What a day in the life as a traffic police officer is like
If there are people we all love to hate are the police especially traffic officers who have been said to be the most corrupt Government officials in Kenya
By Ndirangu Ngunjiri 5 years ago
What a day in the life as a traffic police officer is like
Why professionals should not shy away from politics
In exactly three months time, Kenyans will be going to the ballot to elect leaders
By Ndirangu Ngunjiri 6 years ago
 Why professionals should not shy away from politics
Why you too should loan State money this time round
My ageing grandmother and any other mobile phone user has a chance to loan the Government money through the world’s first mobile-only government bond, M-Akiba, which was launched by Treasury last week
By Ndirangu Ngunjiri 7 years ago
Why you too should loan State money this time round
Impact of the ongoing drought on our economy
Drought produces a complex web that affect many sectors of the economy
By Ndirangu Ngunjiri 7 years ago
Impact of the ongoing drought on our economy
The link between devolution and economic inefficiency
devolution; Since independence, Kenya has experienced episodes of political instability, which have had adverse effects on the country's economic performance and social cohesion
By Ndirangu Ngunjiri 7 years ago
The link between devolution and economic inefficiency
Digital transformation can drive our economic growth
Kenya has emerged from the latest economic crisis, but it still faces many significant challenges among them youth unemployment, aging demographics, diminishing Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) since 2003, and a growing productivity gap with her competitors
By Ndirangu Ngunjiri 7 years ago
Digital transformation can drive our economic growth
Young women must beat political barriers in society
Young women seeking political seats experience barriers especially in their first attempt
By Ndirangu Ngunjiri 7 years ago
Young women must beat political barriers in society
Social and economic effects of road accidents in Kenya
The holiday season is here once again. During this period Kenyans have a very peculiar habit of visiting their kin in the village with all kinds of vehicles to make a mark on their peers in the village.
By Ndirangu Ngunjiri 7 years ago
Social and economic effects of road accidents in Kenya
Let's dismantle tender cartels before they destroy economy
Currently, Kenya is faced with sugar shortage. This is despite the fact that our own sugar factories are closed due to underproduction.
By Ndirangu Ngunjiri 7 years ago
Let's dismantle tender cartels before they destroy economy
Nairobians should help clean Nairobi
Nairobians must try to dispose biodegradable as well as non-biodegradable wastes in a proper way and avoid littering
By Ndirangu Ngunjiri 7 years ago
Nairobians should help clean Nairobi
UN meet a chance for Africa to rethink investment plans
The 14th United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) meeting in Nairobi this week offers a unique opportunity to governments, the private sector and development partners to put ideas into action ensure inclusive and equitable environment for global trade and development.
By Ndirangu Ngunjiri 7 years ago
UN meet a chance for Africa to rethink investment plans
Why Britain will not really leave the European Union
Despite the Brexit vote, Britain will remain a de facto member of the European Union. It's irreversible.
By Ndirangu Ngunjiri 7 years ago
Why Britain will not really leave the European Union
Brexit vote was a turning point in global politics
Many observers were stunned when the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union (EU) by a margin of 51.9 to 48.1 per cent.
By Ndirangu Ngunjiri 7 years ago
Brexit vote was a turning point in global politics
Why Africa does not need aid from the Western and Asian governments
The Western and Asian governments are strikingly generous in foreign aid donations to Africa.
By Ndirangu Ngunjiri 7 years ago
Why Africa does not need aid from the Western and Asian governments
Check firm's strength before investing in it
Kenyan investors have been suffering from poor investment decisions due to lack for financial knowledge.
By Ndirangu Ngunjiri 7 years ago
Check firm's strength before investing in it
Tear gas Monday unrest taking toll on our economy
CORD and Jubilee are the two biggest political entities and instead of co-operating for a better Kenya, they are busy fighting.
By Ndirangu Ngunjiri 7 years ago
Tear gas Monday unrest taking toll on our economy
What a British withdrawal from EU means to Europe
A series of developments in the UK and the European Union have led to a situation where Britain is preparing for a referendum to decide whether to leave or stay in the union
By Ndirangu Ngunjiri 7 years ago
What a British withdrawal from EU means to Europe
Economic impact of tear gas Monday unfolding
CORD and Jubilee are the two biggest political parties in Kenya. But instead of cooperating with each other, they have been carrying out a feud.
By Ndirangu Ngunjiri 7 years ago
Economic impact of tear gas Monday unfolding
Varsities should focus more on research and innovation
The Ministry of Education, through the Commission for University Education (CUE), has given out new guidelines to post-graduate students to publish more before graduation.
By Ndirangu Ngunjiri 7 years ago
Varsities should focus more on research and innovation
Mobile banking godsend to the poor
The leading telecommunication firm Safaricom announced its annual financial report this week, with net profit of Sh38.1 billion.
By Ndirangu Ngunjiri 7 years ago
Mobile banking godsend to the poor
Devolution still facing challenges
Lack of understanding of key issues around devolution is generating a great deal of mistrust among stakeholders.
By Ndirangu Ngunjiri 7 years ago
Devolution still facing challenges
Liberalise pyrethrum sector to exploit new opportunities and boost farmers’ earnings
Kenya is the world’s largest producer and exporter of pyrethrum. Although Kenya produces the best quality pyrethrum in the world, the sector has been bedeviled by many problems that have contributed to the downfall of Kenya’s share in the world market from a high of 70 per cent to current less than 2 per cent.
By Ndirangu Ngunjiri 7 years ago
Liberalise pyrethrum sector to exploit new opportunities and boost farmers’ earnings
2017 polls may affect securities market
Every five years, politics and finance converge as Kenyans elect political leaders.
By Ndirangu Ngunjiri 7 years ago
2017 polls may affect securities market
Limit directorship for listed firms
In order to protect the rights of shareholders, Capital Market Authority (CMA) has to improve on its corporate governance code and mechanisms.
By Ndirangu Ngunjiri 8 years ago
Limit directorship for listed firms
State should fix interest rate ceilings
Last week, there was a debate in the National Assembly on interest rates in Kenya, with MPs seeking to fix charges levied on bank customers.
By Ndirangu Ngunjiri 8 years ago
State should fix interest rate ceilings
Kakamega Court quashes transfer of two teachers to PSC
Education
By Robert Amalemba
12 mins ago
Floods in pictures
National
By George Njunge and Kanyiri Wahito
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"You are insensitive," Waiguru tells doctors after skipping meeting
Health & Science
By Esther Nyambura
42 mins ago
Gikomba gold rush: Banks scramble for a slice of Nairobi's street hustle
Financial Standard
By Brian Ngugi
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Price cuts: Why State could be taking undue credit
Financial Standard
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