The tea industry regulations and their schedule of compliance requirements are ready to be implemented and should start immediately, Government says. Agriculture and Fisheries Cabinet
Transport on many roads within Murang’a County was paralyzed on Monday after police descended on Public Service Vehicles (PSV) flouting Ministry of Health covid-19 guidelines.
The government’s intervention to streamline the maritime industry is yielding fruits as more Kenyans are now securing shipping jobs. The Seafarers Union of Kenya (SUK)
Matatu owners from the Central region have recorded a 70 per cent drop in earnings since Covid-19 pandemic struck the country, their Chairman, Micah Kariuki
Public Service Vehicle operators in Kirinyaga County are exposing travelers to high risks of contracting the coronavirus by overloading and failing to sanitize the vehicles.
Rising cases of land disputes in Mai Mahiu area of Naivasha have threatened to derail the construction of a new railway extension from the industrial
Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University of Science and Technology (JOOUST) is racing against time to complete tuition blocks at its two satellite campuses ahead of planned
A commissioner at the National Integration and Cohesion Commission (NICC) has sounded a warning that utterances by a section of politicians in the revenue sharing
Ugunja MP Opiyo Wandayi has asked the government to ignore calls for more consultations over the leasing of sugar factories and instead hasten the process