Monthly Archives: May 2021
Most of her colleagues at Barclays spent most of their professional careers rising through the ranks at the bank. They were comfortable, she explained, due to the high salaries and perks that came with the job including cheap loans.
Simply put, although getting a good education is much easier today, one cannot ignore the cost. A carefully designed education policy presents a solution to any parent or guardian with big dreams for their children. Contrary to what some people believe, having an education policy that works for you is easy. A good insurer will take the time to understand the parent’s expectation and work out a plan that will best suit the parent, and ultimately realise that dream.
As a country, this don’t-care attitude that was first natured in schools because of seeking to just pass the exams has come to haunt us as a nation. The end justifies the means thinking has driven Kenyans into unimaginable scales of corruption.
A 28-year-old man from Marsabit County is traversing 25 counties on a bicycle to create awareness on the deadly Coronavirus disease. Fredrick Ochieng, who is on the phase two of his anti-coronavirus campaign, hopes to cycle from Tana River to Turkana through 23 other counties.
Kai Havertz, blossoming after a slow start to his Chelsea career, got the winner three minutes before half-time when he collected a defence-splitting pass from Mason Mount to round City goalkeeper Ederson and score. It leaves City still searching for the Champions League, the trophy that has always eluded them, and Guardiola cannot escape scrutiny for his part in this defeat after taking a tactical gamble which backfired.
Flora Mutahi is a Certified Public Accountant, entrepreneur and corporate executive. She is chairperson of the Kenya Association of Manufacturers and the founder and chief executive officer of Melvin Marsh International Limited, the manufacturer of Melvin's Tea, a Kenyan brand. “My appointment as the first ever female chair is a testimony to KEPSA taking a giant step in the right direction of entrenching inclusivity and meritocracy in our leadership," Ms Mutahi said. "We should continue with this drive and include not just women but also youth, persons living with disabilities, and MSME owners and leaders.”
Multichoice Kenya was also crowned the overall winner of the Subscription Broadcasting Services Award under the local content category, beating Startimes and Viusasa. “This win is particularly critical coming at a time when we are celebrating Kenya’s stars and top Kenyan shows brought to life by Maisha Magic East as well as Maisha Magic Plus,” said MultiChoice Kenya Managing Director Nancy Matimu.
Multichoice Nyeri Branch: Multichoice Kenya has opened a new branch to serve DStv and GOtv subscribers in Nyeri county and the larger central region. ...
“We continue to execute our 2020 – 2024 strategy which positions the bank as a strong SME bank. Our strategy execution is on course, and we remain optimistic that the operating macro-economic environment will improve in the remaining part of the year," noted CEO Rebecca Mbithi.