Flower farm  workers receive  Ksh 8M in food rations

Flower farm workers receive Ksh 8M in food rations

Civil Society Organisations under Hivos East Africa’s Women@Work Campaign and the Kenya Flower Council (KFC) have dispatched food packages and mobile money transfers worth approximately Ksh 8 million to workers in selected flower farms. A total of 7,500 workers in the...
COVID 19 is a Nairobi disease, Kenyans tell researchers

COVID 19 is a Nairobi disease, Kenyans tell researchers

A majority of Kenyans think that Coronavirus is a Nairobi disease. This is among findings presented in a research dubbed Sauti za Wananchi. In the research, 7 out of 10 respondents said they see older people as most at risk of contracting the Coronavirus, while 4 out...
Realme smartphone brand enters Kenyan market

Realme smartphone brand enters Kenyan market

Realme, one of the fastest-growing smartphone brands in the world has today announced its official entry into the Kenyan market as part of the brand’s global growth and expansion strategy.  The company, whose operations in both high-end and mid-range...
PrideInn Paradise beach resort re-opens

PrideInn Paradise beach resort re-opens

Mombasa based PrideInn Paradise beach resort has reopened to domestic tourists for business after a hiatus of four months. The five star rated hotel suspended operations on 30th March 2020 following government’s directives to the public to avoid unnecessary travel and...
Universities and TVETs set to re-open in January 2021

Universities and TVETs set to re-open in January 2021

All Teachers Training Colleges, TVETs and Universities will reopen for face-to-face sessions in January 2021. According to Education Cabinet secretary Prof. George Magoha , this is among resolutions arrived at following a meeting today of Education ministry with...