Will the burden of spending heavily on maize flour ever end?

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It is this Tuesday that ministry of agriculture will be keen to hold a meeting with maize millers with an attempt to curb the rising cost of maize flour. Among the agenda to be discussed, modalities of releasing cheap maize from the Strategic Food Reserve (SFR) will come first. Last year, Kenyan economy expanded by
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When the sun goes down, things immediately change on the streets of Nairobi city. It’s serious business and to be more precise, it’s survival for the fittest. Young men and women even those with kids as young as three years old or even below, align themselves on the streets and walkways to sell the little
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As much as Kenya’s small and medium enterprises (SMEs) continue to create numerous jobs and boost the country’s Gross Domestic Product, they face a myriad of untold challenges that are deeply-rooted such as lack of adequate finance and access to credit facilities, inadequate managerial skills, rapid technological changes, new laws and regulations among others. About
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My name is Emmah Machoka. I am 20 years old. I am a second year student at the University of Nairobi pursuing Journalism and Media Studies.I am also an online/Home-based Baker. I understand that many cannot multitask, doing a business and at the same time studying. Why did you want to have a business of
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At least 99% of our young generation have access to the internet through their smartphones, personal computers or public computer access joints commonly known as ‘cybers.’ Prime question is, of what use do we put this internet availability to? Personally I use over 1GB data a day surfing the net; but is what we surf
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