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Equities on Upward Trend As Uhuru Rejects the Interest Rate Cap
Equities
During the past week, the equities market was on an upward trend with NASI, NSE 20 and NSE 25 gaining by 0....

Here Are The 2020 Term Dates For Schools And Colleges

The Ministry of Education has released new term dates for the year 2020 for both schools and colleges.According to the Ministry ...

5 Reasons Why This Mashujaa Day Has No Meaning
Kenya
It is Mashujaa Day and people are going down to the coastal city of Mombasa to celebrate. This is the day that ...

Here Are 10 Things To Avoid If You Want To Succeed
Customer service
Everybody wants to succeed but few are willing to take the road less taken in order to dare to succeed. Success is ...

Why Choose Coworking Office Spaces Over Traditional Office in Nairobi

Once you have registered your business, the next thing you are probably thinking of is where you will work from. Heck, you ...

Ministry Of Health Shuts Down 811 Unregistered Health Facilities
UHC
The ministry of health has called for the shutting down of 811 unregistered medical facilities across the country.The ministry of health ...

Father Places His One-Month-Old Daughter on Sale on Facebook
Maternity
Josiah Keoye shocked the online fraternity after he put his one-month-old daughter on sale over what he attributed to a lack of ...

President Uhuru Wants Interest Rate Cap Scrapped
1 shilling coin
President Uhuru Kenyatta has refused to sign the Finance Bill that had been presented before him and asked Members of Parliament to ...

CS Re-appoints A Dead Man To Serve As A Board Member

Kenya is a country of irony and controversy. It is a country ruled by drama and skits that are beyond the real ...

Failure To Reverse Cash Sent To Your M-Pesa By Mistake Will Cost You Ksh 200,000
oppo
Have you ever received cash on M-Pesa from someone who sent it to your number wrongly? Have you ever withdrawn cash that ...








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