Monthly Archives: March 2021
The firm, which recently appointed strategy expert Tavaziva Madzinga as CEO following the retirement of Benson Wairegi after 40 years at the firm, stated that the restructuring would be complete by May 2021. The new structure is designed to drive enhanced digital innovation in Britam's solutions and product development.
The impact of the Covid-19 school closures on teenage girls and its adverse negative effects on education is becoming clear. Worrying reports from different...
According to McKinsey's Women in the Workplace 2020 study, women make up 48% of entry-level employees, but only 38% of managers, 34% of senior managers or directors, 29% of VPs, 23% of SVPs, and just 22% of C-suite executives. We kick off with our top 15 list of African women in the Corporate world. These women have torn down gender bias in the workplace by taking up SHE-EO (CEO), founders, head officers, and managerial seats in some of the continent's leading companies.
Are you unsure of how to divide your funds in the safest way to get good returns? Or you are asking what best strategy...
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.
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.”
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.
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.