State rethinks proposal to increase the price of basic items by 16 per cent to shield the poorRead More »
East Africa has one of the few markets in the world with a vibrant real estate sector that offers good opportunities for investment.Read More »
Treasury warns lack of sufficient funds for sector has made the country uncompetitiveRead More »
The World Bank’s board of executive directors yesterday approved Sh13.1 billion ($155 million) in credit to support development of the country’s water infrastructure.Read More »
Conmen, brokers and unregistered land agents are fraudulently disposing of public land across the country.Read More »
- North Rift counties pledge to team up to grow wealth
- Capital markets jittery about tax
- KTDA wins global finance award
- Police arrest 10 mechanics in eviction protest
- Chirchir halts hiring of Kengen MD
- Laptop plan runs into headwinds
- Nominee to revoke railways agreement
- Treasury seeks to increase Raila’s travel allowances
- Kenya Power to hand out 3.3m energy-saving bulbs
- World Bank ups Kenya’s growth forecast but urges reforms
- Stage is set for financial sector reforms
- Government plans to sell its stake in assets
- Rise in false claims threatens growth of PSV insurance sector
- Nyanza farmers asked to resume coffee growing
- Budget’s Sh9b leasing fund to excite motor dealers
For the next one year, Kenya will chair the East African Business Council (EABC), the apex body for the private sector in the East African Community (EAC).
Your landlord could be planning to increase your monthly rent under the pretext of complying with the requirement by the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) that all landlords pay tax on rental income.
But today, they sent a press release explaining why the concert did not take off. While they sent their sincerest apologies, it would seem that a refund for the event is still a distant dream.