Monthly Archives: April 2021
From midday on Saturday, a 41-gun salute will take place for Prince Philip in cities including London, Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast, as well as in Gibraltar and at sea from Royal Navy warships, the Ministry of Defence said. They will be broadcast online and on television for the public to watch from home.
“The 600: The Soldiers’ Story is an important and inspirational Film, that not only honours self-sacrifice and courage, but also honours the memory of those who died during the Genocide against the Tutsi in 1994,” says its Hollywood Writer & Producer, Richard Hall. “It also makes a connection between the RPA soldiers, and the civilians they were trying to protect, in one of the most desperate military missions of all time, in stopping this Genocide.”
The equity market closed the week with 62 million shares valued at Ksh2 billion against 85 million shares valued at Ksh3 billion transacted the previous week. Turnover today rose to Ksh466 million from Ksh458M posted yesterday, the number of shares traded stood at 14.9 million against 15 million posted the previous session.
PZ Cussons East Africa has under its umbrella some of Kenya's most well known personal and homecare brands - staples in many homes such...
The operations are a key part of the organization's diversification strategy - representing a shift away from reliance on revenue from generating and selling electricity to distributors such as Kenya Power and Lighting Company (KPLC).
Odibets Mega Jackpot: For Leonard Egesa winning a huge amount of money had never crossed his mind. But the Jua Kali artisan from Busia...
Volvo will start manufacturing the first concept vehicles and machines with steel from SSAB using hydrogen already in 2021. Plans are for smaller-scale serial production to start during 2022 and for a gradual escalation towards mass production to follow.
By the time the supermarket chain collapsed in January, it had racked up debts amounting to over Ksh30 billion - including Sh18 billion to suppliers, Sh4 billion to commercial paper holders and the rest to banks.
The Maisha Air Ambulance Plan is available for the bank’s retail, corporate and MSME clients. It also grants them direct access to the AMREF Flying Doctors’ 24-hour control centre for medical advice provided by qualified practitioners.