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Make it easy to hack Mathenge, ask the locals: The Standard

Goats feed on & # 39; matehenge & # 39; tree leaves . [Kipsang Joseph, Standard] Residents of Marigat have expressed concern that a deforestation ban is affecting their efforts to harvest an invasive tree known locally as Mathenge . The Ministry of the Environment gave the green light to the communities to use the tree for commercial purposes after …

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KRA strengthens companies with tax refunds of over € 14 billion: The Standard

Times Tower Building. [Jenipher Wachie/Standard] Private companies have received $ 14.2 billion in tax refunds to provide much-needed liquidity to supply oil to a financially troubled economy. The Kenya Private Sector Alliance (Kepsa), a lobby of private entrepreneurs, announced that the arrears for the financial year 2018/19 existed and the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) in two tranches of 11.1 billion …

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Governors bring quarrels over money to the Supreme Court as the talks collapse: The Standard

Governors, senators and MCAs marched yesterday to the Supreme Court in Nairobi, where they file a petition to eliminate the impasse in allocating budget funds to counties. [David Gichuru, Standard] The fight between the governors and the National Assembly for the allocation of funds is now in the hands of the Supreme Court, led by Chief Justice David Maraga. Governors' …

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KQ targets new domestic routes with new license

companies KQ targets new domestic routes with new license Monday, July 15, 2019, 21:52 By BONFACE OTIENO A Kenya Airways aircraft. FILE PHOTO | NMG The national carrier Kenya Airways has received an Air Traffic Service (ASL) approval from the Aviation Authority, which will allow the start of new domestic routes in the near future. The Kenya Civil Aviation Authority …

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Uber is planning a blacklist of unruly customers to protect its drivers

companies Uber plans a blacklist of unruly customers to protect drivers Monday, July 15, 2019, 21:53 By ANNIE NJANJA taxi Hedge Company Introduced Uber has introduced a new driver quality system blacklisting Kenyan drivers who consistently receive a poor rating from their drivers. FILE PHOTO | NMG The taxi company Uber has introduced a new driver quality system blacklisting Kenyan …

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Man bites wife's lip, ears after domestic row: The Standard

A 39-year-old woman from Nambale, Busia County, is nursing injuries on her lower lip and ears which were allegedly begging by her husband after the duo had a disagreement.  Jackline Kerubo sustained injuries after husband, 51-year-old Pascal Omusungu, allegedly pounced on her. Kerubo narrated that on Thursday, their disagreement started when she harvested vegetables to give her neighbor against Omusungu's …

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Traders protest against delays at Taveta's one-stop border

counties Traders protest against delays on the border with Taveta Monday, July 15, 2019, 11:27 By LUCY MKANYIKA Some of the trucks stopped at the border Border post Taveta from a single source on July 14, 2019. Traders, some of whom transport corn from Tanzania, are protesting against delays in clearance of the cargo by KRA. PHOTO | LUCY MKANYIKA …

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CS Magoha urges Parliament to accelerate the adoption of the session paper on curriculum reform »Capital News

Prof. George Magoha (pictured) said the Department of Education would continue anyway when he initiated the Quality Education Dialogues at Nakuru Boys High School in 2019 with the introduction of CBC despite resistance from a group of interest groups / CFM FILE By WANJIRU MACHARIA NAKURU, Kenya, July 15 – The Cabinet Secretary for Education, Prof. George Magoha, has called …

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The Standard – Kenya: SportPesa fights state tax claims and provides information on how much money it has earned in 2018 The Standard

Ronald Karauri, CEO of Sportpesa, spoke at the Sportpesa KPL Awards at the School of Government in Kabete on Thursday, October 25, 1919. In a full-page ad in the Standard Newspaper the company said it had raised $ 20 billion in sales, generated $ 9 billion in gross profit, and paid $ 6.4 billion in 2018 , The revelation takes …

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Beware of meat with deadly chemicals

By DENNIS OKARI More from this author Kenyans eat meat with dangerous chemicals to make it look fresh longer in the country's food chain. The most preferred chemicals belong to the sulfite family because they not only delay spoilage but also keep the meat fresh. However, the NTV study revealed that many other undeclared and unregulated preservatives are pervaded by …

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