BEIJING, Sept. 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — GWM (601633.SS/02333.HK), a world-renowned SUV and pickup manufacturer, will showcase models from its three leading vehicle brands at the Beijing International Automotive Exhibition 2020 (Auto China 2020). Themed “Intelligence leads to the future”, this event will take place between September 26 and October 5 at the China International Exhibition […]"GWM Set to Debut New Models at Auto China 2020"
Nyeri Water and Sanitation Company (Nyewasco) has embarked on a new water tariff review process for the proposed changes in water tariff structure for 2020/21 to 2024/25 period. Speaking while briefing the media at Kamakwa water treatment plant Tuesday, Nyewasco Chief Commercial Service and Strategy Manager, Francis Kiura, said some of the proposed tariff changes will benefit customers living in the low income areas. Kiura said one of the proposed tariff recommends that in case…"Nyeri Company Reviews Water Tariffs"
An advisory by Chief Justice David Maraga to President Uhuru Kenyatta to dissolve parliament has elicited mixed reactions, while continuing to generate public debate in Nakuru county. While some residents hailed the Chief Justice for having stood up against violation of the Country’s Supreme Law, others questioned the viability of entertaining the idea of holding elections during a time when the country had taken a severe beating from Covid-19 economic shocks. Maraga on Monday advised…"Advisory To Dissolve Parliament Elicits Mixed Reactions"
The National Director of Gender Protus Onyango has cited poverty as one of the major contributing factors to the Gender Based Violence (GBV) cases in Busia County. Speaking during the operationalization of Inter-governmental consultation framework for gender forum in Busia town on Tuesday, Onyango noted that Busia has been ranked as the third poorest county within the nation despite being endowed with lots of potential. “It is very unfortunate that the County enjoying good equatorial…"Poverty Blamed For GBV Cases In Busia County"
The one third gender rule will be strictly adhered to when awarding tenders for the supply of desks and lockers to learning institutions under the economic stimulus programme. Marsabit County Commissioner Paul Rotich said small entrepreneurs in the jua-kali sector would be accorded first priority with youths and women being encouraged to apply before the extended 25th September 2020 deadline. Rotich while assuring for transparency and fairness in the process that seeks to locally procure…"Gender Rule To Apply In Awarding Tenders To Suppliers Of Desks To School"
Some 2000 desks and lockers worth Sh1.9 billion will be distributed in Nyando sub County so as to achieve social distancing in both primary and secondary schools before re-opening of schools. According to the area Deputy County Commissioner(DCC) Julius Kavita, 19 secondary and 15 primary Schools in the area will benefit from the national government initiative. Speaking in his office at Awasi Tuesday, Kavita said the project is modelled on the ongoing youth community work…"Schools In Nyando To Benefit From Sh1.9 Billion Desk Allocation"