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  • COMESA members meet in Nairobi to discuss elimination of non-tariff barriers

  • Kianderi farmers lose coffee beans valued at Ksh 2.6M in Sunday robbery

  • NCPB contracted transporters down tools over unpaid dues

  • Turkana oil trucking standoff costs Kenya over Kshs 400M

  • Safaricom to introduce the use of biometrics to curb fraud

  • Shock in Murang'a South as audit reveals less than 33% of water pumped reach residents

  • Shelter Afrique set to to lay of 13 senior managers to save on costs

  • Kenya makes Ksh 13.2Bn from coffee sales in the 10 months to July 2018

  • NTSA to roll out phase two of the e-stickers from 1st September

  • Kenya set to grow its tourism earnings by 18 percent in year 2018 - CS Najib Balala

  • Customer loyalty report ranks Oilibya, Airtel best performers

  • Uasin Gishu maize farmers threaten to sue government over Ksh 3.5bn owed to them

  • Kenya seeking to leverage on blue economy to boost growth

  • Kenya traders decry harassment by Tanzania authorities at Namanga border

  • US suspends Rwanda from its duty-free market after implementing ban on Mitumba

  • Government sets aside Ksh 200bn in tenders for youth, women

  • Food Friday: Coffee tourism, the new form of agro-tourism

  • International Monetary Fund team silent on Kenya's status of stand by credit

  • Unilever Tea denies that it intends to lay off 11,000 workers

  • Kenya's economy is on track to hit a growth rate of 6.2 per cent this year

  • Kenya launches a new mark of national identity

  • Housing Finance Group to let go of 9% of staff in new reconstruction plan