Kenya to host first African employers’ summit

By Claire Wanja/KNA The Federation of Kenya Employers (FKE) in collaboration with the International Labour Organization and Business Africa is set to host The First African Employer's Summit in Naivasha in May this year. The theme...

What the law states on sick leave at work places

By Dzuya Walter Over the years the issue of sick leaves at the work place has been a pricking thorn between employees and employers occasioning legislative amendments to address the needs of both parties. Currently, every...

Atkins acquires leading engineering firm in East Africa

By Beth Nyaga Atkins has Wednesday announced the acquisition of Howard Humphreys East Africa Limited. The transaction is expected to be completed in approximately three months. Howard Humphreys has been operating in the region since 1931 and supports...

EAC heads of state make changes to the bloc

By O'brien Kimani East African heads of state have made far reaching recommendations which, if implemented will change the face of the bloc. Among the raft of proposals is to construct interstate highways, banning of second...

Taskforce formed to develop an Integrated National Maritime Policy

By KBC Reporter A taskforce has been formed to develop an Integrated National Maritime Policy that will provide the framework that effectively addressing constraints and appreciate the opportunities in the sector. Shipping and Maritime Affairs Principal...

South Sudan admitted to East Africa Community

By PSCU President Uhuru Kenyatta was on Wednesday among Heads of State and government who attended the 17th EAC Summit in Arusha, Tanzania. Other President in the Summit chaired by President of Tanzania Dr. John Magufuli,...

City Hall to end manual payments next year

  By Claire Wanja With the March 31 deadline for land rates and business permit renewals fast approaching, the Nairobi City County Government has announced that it will stop accepting cash payments at the beginning of...

Germany takes on Facebook in competition probe

By Reuters. Germany's cartel office is investigating Facebook for suspected abuse of market power over breaches of data protection laws in the first formal probe of the social network for violating competition rules. The watchdog said...

Kenya, Tanzania agree on removal of trade and integration barriers

By PSCU President Uhuru Kenyatta and President John Magufuli of Tanzania held a meeting Wednesday where they resolved to work together to remove all barriers to trade and integration within the East African Community. The two...

KCB posts 16pc pretax profit

By Carol Kago KCB posted a 16 percent increase in after tax profit to 19.6 billion shillings in 2015 driven by higher net interest income, non-funded income and operational efficiencies. KCB Group says the improved earnings...
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