Monthly Archives: December 2022
Standard Group, an NSE-listed company, had issued a profit warning earlier this month. Earnings for the year ending December 31st, 2022 are expected to be at least 25 percent lower than reported earnings for the year ended December 31st, 2021.
Tomorrow, December 31st 2022, is the last day imported vehicles older than 7 years will be allowed into the country. The Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) had earlier announced that it will not admit in the country second-hand vehicles whose first year of registration is 2015 or before, effective January 1, 2023.
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Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (Epra) director-general Daniel Kiptoo confirmed to journalists that the power subsidy would not be extended past the end of year. It had been introduced by President Kenyatta in January alongside other reforms intended to cushion Kenyans from the high cost of power.
Ms Catherine Kasavuli, who dominated the TV screen in Kenya for years working for KTN, lost the battle against cancer last evening, according to Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) Managing Director Samuel Maina.
Co-operative Bank of Kenya has a portfolio of cards – debit, credit, prepaid, and platinum – offering various financial services that have taken banking services directly into personal wallets and purses.
Mwakazi continues to monetize his voice through the venture he established in 2013. He can still be heard on several Citizen TV promos and advertisements.
One person has been confirmed dead at Royal Media Services offices and several others are undergoing treatment after suffering what is understood to be severe food poisoning.
Kenya, East Africa's biggest economy, is hoping electric-powered motorcycles will catch on and place it ahead of its regional peers in the shift to zero-emission electric mobility. T