Folly of going for ex-presidents' heads

Nairobi, Feb. 1 -- Reports that the Kenya Kwanza administration has, through the Kenya Revenue Authority, placed taxed demands on both Moi and Kenyatta families in relation to their wealth is hardly s... Read More

Kenya expects Sh87bn loans to lift forex cover

Nairobi, Feb. 1 -- The Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) expects the foreign reserves to recover, aided by inflows of over $700 million (Sh87.1 billion) from multilateral institutions in the first half of t... Read More

Roads board disburses Sh32.9 billion for repairs

Nairobi, Feb. 1 -- The government has disbursed Sh32.9 billion to road agencies for maintenance amid payment delays that have made it difficult for contractors to deal with repairs promptly and antici... Read More

Knowing when and how to quit that job you hate

Nairobi, Feb. 1 -- When David graduated and joined his profession, he was excited. He had always wanted to be a successful engineer and did everything in his power to make the dream a reality. At fir... Read More

Teacher turns social media pages into cultural classroom

Nairobi, Feb. 1 -- When she left the country a few years ago and moved to Dubai, Jamila Kizondo noted with dismay that more often other migrants from Africa soon forgot their culture and traditions. ... Read More

German shoemaker, Josef Seibel eyes Kenyan middle class with first store

Nairobi, Feb. 1 -- Josef Seibel, one of Europe's oldest shoemakers, has opened its first concept store in Nairobi to tap into the growing middle class, with eyes on other African markets in the long t... Read More

Higher sales drive Isuzu market share up to 45pc

Nairobi, Feb. 1 -- Isuzu East Africa raised its market share to a new record of 44.7 percent in the year ended December 2022 after growing sales amid an overall slump in the new vehicle industry. Dat... Read More

Mwalimu sacco suffers blow in Sh45m tax row

Nairobi, Feb. 1 -- The High Court has dismissed an appeal by Mwalimu National Sacco seeking to quash a tax demand of Sh44.9 million. Justice David Majanja dismissed the petition stating that an appel... Read More

NSE fights for foreign investors amid negative returns

Nairobi, Feb. 1 -- The weakening of the shilling and falling blue chip stock prices have left the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) at a disadvantage against African peers in the race for limited fore... Read More

Farmers to start buying cheaper fertiliser during the current week

Nairobi, Feb. 1 -- Farmers will start buying subsidised fertiliser this week after the government begins distributing it to different counties across the country with the arrival of the first batch of... Read More