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Wheat Fields Become New Home for Dirty Money

A number of businesses, including Safaricom cash transfer service M-Pesa, will stop taking old notes from today 25th September.

Sudan gags three leading newspapers

A number of journalists, who were covering protests over high food prices in parts of the country, were also held by the government in a move to intimidate them.

Bakex Millers aims higher with new wheat mill plant

Demand for wheat products has seen Thika based grain miller Bakex Millers Limited unveil a new, state-of-the-art wheat mill as part of its strategy...

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