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Kenya Airways to Cut New York Flights to 5 a Week

“National carrier Kenya Airways has announced that it is reducing its schedule for its Nairobi-New York route to five flights…

Sonko and the matatus-3

“A section of Kenyans on Twitter complained that the idea of driving public service vehicles out of town was poorly…

Sonko and the matatus-2

“Nairobi Senator Sakaja Johnson has taken on City Hall after moving to court to suspend Governor Mike Sonko’s ban on…

Sonko and the matatus

“Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko has apologised to commuters for pain caused by city centre matatu ban and asked for support…

Sonko Orders for Repainting of Nairobi Buildings

“Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko has ordered owners of buildings within the city’s Central Business District to repaint their buildings during…

Public Transport Crisis Looms in Nairobi

“A road transport crisis loomed large in Kenya’s capital Nairobi with Public Service Vehicle (PSV) operators vowing to defy an…

African countries lack ability to exploit, protect resources

“Marine security, overfishing, dumping of toxic waste, piracy and unregulated mining topped the agenda of the Sustainable Blue Economy Conference…

Global blue economy conference opens in Nairobi

“The first ever global blue economy conference opened in Nairobi on Monday. The three-day gathering seeks to harness the promise…

Nairobi conference to unlock opportunities in blue economy

Blue economy could transform Kenya’s economy and speed up its progress along the developmental path https://www.theeastafrican.co.ke/business/Nairobi-conference-to-unlock-opportunities-in-blue-economy/2560-4868590-of443n/index.html You may also be…

Cut flower sector wilting under new rules, competition

“Hopes by Kenya’s flower growers to exploit the lucrative United States market and stop dependence on the European market will…

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