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    Race Against Time: KCSE Candidates Have 30 Days to Select Their Dream Courses

    KUCCPS strongly advises parents and teachers to ensure candidates select courses before they leave school as it impacts the children's lives. The candidates have been given the chance to select degree, diploma, and certificate courses at the secondary school level before sitting KCSE examinations. The applications are done in the secondary schools that the students have registered.

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    Race Against Time: KCSE Candidates Have 30 Days to Select Their Dream Courses

    KUCCPS strongly advises parents and teachers to ensure candidates select courses before they leave school as it impacts the children's lives. The candidates have been given the chance to select degree, diploma, and certificate courses at the secondary school level before sitting KCSE examinations. The applications are done in the secondary schools that the students have registered.

    What Safaricom Would Look Like Broken Up as MPs Push to Split Telco

    The bill seeks to amend Section 25 of the Kenya Information and Communications Act to require anyone operating a telecommunications service to “obtain the relevant licences from the respective regulators of any industry ventured into.”

    Moi Men Take on The Govt in Battle for Kenya Seed Company & Its Billions

    Led by former CEO Nathaniel Tum, the private shareholders have summoned an annual shareholder meeting. They plan to appoint new directors and a new Chief Executive, and to declare dividends for the past six years. The government has insisted that the firm is a parastatal majority owned by the government, while private shareholders lay claim to 60% stake in the firm.

    Mobile Loans: New Bill Changes Lenders’ Playbook

    The ease of sending and receiving funds via mobile money in Kenya, as well as the country's relatively high internet penetration rate have contributed to their rise. These factors, combined with Kenya's youth unemployment rate (39% according to 2019 Census data) has created a monster that has left financial services regulators scratching their heads.

    Key Unesco Report To Be Launched on World Engineering Day

    The Engineers Board of Kenya (EBK) and the Institution of Engineers of Kenya (IEK) will jointly lead roundtable discussions for various sectors as part...

    Sauti Sol Launch Their Own Ear Pod Line Dubbed ‘PaceSol’

    The earbuds deliver good quality sound and are packaged in comfortable , easy to wear, water resistant, Bluetooth buds. Pace CEO J Blessing said that that  their company was pursuing suitable partnerships rather than just promotional campaigns.

    Milk Processing Plant Brings Life to Semi-Arid Region

    The project is a partnership between the Government of New Zealand’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the county government of Kajiado and local cooperative societies. The milk plant is operated by the Emali Dedicated Children’s Agency (EDCA) under the Ksh100 million Agriculture, Dairy and Economic Development (ADED) project. It was commissioned in 2017 to economically empower vulnerable farming communities in the region. 

    PayPal Nightmare Experiences Leave Kenyan Writers, Online Freelancers Broke & Distressed

    Numerous Kenyan freelancers have been left frustrated and distressed thanks to their experiences with the service. With payments withheld and some losing their accounts in questionable circumstances, more of them are searching for alternatives.

    Schneider Electric Pioneers Manufacture of Electric Switchboards in Kenya

    Prisma iPM is an electrical switchboard used to manage the electrical distribution system in large and commercial scale buildings. Schneider Electric will manufacture the enclosures at its local manufacturing facility in Kenya. Schneider Electric’s partners will assemble the final product. Local manufacture of enclosures will mark the beginning point in the localization of the IPM electrical switchboard.

    Investment Firm Invesco Firms Its Presence in Africa

    Gwendolyn Ansah Smith was appointed on 17th February as Managing Director, Africa reporting to Zainab Kufaishi, Head of Middle East and Africa. In this new role, Gwen will explore and lead efforts to develop, execute and manage Invesco’s Africa business. Invesco’s ambition is to participate in Africa’s dynamic and impressive growth story, deliver market leading investment capabilities, and play a role in the development of its capital markets.

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