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Relax tight entry grade for diploma teachers


It is irresponsible to have teacher training colleges with idle staff but who continue to draw salaries from the Exchequer.

Relax tight entry grade for diploma teachers

By Editorial | 24 days ago

Top-down, bottom-up economy theories will not work in Kenya

Top-down, bottom-up economy theories will not work in Kenya

As we reflect on the challenges towards our national and local economy, and in light of the Covid-19 pandemic, let us keep this wisdom in mind.

Fred Ogola | 1 month ago

Exchequer receives Sh777 million in dividends, tax from Kenya Ports Authority

Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) last week paid Sh777 million to the National Treasury as dividends, raising the total amount the facility paid to the Exchequer that includes taxes amounting to Sh.2.33 billion in the 2012/2013 financial period, according to a report released on Friday.

Benard Sanga | 6 years ago

MPs should respect the law, constitutional offices

The recent move by MPs to clandestinely award themselves a hefty send off pack of a whooping two billion shillings is invariably manifest of the ingenious attitude by a crop of leaders; politicians and non politicians alike towards the Constitution in general and in particular the commissions it establishes.

- | 8 years ago