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Homeboyz predicament shines the spotlight the darkest corner of radio in Kenya: use of untrained presenters to drive their shows. Radio airwaves are stuffed with so-called celebrities - from musicians, comedians to actors - who masquerade behind mics as journalists by trading in their fan base yet have no idea of journalistic principles and ethics governing the practice of journalism. Journalists in radio have been relegated to peripheral roles of gathering and editing news. Even the news presentation role is for the most part handled by these celebrities. That’s the weakest link in media brought about by stiff competition for listeners and entry of niche radio stations.
There is need for public and private collaborative strategies to substantially contribute to less harm in society
The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC), the policy-formulating organ of the Central Bank of Kenya, met on 29th September, 2020.
Amana Capital Shilling Fund fell in trouble after Nakumatt went down with Ksh500m it had had invested in the retail chain’s commercial paper.
With two separate hubs in Lagos Facebook, it seems, has settled on eating the African tech-lunch from West Africa.
Business Today talked to Terryanne Chebet exactly a month ago, just a day after she left Metropol TV, and brings you the interview.
Now Kenya’s leading mobile operator has a substantive CEO and - if it makes anyone happy - he’s a Kenyan.
The spectacular feat earns him a space in the Guinness Book of Records as well, turning him from record holder to an icon.
Despite the shortfall, CBK Governor Dr Patrick Njoroge said the demonetization process went well and termed the process successful.