Sony Sugar has new Managing Director, Martin Ogola Dima appointed

At long last Martin Ogola Dima can now take over as the new substantive Managing Director of South Nyanza Sugar Company Limited after the Court cleared him free of guilt. The Employment and Labour Relations Court in Kisumu threw out a suit challenging his recent appointment by the firm’s Board of Directors chaired by Jared…

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Farmers receive seedlings

Mumias East MP Salasya donates maize seed, fruit seedlings to over 5,000 farmers

Mumias East Constituency Member of Parliament, Peter Salasya, recently supplied 2,000 farmers with maize seeds to be planted during the rainy season. Salasya says that food security in his constituency.The MP also provided 5,000 farmers from Mumias East with certified bean seeds, avocado tree seedlings, and mango tree seedlings for planting. READ ALSO: Public Service…

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Kasigau Ranch. Photo:courtesy

Chaos erupts at company’s Annual General Meeting over KSh100 million

During the Kasigau Ranching Company Annual General Meeting (AGM) which was took place on Friday, May 10, disputes arose as shareholders were not pleased by the Board of Directors and how they spent the company’s finances. The more than 3750 shareholders rejected the company auditor and secretary reports which they described biased and inaccurate. READ…

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Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Co-operatives & Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) Simon Chelugui plants a tree Kangari in Kigumo, Murang'a County on Friday May 10. Photo:courtesy

Cooperatives Cabinet Secretary leads tree planting in Murang’a

Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Co-operatives & Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) Simon Chelugui on Friday, May 10, spearheaded tree planting at Kangari in Kigumo, Murang’a County in line with President Williams Ruto’s directive to mitigate against climate change. Chelugui was welcomed by the area administrators. “In line with President @WilliamsRuto’s directive setting aside May…

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Farmers asked to take up new armyworm-resistant maize seeds

New maize varieties resistant to the deadly armyworm have been released researchers. Director General Kenya Agriculture and Livestock Research Organisation Eliud Kireger said the new seeds were developed to stop the spread of the dangerous migratory pest. The National Varieties Release Committee, chaired by the Ministry of Agriculture approved the seeds on February 20, 2023…

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Permanent Secretary for Cooperatives Patrick Kilemi when he appeared before the Departmental Committee on Lands chaired to give clarifications on several questions raised regarding the Drumvale Farmers’ Cooperative Society Ltd Land.

Lands Committee wants Cooperatives Ministry to intervene over liquidation of Drumvale Sacco

The Departmental Committee on Lands has put to task Ministry of Cooperatives officials in connection with the liquidated Drumvale Farmers Cooperative Society. The parliamentarians questioned the Principal Secretary for Cooperative Development Patrick Kilemi on events leading to the liquidation of assets of the Machakos based Cooperative Society that saw members losing over 500 acres of…

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Greatwall Gardens estate in Athi River. Photo courtesy

KCB to auction 100 Greatwall Apartments in Athi River

Some 100 homeowners at Greatwall Gardens estate in Athi River might lose their units after Erdemann Property Limited lost a KSh1.9 Billion loan case against Kenya Commercial Bank. Erdermann Property Ltd, the developer made a prayer to the court saying that homeowners were innocent purchasers and that the units were sold by mistake, the prayer…

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Members of RAHOSO sign forms in a previous transaction. Photo: Facebook/Railway Hse Rahoso

Railway Housing Co-op notifies buyers of plots in Embakasi to collect title deeds

Railway Housing Co-Operative Society Ltd (RAHOSO) has requested the buyers of the land in Utawala area, Embakasi to visit the society’s offices to obtain title deeds. The property, Land Reference Number 7340/70 has been sub-divided into 73 plots. The plots have been further sub-divided and sold to different buyers. Through a notice in a local…

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Gatundu South MP Gabriel Kagombe.

Tea directors in Mt Kenya want Government to stop regrouping cartels

Tea directors from factories in the Mount Kenya region have lamented over the resurgence of cartels who want to siphon farmers’ money. The directors hailing from Zones one to seven, said that the well-connected individuals are on a mission to sabotage tea reforms by the Government. The State has been undertaking various reforms to liberate…

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Kileleshwa Estate in Nairobi. Photo:courtesy

Report shows an acre of land in Nairobi suburbs hit record high of KSh203 million

Land prices in Nairobi’s suburbs defied tough economy to increase by 1.3 per cent per acre on average in the first quarter of 2024, shows HassConsult’s latest land price index. According to the report, average price per acre in the satellite estates now is KSh203.7 million, surpassing the KSh200 million mark for the recorded in…

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