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Deal To Boost Tourism Within East Africa Signed

As part of the program, the partners will collaborate on addressing challenges faced by the EAC region travel industry

Lake Turkana Wind Power’s High-Tech Solution to Its Optimization Quest

Clir will provide Lake Turkana Wind Power with a full assessment of project performance and avenues for optimization

Genghis Projects Kenya’s Economy to Grow 5% This Year

Genghis expects the economy to grow by 5.0% in the year; below the recent pre-pandemic average growth of 5.60%

Court Halts Swearing in Of Anne Kananu as Nairobi Governor

The court directed that the matter be forwarded to Acting Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu who will in turn assign the case to a bench comprising of at least three judges

Britam Appoints Zimbabwe National as CEO

The new appointee will assume his new role effective February 1, 2021

Bar Owners Get More Time to Apply For KBL COVID Relief

Extension is aimed at giving bar owners more time to apply for the Ksh330 million fund following a relatively busy holiday season

Woes Mount at KQ as Airline Set to Effect Further 30%...

Kivaluka informed members of staff that the company would be slashing employee salaries by between 5 percent and 30 percent for employees earning Ksh45,000 and above

Venture Capital Fund Unveils Sh219mn War chest For African Enterprises

The fund was launched by African industrialist Adam Molai in November last year with $1-million (Ksh109.9 million) available for African entrepreneurs

Kenyan Passport Maintains Status Among Top 10 Most Powerful in Africa

The Henley Passport Index bases its findings on data obtained from the International Air Transport Association (IATA), country policy and information mined from reliable online sources

KRA Wins Sh105.6mn Case Against Logistics Company

Mars Logistics Limited had contested Tax Appeal Tribunal’s (TAT) decision that transportation of goods in transit attracts VAT at the rate of 16%. The TAT had also held that transportation services that end outside Kenya are not exported services and thus not taxable