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Japanese car maker Toyota opens a car repair garage on Thika Road

Japanese car maker Toyota Motor Corporation has opened its first garage on Thika Road amid a plan to widen its service network in the country. The garage, launched in a… Read more »

USA Justice Department to attach a Senior Prosecutor in Kenya to strengthen the ongoing anticorruption efforts

The DPP Nordin Haji and his DCI counterpart George Kinoti have been on a visit to the US for the  last 3 days.After meeting the country’s FBI director David Bowdich… Read more »

Taxi driver in trouble after being found with fake new banknotes in Moyale

A taxi driver was almost arrested in Moyale on Tuesday after he was found in possession of fake banknote of the new Kenyan banknotes. Boniface Kamau had gone to deposit… Read more »

Matiang’i orders deportation of Chinese traders at Gikomba

Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i has ordered the deportation of four Chinese nationals engaging in business activities at Gikomba market in Nairobi. Dr Matiang’i, who spoke in Nakuru County on… Read more »

Laikipia farm where harvesting takes place every single day of the year

Every week like clockwork, Snowview farm is a hive of activity. While market traders show up to haggle with the management for the best produce, workers are busy planting delicate… Read more »

Looking to invest in Africa? The 7 sectors driving growth

The London Stock Exchange (LSE) prides itself on linking globally minded investors to ambitious, growing companies from around the world. One of the key ways it does this is by… Read more »

Mastermind Tobacco tycoon’s send-off, attended by only 8 mourners, leaves village in awe

Mastermind Tobacco tycoon Wilfred M’iti Murungi lived a reclusive life. He hardly mixed with villagers in his Magutuni area, Tharaka-Nithi County. When he died last week, the villagers and his… Read more »

The Chinese in Gikomba

Small-scale traders in Gikomba, Nyamakima and Kamukunji markets in Nairobi have new competitors — the Chinese. Tens of Chinese traders have opened shops in the crowded, informal markets that have… Read more »

One case of Ebola confirmed in Uganda

A five-year-old boy is being treated for Ebola in Uganda, the first case since an outbreak in neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo 10 months ago, the World Health Organisation said… Read more »

Suraya secures Sh1.6bn to complete pending projects [VIDEO]

Suraya Property Group has secured Sh1.6 billion in fresh financing to accelerate completion of some of its pending housing projects. The funding has been secured from four commercial banks namely… Read more »

Nandi Governor Stephen Sang arrested over tea farm destruction

Nandi Governor Stephen Sang has been arrested as police investigate him over the destruction of Kibwari tea estate, which is said to be on a grabbed piece of land. On… Read more »

Urithi’s housing bubble bursts as bank puts its land on sale

With a local bank putting up for sale one hundred acres of land belonging to Urithi Housing Co-operative Society, the housing bubble for one of Kenya’s leading real estate developers… Read more »

Fire breaks out in patient’s chest during surgery

An emergency operation on a 60-year-old Australian patient took an unexpected turn when a fire broke out in his open chest. Medics were able to put out the fire, caused… Read more »

Why Kenyans turn to private investigators

When Lawrence Mbuthia returned from Australia after two years of study and realised that there were huge, unaccounted-for sums of money missing from his company’s accounts, he reported the matter… Read more »

ODM gets last laugh as it wins Sh4 billion parties funds

The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) has been awarded Sh4.1 billion by the Court of Appeal after a protracted battle. The three-judge bench of the Court of Appeal was however split… Read more »