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Court wrangles open lid on hefty perks for top audit bosses
Executives at four of the country’s largest firms earn millions a month in allowances and profit-sharing.
By Frankline Sunday and Macharia Kamau 3 years ago
Court wrangles open lid on hefty perks for top audit bosses
Hazina: How NSSF’s dream of ruling city skies collapsed
After numerous questionable board decisions and court cases, 39-floor grand project is now ending with a whimper at 15 floors.
By Frankline Sunday and Macharia Kamau 3 years ago
Hazina: How NSSF’s dream of ruling city skies collapsed
Why Kenyans are sitting ducks as hackers take aim at weak systems
Criminals are finding new ways to cash in, with Covid-19 pandemic forcing customers and employees to interact across numerous platforms and apps.
By Frankline Sunday and Macharia Kamau 3 years ago
Why Kenyans are sitting ducks as hackers take aim at weak systems
Economy slows to 5-year low on coronavirus fears
Meanwhile, prices of goods increased at a slower rate in June offering some relief to overburdened Kenyans
By Frankline Sunday and Macharia Kamau 4 years ago
Economy slows to 5-year low on coronavirus fears
Inside Kenya's land compensation scams
From SGR to other mega projects, the government is losing billions of shillings in skewed land compensation scams
By Frankline Sunday and Macharia Kamau 4 years ago
Inside Kenya's land compensation scams
How losing an income could cost you more than a house
Former bank employee saw his interest payments triple when he lost his job.
By Frankline Sunday and Macharia Kamau 4 years ago
How losing an income could cost you more than a house
Kenya’s salaried billionaire Chief Executive Officers
Chief executives make the bulk of their money through bonuses, with their basic pay being just a fraction of the total cash they receive.
By Frankline Sunday and Macharia Kamau 4 years ago
Kenya’s salaried billionaire Chief Executive Officers
Sh10b contested oil imports haunt Munya, standards body
Local manufacturers are also accusing Munya of double standards and favouring imported goods over locally produced items.
By Frankline Sunday and Macharia Kamau 4 years ago
Sh10b contested oil imports haunt Munya, standards body
Mobile loans: The new gold rush minting billions from the poor
There are more than 50 mobile and online credit providers offering loans at a click of a button, but at a high cost, with interest rates.
By Frankline Sunday and Macharia Kamau 5 years ago
Mobile loans: The new gold rush minting billions from the poor
Pressure mounts on State to pay suppliers Sh400b
PAC blames Treasury and the taxman for making rosy projections on new avenues for revenue collection that do not add up.
By Frankline Sunday and Macharia Kamau 5 years ago
Pressure mounts on State to pay suppliers Sh400b
Rotich caught between a rock and hard place on taxes
Currently, Kenya is spending more than half of tax revenues on its debt.
By Frankline Sunday and Macharia Kamau 5 years ago
Rotich caught between a rock and hard place on taxes
Telcos, internet providers face fines as regulator reviews terms
Aside from measuring quality of data services, CA seeks to analyse service provision among domain registries hosting thousands of sites and blogs
By Frankline Sunday and Macharia Kamau 5 years ago
Telcos, internet providers face fines as regulator reviews terms
Why Airtel, Telkom marriage rests on thin foundation
Firms have stripped themselves bare over time with key assets sold to other parties.
By Frankline Sunday and Macharia Kamau 5 years ago
Why Airtel, Telkom marriage rests on thin foundation
How Kenyans give up privacy for costly mobile loans
Service providers already have access to users’ population and registration data held by the Government.
By Frankline Sunday and Macharia Kamau 5 years ago
How Kenyans give up privacy for costly mobile loans
Companies fight to retain hold on customers’ data
Major firms have opposed proposals to limit how they use personal data from millions of Kenyans, threatening the implementation of robust data...
By Frankline Sunday and Macharia Kamau 5 years ago
Companies fight to retain hold on customers’ data
Focus now on Collymore’s last days in corner office
With one year to go at the helm of one of the region’s most valuable listed firms, Safaricom CEO is hard-pressed to leave a legacy of M-Pesa
By Frankline Sunday and Macharia Kamau 5 years ago
Focus now on Collymore’s last days in corner office
Consumers’ unending pain of mobile cash glitches as regulators remain mum
The steady growth of Kenya’s mobile money has largely been industry-led.
By Frankline Sunday and Macharia Kamau 6 years ago
Consumers’ unending pain of mobile cash glitches as regulators remain mum
Poor policy slowing Kenya’s ICT sector as neighbours take lead
Ten years ago Kenya was on the cusp of a digital revolution.
By Frankline Sunday and Macharia Kamau 6 years ago
Poor policy slowing Kenya’s ICT sector as neighbours take lead
Two years of hell for Mwangaza as MCAs in third bid to impeach her
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