Monthly Archives: January, 2023
By Njeri Kagwe There is no doubt that any business’s ethics and purpose are becoming increasingly important to consumers – young and old. That is why in recent years phrases such as ‘people and the planet above profits’ have become...
Magoha served as the last Education CS in Uhuru's administration, and the former President had nothing but praise for him. He credited him for his efforts to ensure 100% transition to secondary schools, the transition to the CBC curriculum and to eliminate exam cheating.
The move is part of President William Ruto's push to digitize government services. The new digital birth certificates will be introduced alongside Unique Personal Identifiers (UPI). According to the Interior Ministry, the UPI will act as a lifelong identification number and will make it easier to access government services.
June Chepkemei, who is the head of Marketing and Communications at the KonzaTechnopolis Development Authority (KOTDA) has been appointed as the Managing Director in an ActingCapacity, at the Kenya Investment Authority (KENINVEST). The appointment by Moses Kuria, the Cabinet Secretary...
Africa Tech Summit has announced the final shortlist of ventures who will Pitch Live on stage to investors, corporate and media at the Africa Tech Summit in Nairobi from 15th to 16th February.
The NIC-CBA merger in 2018 created NCBA - Kenya's third-largest bank by asset value. It was completed though a share swap, with NIC group shareholders owning 47 percent of the merged entity and CBA shareholders including the Kenyatta family owning 53 percent of the merged entity.