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NTV’s Larry Madowo interviews President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto on the Jubilee government’s record.   ...

As he gets to the end of his first term, President Uhuru Kenyatta says he has no regrets for the job he sought in 2013 but admits it has not been an easy one. In a 45-minute interview with Citizen TV’s Nipashe at State House, Nairobi,...

Kirubi has challenged public universities to partner with the private sector and stop depending on government financial support for growth. He says it was time to bring on board directors from the business world, apart from lecturers, a move...

Flights from Nairobi to New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport will be launched in early May 2017. This is after Kenya Airways formally requested the US federal aviation department for a licence to fly directly to the US. Transport Cabinet Secretary...

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When United States President Barack Obama led some of the world’s most influential individuals to Kenya for the 2015 Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES), there was no shortage of inspirational figures in the world of business. Among them...

  Dr. James Mwangi, Chairman of Kenya’s Vision 2030 and Group CEO of Equity Bank will be holding diaspora meetings in London to discuss Emerging investment opportunities in Kenya. Don’t miss out on this opportunity. Book...

Gubernatorial races in next year’s General Election are turning out to be a billionaires’ contest even as top public servants begin to quit plum jobs to challenge wealthy incumbents. With the power and prestige of the governor’s seat...

Former English Champion boxer Erick Ochieng is set to contend for the Southern Area Championship against Asinia Byefield on October 15th 2016. Erick “The Eagle” Ochieng has proved a popular attraction in the boxing arena and has...

  China stunned the world’s financial markets on Wednesday by devaluing the yuan for the second consecutive day, triggering fears the world’s second-largest economy is in worse shape than investors believed. The move sent fresh shockwaves...

The bailout deal Greece finalized with creditors on Tuesday, worth up to $94 billion, won’t bring significant relief from austerity, contrary to Greek government claims. The government takes credit for winning lower budget surplus targets...