MPs block State officers from reopening past audit queries

Nairobi, March 27 -- Principal Secretaries and chief executive officers of State corporations will not be allowed to reopen audit queries by presenting fresh documents which ought to have been submitt... Read More

Housing ministry moves to triple rent for civil servants

Nairobi, March 27 -- Civil servants who have been paying as low as Sh30,000 monthly in rent for three-bedroomed houses located in prime locations will dig deeper into their pockets if the Treasury app... Read More

Kenya needs 3m passports quarterly on labour travels

Nairobi, March 22 -- The State has turned to the National Security Intelligence Service (NIS) to help secure passport printing materials from overseas to clear a backlog of 724,000 applications and ne... Read More

Why Kenya plans to ban public servants from using TikTok

Nairobi, March 22 -- The State will limit the use of popular Chinese social media platform TikTok by government officials in order to protect sensitive data as well as the security of Kenyans, the Int... Read More

KBC executives risk dismissal over status of Sh16.3 billion land

Nairobi, March 21 -- The management of the Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) risks being removed from office for failing to adequately respond to audit queries on the status of land worth Sh16.3 bi... Read More

US pushing Kenya to lift WorldCoin suspension

Nairobi, March 21 -- Kenya has rejected a push by the United States government to revoke the suspension of activities of the cryptocurrency project WorldCoin, legislators heard on Thursday. Interior ... Read More

KRA drops 133 recruits after pregnancy and HIV tests

Nairobi, March 15 -- Parliament has opened an inquiry into the recruitment of 1,406 revenue service assistants (RSA) after it emerged that 133 candidates were dismissed after being subjected to HIV an... Read More

MPs push central bank to tighten regulations on hire purchase firms

Nairobi, March 15 -- Parliament has directed the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) to tighten the laws governing the buy-now-pay-later (BNPL) firms that expose borrowers to higher interest rates and harsh r... Read More

NHIF risks losing Sh7bn prime land in Karen as group lays claim

Nairobi, March 14 -- The National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF) risks losing a prime parcel of land worth Sh7 billion to a third party in the upmarket Karen Estate, MPs learnt on Wednesday. The Nation... Read More

Treasury on the spot as two ministries reallocate Sh10bn

Nairobi, March 13 -- The Treasury is on the spot for allowing two State departments to reallocate Sh10 billion towards payments of pending bills. The Controller of Budget (CoB) Margaret Nyakang'o tol... Read More