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Jambojet to increase Nairobi-Eldoret flights
The budget airline will now operate 18 weekly flights from its base at JKIA

Nation Media Group retains interim dividend at Sh2.50 as profits up 5pc - VIDEO
Chief executive Joe Muganda attributed the performance to lower operating expenses, recovery of pending bills from government, and continued growth of digital advertising revenue.

Tanzania blocks Kenyatta University, JKUAT from enrolling students
Move comes after probe finds that quality offered at the universities fell short

Uganda's plan to allow forceful takeover of private land stirs anger
Uganda expects to start pumping crude oil in 2020 and petroleum-related infrastructure, including an export pipeline, will require the public acquisition of private land.

Drought-hit Nairobi looks to filthy dam to keep business flowing
Nairobi dam has been the capital's spare water reservoir in times of drought since the 1950s, but not a drop of it is usable now, as a result of heavy pollution.

How computers have changed the way we measure productivity
Robots and artificial intelligence now seem to promise yet more radical change

KQ seeks court order to whip lenders into line
Airline wants four lenders compelled to accept Sh51 billion rescue plan

Telco masts marked for army protection on polling day
Kenyan military will be deployed to protect telecommunication masts in five frontier counties.

Kenya-made VW car sales at 55 in half-year
More dealers including Urysia are looking at assembling their car brands locally.

USAid probes theft, sale of free HIV drugs
USAid has started a review of all medicines funded by America’s taxpayers

MCAs’ allowance bill drops for first time to Sh1.7bn
The average monthly sitting allowance paid to Members of the County Assembly (MCAs) dropped for the first time in the nine months.

HIV medicines to be given through injections
A revolution in HIV/Aids treatment could see the daily oral pills replaced with injectable drug given six times a year, scientists have revealed.

Nasa sues IEBC, Matiang’i over Lamu curfew
The National Super Alliance (Nasa) has filed a petition seeking to have a curfew imposed in Lamu, Garissa and Tana River counties declared null and void.

KeNHA loses Sh132m in interest on late payouts
The Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) incurred a loss of Sh132,355,490 in interest on late payments to contractors.

Counties spend Sh8bn on trips in nine months
Counties spent Sh8.59 billion on domestic and foreign trips between July and March as luxury spending by the devolved units continues to hurt development.

Saga over grabbing of Kiambu college land takes new twist
The saga on the grabbing of the entire Kiambu Institute of Science and Technology (Kist) took a new twist Tuesday.

Former PS Mangiti to appear in court for NYS trials
Former Planning Permanent Secretary Peter Mangiti will have to face his accuser after the High Court dismissed a plea to stop the trial against him.

Prepare for post-Brexit, think-tank asks Kenya
Kenya should set in motion plans for engaging Britain over post-Brexit trade arrangements.

Scangroup gets Sh50m refund from subsidiary
Marketing services firm WPP Scangroup has received a refund of Sh50.1 million from one of its subsidiaries.

Aga Khan in deal with Harvard to train executives
Ivy League university Harvard has partnered with Aga Khan University to offer a series of courses for senior executives.

Five Kenyans make list of British Council leadership plan
Five Kenyans have been picked for the inaugural Future Leaders Connect initiative by the British Council.

Environment study starts for Sh21bn wind project
The project is expected to generate about 90 megawatts of electricity.

Ex-Actis business park on sale for Sh2.6 billion
The Grade ‘A’ office complex was completed at the end of 2002 and sits on a 16-acre plot.

Safaricom starts search for M-Pesa head as executive quits
Safaricom has kicked off the tough search for a new M-Pesa head.

North Rift farmers want duty-free maize imports monitored
Yellow maize window will be open for one year.