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Startup reaping big from e-commerce

Two gentlemen on a mission to democratise e-commerce at the prime internet age of 21st century are counting their blessings. They are not only...

President Uhuru angling to buy Nation Media

Aga Khan is expected in Kenya early March in a visit that will be used to crystallize talks with the Kenyatta family on the fate of Nation Media Group

Sh600m bribe story haunts Nation Media

Kenya Pipeline Chairman John Ngumi sues Nation Media Group for linking him to bribery scandal in Tanzania

Kenya inks Sh39b Global Fund grants agreement

The funds aim to reach 1.3 million people with antiretroviral therapy by 2021, and drastically expand interventions to find more missing cases of tuberculosis

Linus Kaikai to take up a new job after being fired...

While he had always been a marked man, the straw that broke the camel's back was the decision to defy his boss and proceed to air live proceedings at the NASA meeting at Uhuru Park on January 30

Larry Madowo clashes with CEO at Nation staff meeting

Planned sackings raise emotions at Nation as management staves off the tricky question of State House link

Govt releases 2018 school calendar, fees structure

The calendar details are contained in the same guidelines document spelling out fees payable in secondary schools starting January, indicating no fees have been levied on day secondary schools

Residents turn WhatsApp group into a Sacco

According to the Sacco chairman Duncan Kubasu, the group members sought to deviate from the culture of politicking every now and then that has engulfed the social media platforms across the country

Why Ruto’s 680 Hotel shut down Simmers Club

The popular Nairobi restaurant said to be causing disturbance to guests at William Ruto's 680 Hotel, which located right opposite

Angry Uhuru orders TV journalists to leave his function

Early, Friday, the United States, United Kingdom and the European Union had called on the government to stop infringing freedom of the media and the press