Kenya: mandera drought

This is the tv report of NTV Kenya about the drought in Mandera.

Kenya interbank rate tumbles, stocks drop

NAIROBI, Sept 1 – Kenya’s interbank lending rate tumbled to 19.2515 percent on Tuesday from 27.7299 percent the previous day, central bank data showed on Thursday, as the bank’s action last week to bring down interbank rates filters through the market.

Kenya's worst road?

A stretch of road in Samburu county could possibly Kenya’s worst road.

Kenya cbank says monetary tightening working

NAIROBI, Aug 18 – Kenya’s central bank governor said on Thursday he was satisfied the bank’s tightening of monetary policy through a revised discount window rate was working and that its tightening stance would continue as double digit inflation remained a concern.

Kenya, Uganda shillings stay under pressure

NAIROBI, July 7 – Kenya’s and Uganda’s shillings are likely to come under pressure against the dollar next week, while Tanzania’s steadily weakening currency may take brief respite after unusually stiff central bank intervention.

Kenya is not Uganda – analysis

Nairobi — The violence that has flared up between the Turkana and Merille along the Kenyan border with Ethiopia in the recent past has seen the rise in popular agitation for military solutions to violations of Kenya’s territorial integrity.

Kenyans and South Africans win Photoafrica awards

June 12th, Tarifa, Spain – Photographers from South Africa and Kenya won prestigious awards at 4th Photoafrica contest, which took place within 8th African Film Festival of Tarifa. 1st place award, endowed with €1,500, won Jessica MacLeod from South Africa with the photograph titled “You see a shack, I see my house”.2nd place award, endowed […]

Kenya 2011/12 budget to rise to $13.4 bln

NAIROBI, June 2 – Kenya will raise its public spending for the 2011/12 fiscal year to 1.155 trillion shillings, the government said on Thursday.

Kenya raises rates, bank reserve ratio

NAIROBI, May 31 – Kenya raised its benchmark lending rate by a smaller-than-expected 25 basis points on Tuesday but also raised the amount of deposits banks must hold with the central bank in a bid to tame double-digit inflation.

Nokia looks to Kenya trying to compete with China

Leading international telecom firm Nokia Siemens Network is looking to introduce low cost telecom equipment as it battles Chinese companies for low-cost markets in Africa. Much of the focus will be on East African countries, with Kenya being marketed as a top priority.