Miraa, hot tea, mursik blamed for cancer cases
Taking hot tea while chewing miraa and frequent drinking of mursik (fermented milk) are the leading causes of cancer of the oesophagus or food pipe in Northern Kenya and Rift Valley respectively.
Uber eyes minibus service in Nairobi
Uber Technologies may roll out a new service in Kenya to help users book seats on minibuses that ply the streets of the congested capital, if tests on the product in Egypt and Mexico prove successful, a company executive said on Wednesday.
Laikipia set to float first Sh5bn county bond
Ndiritu Muriithi, the Laikipia governor, Wednesday said the county was working with the National Treasury and the Central Bank of Kenya on the prospectus – the document that contains details of the bond including pricing, coupon and the tenor.
Ugandan army to protect Chinese after attacks
On October 23, a group of unknown assailants raided the residential quarters of CCLE Rubber Company in Mbalala in central Mukono District injuring five people — three Chinese nationals and two Ugandans.
Kibaki celebrates 87th birthday
But a row erupted after Mr Kibaki's office denied reports that it had given Governor Kahiga consent to rename the Othaya Level Six Hospital after the former president.
How police let in Shabaab bombers
Police officers at the Kenya-Somalia border let in five Al-Shabaab suicide bombers in February this year after receiving bribes, a new United Nations report that lays bare how Kenyan security forces routinely accept cash gifts from as low as Sh2,0...