Monthly Archives: April 2021
Keroche CEO Tabitha Karanja alluded to the dominance of imports in the strong beer segment, voicing confidence that Kenyans would support and enjoy the new lager brand. She revealed that Keroche expects the new lager brand to generate as much as Ksh1 billion in tax revenue for the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) annually.
TRIBUTE: Veteran newspaper Journalist and columnist Philip Ochieng has died, aged 83. Ochieng died on the evening of Tuesday 27th April 2021 at around...
Justice Martha Koome Karambu has moved within striking distance of the Chief Justice position, after the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) unanimously nominated her for...
ames Green, deVere Group’s Divisional Manager of Europe, notes: “Pre-coronavirus, we were already in an exciting new era driven by the lightning pace of the digitalisation of our everyday lives. “But like so many areas of our lives, the pandemic has accelerated this trend.”
The firm behind Waterfront Karen mall, Crossroads Limited, has come out to dispel reports that the property was up for sale at Ksh20 billion. News...
While 2020 had its fair share of challenges, it also came with opportunity. The pandemic ended up greatly expediting the digital transformation of organisations around the world. Mr Xu noted that businesses are moving to the cloud one to three years ahead of schedule. As new technologies like AI continue to mature, efforts to go digital will expand beyond the office and into production systems, bringing industries into a new intelligent upgrade phase.
Business supplies are often at the top of monthly expenditure, so make it a regular practice to re-evaluate who you buy from. At least once a year, compare suppliers and get quotes in to make sure that you’re getting the best prices and terms. Shop around outside of your pool of usual suppliers, and proactively be on the hunt for money-saving bargains.
“As a foundation, through our education pillar, we will be able to offer bright and needy students the opportunity to pursue and successfully complete secondary education. This will provide relief to parents struggling to meet tuition needs and greatly contributing to the 100 per cent transition policy put in place by the Ministry of Education,” she added.
The mall saw a decline in its fortunes in 2020 after anchor tenant Shoprite terminated their 10-year lease agreement in July after less than a year at the mall. The South African supermarket chain exited not only Waterfront mall but the Kenyan market at large, closing stores at City Mall Nyali, Westgate Mall and Garden City Mall.