The management of Qwetu Student Residences will be staging safety drills over the next two weeks starting January 17, to January 26, 2022 across all its residences.
During the drills, there will be various simulation exercises including fire and first aid safety simulations which will be
Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) surpassed revenue target by Ksh.47.5 billion when it collected Ksh.976.6 billion in the first half of fiscal year 2021/2022 against a projected target of Ksh.929.1 billion.
The Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) has approved two new standards that will guide quality and safety requirements for hermetic bags for the storage of grains.
This means that the bags will be used as woven polypropylene bags and rigid plastic silos to store dried foods
A section of Langata Road at T-Mall roundabout will remain closed this weekend, the Kenya National Highway Authority (KeNHA) has announced.
The closure is meant to pave way for the erection of a T-Mall Flyover. The construction work will begin at 9 pm and is expected
The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) has named the eight most wanted terrorists in Kenya.
They are highly armed and dangerous, the DCI said and appealed to members of the public to volunteer information which may lead to their arrest.
The eight are: Mohammed Ali Hussein, Ahmed
The Law Society of Kenya (LSK) appointed Linda Kiome to replace Nelson Havi as its President for the remaining tenure.
Havi’s term was supposed to end in March this year, as Kiome checks in to step up responsibilities of the caucus.
Havi’s exit comes against the backdrop
The High Court has suspended the push to increase car insurance premiums by 50 percent.
The court also halted the decision by insurance companies to exclude certain categories of motor vehicles from their Comprehensive Cover pending hearing & determination of the case.
All respondents have been issued
In many ways, 2021 was a landmark year for online privacy. In April 2021, Apple rolled out an update allowing users to opt out of app tracking, with most iPhone users having done so by the end of the year.
There were even talks to disable
Nigeria has pledged to pay the full capital arrear of Ksh.3.2 billion in Shelter Afrique,
Nigeria’s Finance Minister Dr. Zainab Shamsuna Ahmed disclosed at a meeting with Shelter Afrique Group Managing Director and CEO Andrew Chimphondah in Abuja.
The payment will be made in four installments starting
Two matatu operators identified as Emmanuel Lwanba and Nicholas Ngawa roughed up a police officer with kicks and blows in Makindani, Mombasa County.
They also made away with Ksh.2000 belonging to the officer.
They have since been arrested by the sleuths from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations