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Newspaper summaries – March 1, 2018

Daily Nation Counties claim ‘ownership’ of Nyahururu town Present-day Nyahururu town was formerly known as Thomson’s Falls. The town sprouted when the colonial railway line connected Nairobi to Laikipia region

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Business highlights – February 27, 2018

Kengen half-year profit drops to Ksh4 billion Kengen’s half year profit has dropped from Ksh4.6 billion in 2016 to Ksh4 billion in the six months ending December 31st, 2017. The

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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

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Business highlights – February 6, 2018

World’s 3rd largest logistics company opens Kenya office Nippon Express, a Japan-based firm and the world’s 3rd largest logistics company, is set to launch a subsidiary office in Kenya today.

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Afternoon business highlights – November 16, 2017

Longhorn Publishers to sell Ksh102 million stake in Law Africa Longhorn Publishers Limited has resolved to enter into negotiations for the sale of its entire shareholding in LawAfrica Publishing Limited

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Business highlights – August 29 2017 – New KenGen MD to help power producer meet growing demand for electricity

KenGen secretary named acting MD: Kenya’s largest power producer, Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KenGen), has appointed company secretary Rebecca Miano as the firm’s managing director and CEO in an acting

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Business highlights – State to spend Ksh1.5 billion on solar lanterns as Jubilee government promises universal access to electricity within 3 years

State to spend Ksh1.5 billion on solar lanterns as Jubilee government promises universal access to electricity within 3 years At least five million households in the country have been connected

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Business highlights – Biting drought may force government to shut down Masinga Dam

  Animal feed companies forced to close shop as maize shortage hits distributors Shortage of raw material has forced 10% of animal feed manufacturers to close shop even as the

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Less than 1% of Kenyans using clean energy for cooking despite reduction in LPG prices

Over 99% Kenyans have no access to clean energy for cooking Only about 92, 000 Kenyan households use clean energy or cooking Info track says over 7 million out of

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Business highlights – KenGen seeks approval to pass on plant maintenance expenses to consumers

Cost of power likely to rise as KenGen seeks approval to pass on plant maintenance expenses to consumers The cost of electricity could rise after power producer KenGen sought regulator

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