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“Sada cars” | Kenya Insights

Well! If you know Sadaka-tithes then worry less about “Sada car”😊. Although Kenyans do not have the privilege to know how much such pastors make from tithes and offerings they collect, it is easy to estimate from the lives lived by their families, the posh cars they drive around and

Sessions Pays the Price for Incurring

MOBILE, Ala. — As a longtime senator from Alabama, Jeff Sessions did nothing less than legitimize Donald. J. Trump as a credible Republican candidate for president, endorsing him when no other big names did and championing him to conservative voters. As Mr. Trump’s star rose, Mr. Sessions’s rose, too. But

New KCC stops Tuskys milk supplies

Economy New KCC stops Tuskys milk supplies on debt Wednesday, July 15, 2020 6:34 By GERALD ANDAE A Tuskys Supermarket branch in Nairobi. FILE PHOTO | NMG  New Kenya Cooperative Creameries (New KCC) has stopped supplying milk to retail chain Tuskys Supermarket over non-payment on deliveries running into millions of

‘Mad Indian’ and unionist: Two forgotten

By KAMAU NGOTHO On January 12, 1947, residents of Mombasa woke up to a ghost town. There wasn’t a shop open, no public transport, no schools open, and no activity at the usually busy Mombasa port. The town’s workforce of about 15, 000 – largely consisting of Africans, Indians and

Panic at PSC over coronavirus infections

At least 10 employees at Commission House, Nairobi, tested positive following mass testing carried out on July 1, 2020

Heaven-sent landlord exempts tenants from paying

A landlord has yet again attracted media headlines for his decision to exempt his tenants from paying monthly rent for four months. Martin Munene who owns a number of residential houses in Nyandarua County had in April asked the tenants not to pay rent for three months. “I have talked

Can International Betting Sites Make Further

Recent developments that have put the 2019 20% tax bill on betting wagers back into throes of national debate are expected to have a huge impact on the landscape of Kenya’s gambling industry.  MPs in the National Assembly voted to repeal the tax bill towards the end of last month.