll stations and officials remained idle with most polling stations reporting a turnout of less than 15% by 1pm.

Tea Farmers Take Charge Through KTDA Elections

The President recognized the need for the realignment of KTDA in favor of small scale farmers directed the Attorney General to conduct an inquiry into a conflict of interest in KTDA and sets limit for  KTDA directors and chairmen.

KCPE Exams Kick Off Countrywide

During the exercise, CS Magoha sounded a warning to schools that had collected money from students but failed to register them for the examinations saying they would face the full wrath of the law.

Jerim Otieno Elected AKI Board Chairman

Mr Jerim Otieno was elected the chairman of the Association of Kenya Insurers (AKI) Board during the Association’s 34th annual general meeting of March...

Tanzania Swears in Samia Suluhu as New President

In her first public address as president, the 61-year-old leader announced 21 days of mourning for Magufuli and public holidays on March 22 and on March 25, the day the late president will be buried.

Government Opens a New Biashara Centre in Mombasa

Government agencies already set up at the center include Kenya Accreditation Service (KENAS), Kenya Industrial Property Institute (KIPI), Kenya Industrial Estates (KIE), Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA), Numerical Machining Complex (NMC), Kenya Industrial and Development Institute (KIRDI), Micro and Small Enterprises Authority (MSEA), among others.

I’ve Lost a Friend, Uhuru Mourns President John Magufuli

ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi, eulogized Magufuli and wished the Tanzania Constitution guides Tanzania through a smooth transition as they celebrate his legacy anchored on the war against corruption and strengthening of the economy.

A Former News Anchor Dies After Contracting Covid-19

After seven years of working at NTV, Mukami left to found her own public relations firm. She started the frontiers international limited which she ran till her point of death.

Samia Suluhu: Tanzania’s First Female President

Samia's political career began in 2000 when she decided to join politics. She was elected as a special seat member to the Zanzibar House of Representatives and was appointed a minister by President Amani Karume.

Women Owned SMEs to Reap Big From Equity’s Newly Signed SME...

Women-owned and led SMEs and the youth can access the funds through the Equitel menu, Equity branches, Eazzy Banking app, and through the USSD code by dialing *247#.