Archive

Latest 0 Comments

Business highlights – February 13, 2018

Jordan pledges to boost trade ties with Kenya The Kingdom of Jordan on Monday pledged to strengthen ties with Kenyan as they heralded a new chapter in their diplomatic relationship with

News 0 Comments

News headlines

News highlights Court orders vote recount in Embakasi East The High Court on Monday ordered for a recount of all the ballots cast in the Embakasi East constituency poll carried

Politics 0 Comments

Newspaper summaries – February 13, 2018

Daily Nation Distributor confirms fake condoms are in the market A local distribution company has confirmed that fake condoms are in circulation, sparking health fears. As the world marks the

News 0 Comments

Evening news headlines

News highlights Counties owe KEMSA Ksh2.6 billion for medical supplies  County governments owe the Kenya Medical Supplies Authority (KEMSA) more than Ksh2.6 billion in unpaid cash for medicines supplied. According to

Latest 0 Comments

Afternoon sports highlights – February 12, 2018

Pep Guardiola says Kevin De Bruyne could challenge Messi and Cristiano for Ballon d’Or Pep Guardiola believes Kevin De Bruyne could challenge Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo for this year’s

Business 0 Comments

Afternoon business highlights – February 12, 2018

Kenafric makes foray into Ethiopian market Kenafric Industries has become one of the first Kenyan companies to break into the Ethiopian market with a Ksh500 million (USD$5 million) investment in a biscuit

News 0 Comments

Afternoon news headlines

News highlights High Court maintains Ojaamong’s victory in contest for Busia Governor seat The High Court in Busia has upheld the election of Sospeter Ojamoong as governor. Presiding judge Kiarie

Sports 0 Comments

Sports highlights – February 12, 2018

AFC Leopards tie with Fosa Juniors despite home field advantage GOtv Shield champions AFC Leopards were held to a frustrating 1-1 draw at home by visiting Fosa Juniors from Madagascar in

Business 0 Comments

Business highlights – February 12, 2018

NGO opposes cutting down of Iveti Forest trees Greenpeace Africa, a non-governmental organisation (NGO), has opposed the planned felling of exotic cypress and pine plantations at 22.2-hectare Iveti Forest in

News 0 Comments

News headlines

News highlights Lawyers suspend planned countrywide court boycott Lawyers have suspended their plan to boycott courts from Monday to protest blatant violations of rights and disobedience of court orders by