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  • Terrorism is a global challenge and insurance against it is nascent

  • Sugar farmers dissatisfied with the replacement of Mumias MD

  • A retail code of practice launched by KAM and Retrak

  • Maize task force proposes a warehouse system to ensure good prices

  • Four people suspected of defrauding the public arrested in Eldoret

  • CS Munya says proposed age limit law for imported cars will not affect all vehicles

  • CMA extends Deacons East Africa's suspension by ten working days

  • Nairobi Securities Exchange withstands the Dusit attack

  • EKEZA SACCO members hold demos in Nairobi over misappropriated funds

  • KURA substantially hands over several roads to Uasin Gishu county government

  • Inflation expected to remain stable throughout 2019

  • Some cane farmers accuse the government of sidelining them in sector reform talks

  • L.Turkana wind power project injects 307MW electricity to the national grid

  • There is growing impatience with the elites over wealth accumulation

  • President Kenyatta directs the NCPB to purchase maize from farmers

  • Kenya loses up to 30% of its annual budget to corruption

  • Consolidated Bank bondholders to be paid interest on 21st January

  • NSE attributes the temporary trading halt to a technical hitch

  • ICEA group projects the economy will grow by at least 5.7%

  • KNCCI concerned about the 'high-octane' politics of succession

  • Senate committee on Agriculture wants coffee millers probed by the DCI

  • Tourism in Kenya experiences robust recovery in 2018

  • Creditors of Deacons East Africa, set to meet in two weeks time