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Economists welcome Ruto's purge but want more done to ease cost of living

Analyst say the President should now focus on fighting corruption and improve service delivery. The impact of the move in the economy could be seen in the coming weeks and months.
By Macharia Kamau 1h ago
The lobby says the proposal could have negative consequences on the country's growing digital economy. CAK currently reviewing public comments on the draft bill.
By Brian Ngugi 12h ago
The latest audit of the taxman’s books of account reveals glaring discrepancies in collections and outstanding refund claims with an under-declaration of revenues amounting to Sh490 billion.
By Brian Ngugi 20h ago
A customer experience survey across Kenya's banking sector has found that customers prioritize excellent service over cost considerations when selecting their preferred banking channels.
By Brian Ngugi 23h ago
Farmers in Meru have raised the alarm over rising cases of coffee theft in the region. They believe an organised gang is behind the spate of attacks that have left several factory guards dead.
By Phares Mutembei 1d ago
Real estate firm Finsco Africa has urged developers to tap into the international market to access long-term capital, which is critical for rolling out affordable housing.
By Correspodent 1d ago
Amsons has issued a notice of intention to launch a public takeover offer to acquire up to 100 per cent of Bamburi's shares at 65 Kenyan shillings per share.
By Brian Ngugi 1d ago
The businessman says the taxman was imposing taxes as per the rate of 2023 instead of 2022, and argues that his company and another one in Mauritius are two separate entities.
By Fred Kagonye 1d ago
A new report by the Intergovernmental Authority for Development (Igad) has shown that more women than men were unemployed between 2012 and 2022.
By Esther Dianah 1d ago
Global rating agency’s negative rating means the country will pay more to borrow domestically and internationally.
By Brian Ngugi 1d ago
The pension funds, encompassing the LAPTRUST, CPF and CPF Individual Pension Plan have posted a mixed record marked by sustained growth and resilient performance.
By Brian Ngugi 2d ago
Counties raised Sh34.4 billion from their own sources in the 2020/21 financial year against a target of Sh54.3 billion.
By Nicole Njuguna 2d ago