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Truck fined Sh14m for axle load rules breach

Nairobi, Jan. 31 -- The highways authority has fined a truck owner Sh14 million for exceeding the maximum axle load allowed in the regional trunk road network. The Kenya National Highways Authority (... Read More


MPs on the spot for failing to wind up 8 dormant funds

Nairobi, Jan. 30 -- The Auditor-General Nancy Gathungu has questioned delays in the winding up of eight dormant funds, including those created in the colonial era, whose closure the Cabinet sanctioned... Read More


Auditor doubts recovery of Sh4.6bn Uwezo Fund loans

Nairobi, Jan. 30 -- The Auditor-General has raised concerns over the recoverability of Sh4.6 billion advanced to various groups through the constituency Uwezo Fund offices. Auditor-General Nancy Gath... Read More


Parliament stops banks from asking clients sources of cash deposits

Nairobi, Jan. 26 -- Customers will no longer be required to disclose the source, use and beneficiaries before getting clearance from banks to withdraw or deposit at least $10,000 (Sh1.5 million) in ca... Read More


Oil exploration firms default on Sh2.3bn levies

Nairobi, Jan. 3 -- The Petroleum Ministry is on the spot for failing to recover Sh2.3 billion in fines, penalties and levies due from oil exploration companies in outstanding training levies and servi... Read More


Sh1.2bn IDP land unused after a decade

Nairobi, Jan. 2 -- Land worth Sh1.2 billion bought to resettle Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in various parts of the country remains undistributed for close to a decade. Auditor-General Nancy G... Read More


15 top civil servants default on Sh380m mortgages, warns Auditor General

Nairobi, Jan. 2 -- Fifteen senior State officers are not servicing their mortgage loans worth Sh380 million, the Auditor-General has revealed. Nancy Gathungu says in an audit on the State House Mortg... Read More


Government Printer stuck with equipment acquired from 1930

Nairobi, Dec. 30 -- Auditor-General Nancy Gathungu has raised concern over the use of aged and obsolete equipment by the Government Press. Ms Gathungu says more than 70 percent of the printing machin... Read More


How land donated for public use will be listed

Nairobi, Dec. 30 -- The Registrar of Lands will issue titles for parcels donated for public use if MPs approve changes to the law. The Lands (Amendment) Bill, 2022 also seeks to provide for the regis... Read More


Number plate machines lie idle at prisons for six years

Nairobi, Dec. 30 -- Machines to produce modern number plates procured by the prisons department have remained idle for the past six years, a report by the Auditor General has said. Nancy Gathungu say... Read More