What will bring back retail investors to the bourse through IPOs

Nairobi, May 2 -- Someone should have advised President William Ruto that targeting 10 initial public offers (IPOs) within 12 months was not only a bad idea but also gave the wrong signal. Was it a p... Read More

Prof Mwenda Ntarangwi becomes first Kenyan to head USIU as VC

Nairobi, May 2 -- Prof Mwenda Ntarangwi is the new vice chancellor of the United States International University-Africa (USIU-A). He will be the first Kenyan to head the institution. The university ... Read More

Why you should choose Choice Bank for your banking solutions

Nairobi, May 2 -- When local dollar demand surged and surpassed supply last year, traders found it challenging to secure enough volumes of this highly-sought currency. Naturally, those traders who dis... Read More

Ipamorelin Peptide: Vasculature, Bone and More

Nairobi, May 2 -- Studies suggest that the pentapeptide Ipamorelin may potentially activate ghrelin receptors, and may thereby be relevant research compounds for study in muscle development, compositi... Read More

Looming job shakeups call for a just energy transition for Kenyan workers

Nairobi, May 2 -- Kenya is one of the fastest growing economies in Africa. This means there is an increased demand for energy by consumers, including households, transport and various industries. Imp... Read More

The 2024/25 Budget season is on: here is what you need to know

Nairobi, May 2 -- If there is one lesson we have learnt from the 2023/24 budget cycle, it is that public participation in the end-to-end process is critical. Courts have underscored the importance of ... Read More

Former Treasury chief Ukur Yatani fails to stop Sh1.2bn EACC probe

Nairobi, May 1 -- The High Court has declined to block the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) from investigating former Treasury Cabinet Secretary Ukur Yatani over claims of embezzlement of ... Read More

Jobs for young Africans: new data tool reveals trends and red flags

Nairobi, May 1 -- An estimated 23.6 million young Africans (aged 15-35) are unemployed - that's one in 22 (4.5 percent). With this number projected to grow to 27 million by 2030, the need for jobs is ... Read More

Flexible capital raising to boost economic growth

Nairobi, May 1 -- The capital markets are expected to be better placed to support flexible capital raising to fund accelerated economic growth, following the review of the public offers and listing re... Read More

Force majeure legal contracts

Nairobi, May 1 -- It has been flooding heavily in the past few weeks and the effects have been devastating. Other than loss of lives, loss of property and displacements, the floods have also affected ... Read More