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Muturi summons journalists over ‘House of Bribes’ story

He says the two journalists, parliamentary reporters Dinah Ondari and Anthony Mwangi, must provide evidence of the same to the Powers and Privileges Committee on Thursday at 10am

Big relief as Sh150 power fixed charge scrapped

Kenyans will enjoy cheaper electricity starting next month thanks to a tariff review that has cut costs by up to 82%. While unveiling the new...

Fatuma Ahmed becomes Kenya’s first female Major General

President Uhuru Kenyatta recognised her during the ceremony at State House in Nairobi and said her appointment was an honour for the country

Media fraternity mourns veteran editor Mathew Gathigira

The Kenyan media has lost one of its most respected and experienced editors. Mathew Gathigira, who died on Tuesday night, was the revise editor at...

New twist as KEBS says no mercury in seized sugar

Managing Director Charles Ongwae, however, concedes that there were traces of Copper and Lead that could be dangerous for human consumption

Britam shareholders to get Sh756m dividend

Company attributes 17% rise to enhanced dividends earned by the group mainly from subsidiaries which recorded improved performance despite a dip in net income earnings to Ksh 1.9 billion

CBK pledges action on banks linked to NYS scam

Governor Patrick Njoroge says investigations are anchored on a number of legislative guidelines including laws on money laundering, combating of financing of terrorism laws, and proceeds of crime and the Banking Act

Nakumatt kicks off 50% clearance sale

Shoppers are treated to clothes, clarks and sketchers, bicycles, stationary and carpets, kitchen wares, furniture and toys at the troubled retail chain's seven stores in Nairobi, Nakuru and Kisumu

‘Rafiki’ maker Wanuri Kahiu signs major deal

Ellen Goldsmith-Vein, founder and CEO of The Gotham Group, says that as an advocate for Africans, especially young women, Wanuri has established herself as a major cultural force

Sh200,000 fine for holding wrong M-Pesa transaction

Computer Abuse and Cyber Crimes Act, which came into law on Wednesday, targets those who intentionally hide or hold electronic messages, electronic payments, credit and debit card details sent in error