NAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 29 - Kenya’s inflation rate increased by 1.39 per cent from 188.00 in February to 190.62 in March 2018 owing to an increase in cost of food. The Kenya National Bureau of Statistics latest survey carried out in Nairobi and across
Nairobi, Kenya, Mar 29 - According to a 2014 PwC Report titled “Project Management: Improving Performance, Reducing Risk”, only 25pc of companies successfully complete all their projects, 57pc of projects fail due to a breakdown in communications,
NAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 29 - Women make up only 5 percent of chief executives of big corporations in Africa according to a survey by Africa CEO forum. The survey reveals there is a low representation of women in the top echelons of African companies despite
NAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 29 – The Technical University of Kenya has signed a Sh10Mn contract with the Chinese Embassy in Kenya that will see TUK develop and export spare parts to China. TUK Vice-Chancellor Dr. Francis Aduol and Chinese Ambassador to Kenya Dr.
NAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 29 - France 24, a global media outlet, has launched in Kenya, becoming the first international news channel to be on a digital free-to-air platform in the country. The new English Channel will be accessible free-to-air in most metro
NAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 29 - Surging costs of healthcare has pushed Kenya's second largest medical underwriter, AAR Insurance, to double its claims reserve in anticipation of rising claims. The company, which has over 200,000 customers spread across the
NAKURU, Kenya, Mar 29 - Eveready East Africa has registered a pre-tax profit of Sh273 million for the year ending September 2017, ending years of losses for the Nakuru-based battery maker. The positive results come on the back of a bitter separation
NAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 28 – The Government has planned to inject capital into the National Bank of Kenya in a bid to support the growth of the bank. In a letter addressed to the Financial Services regulator (CBK), the Treasury has indicated its commitment
NAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 28 - Central Bank Governor Dr. Patrick Njoroge has said Kenya needs a stable macroeconomic environment and strong institutions to rebound from the 2017 economic slump that was caused by drought and a prolonged electioneering period.
MAPUTO, Mar 28 – President Uhuru Kenyatta will on Thursday start a State visit to Mozambique to promote trade, enhance bilateral relations and especially on the blue economy. The blue economy has been highlighted as a key sector in manufacturing,