TAQA Dalbit has announced the commissioning of Tanzania’s first integrated Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) filling station and conversion centre branded Master Gas located at Pugu Road-Airport Area in Dar es Salaam.
NCBA Economic Forum noted that the Kenya’s economic growth path potentially faces several challenges including foreign exchange pressure occasioned by weak shilling and low official FX reserves, uncertain weather conditions and persistently high inflation.
Equity Group Managing Director and CEO, Dr James Mwangi, has called for increased social inclusion of refugees in Africa.
The Kenya Tourism Board (KTB) is seeking to grow tourism arrivals into the country to 5.5 million in the next five years, as it reaches out to private sector players for collaborative efforts to market the country.
Large taxpayers are those who accrue an annual income of up to Ksh1.3 billion.
The Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) has pledged to address challenges faced by informal sector in a bid to encourage them to pay taxes.
The re-deployment follows Lilian Nyawanda release by the National Treasury and Economic Planning, where she served on secondment.
Through a financing agreement between Family Bank and DigiFarm, the farmers based in Mbeere North and South sub-counties will borrow the funds digitally through the agri-tech platform.
Previously a physical process, the KRA online auction is part of technological strategies aimed at streamlining tax administration procedures to enhance service delivery and improve revenue collection.
The Central Bank of Kenya Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) has retained the Central Bank rate (CBR), Kenya’s signal interest rate at 10.5%, citing a fairly stable inflation regime.
The Johos through their logistics company Autoports Freight Terminals have for the past two years enjoyed a monopoly in handling cargo destined from South Sudan from Kenya, thanks to a lucrative contract signed with Kenya Railways Corporation (KRC).
His recent forays into the green energy sector, however, paint a picture of a man on a mission. In the past year, Raval has been on a run investing in power generation plants.
Commonwealth Secretary-General, the Rt Hon Patricia Scotland KC, has emphasised that collaboration is needed more than ever before to build a resilient tourism sector.
Betting Taxes: Revenue collection in the betting and gaming sector has registered a significant growth after Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) collected over Ksh15.1 billion from Excise on Betting and Withholding Tax on Winnings from the betting sector.
The increase of fuel prices is inevitably set to trigger further increases on prices of key items, as manufacturers and transporters farmers pass the additional costs on to consumers.
Two Rivers stated that the SEZ would be the only one focused on the service sector in Nairobi. Enterprises operating in the SEZ will enjoy several benefits including various tax breaks.
Most notably, the deal guarantees immediate duty-free, quota-free access to the EU market for all Kenyan exports. It also lessens various restrictions on imports and exports deemed discriminatory or unjustifiable, and eases customs restrictions.
President William Ruto said the Cabinet will discuss the revival of Mumias Sugar with a view to securing land and make it profitable for both the county and sugarcane farmers.
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The lack of a long-term vision and inadequate resourcing of mental hospital infrastructures continues to take a toll on Kenya’s mentally ill patients.
This strategic move is in line with indaHash vision to cement its presence in Africa, following its impactful footprint in South Africa since 2017 and successful collaborations with clients like the South African Tourism Board.
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Captain William Kipkemboi Ruto is officially known by the name William Ruto, which also happens to be President William Samoei Ruto’s official name.
With the establishment of individual Central Banks for the three East African countries, Kenya began printing and minting its own shilling currency notes under the mandate given to the Central Bank of Kenya in 19676.