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  • KNCCI fires CEO Angela Ndambuki in seeming boardroom wars

  • CBK warns against cryptocurrencies; says they are still risky

  • Employment & labour court reinstates suspended East African Portland Cement manager

  • Seaboard executives in Kenya to meet Unga shareholders in bid to buy Unga group

  • Government in rush to decongest Nairobi city with 30 mass rapid transit buses

  • American merchants showing interest in Kenyan flowers

  • Shell to cut carbon emissions by half by the year 2050

  • NMG, Kwese host breakfast for potential clients as NTV gears for 2018 world cup action

  • Kenya urged to exploit green energy sources not focus on coal in Lamu

  • Business leaders react to Nasa's call to sack Treasury CS Henry Rotich

  • Economic stakeholders debate sustainability of Kenya's coal plant

  • NSE CEO Geoffrey Odundo says breaking up Kenya Power will not solve its problems

  • Kenya Power can't be split without addressing challenges, consultant says

  • State of the economy - Tax proposals to target high income earners

  • KEBS shuts down factory packaging substandard and unsafe water in Pipeline estate

  • Treasury’s empty promises: NCPB yet to pay farmers sh 5B for maize delivered

  • Coca-cola opens Ksh 7B juice manufacturing plant in Embakasi

  • Petroleum tankers with no license and safety equipment to be locked out of Kenyan roads by June

  • Polycarp Igathe lands job at Equity bank months after resigning as Nairobi county deputy governor

  • Kakuzi shareholders approve dividend of sh7 per share up from sh6 last year

  • CMA gives NSE greenlight to test derivatives within 6 months

  • Western Kenya to have stable power by end of year as Kenya power invests sh1.5B on upgrade projects