Daily Archives: May 3, 2013
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, who faces charges of crimes against humanity at the International Criminal Court, is expected to visit London at Britain’s invitation next week for a conference on Somalia.
Goldenberg architect Kamlesh Pattni on Friday walked out of Milimani Magistrate court a free man after all criminal charges against him were formally terminated.
The Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources (IBAR) is asking the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries (MALF) to reserve at least five per cent of the estimated funds its set to receive from the Treasury for the Department of Livestock.
Members of Parliament plan to annul the gazette notice the Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC) published on March 1 slashing their monthly salaries to Sh543,000 down from Sh850,000.
Kenya’s industry regulator, the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) said here on Thursday that it will set the legislative framework and regulation on transportation of petroleum.
Last summer, euro zone member Spain was struggling to borrow money for 10 years at a yield below 7 per cent. Last week, Rwanda had no trouble.
The European Union in Kenya will leverage on its social media presence for public engagement on issues regarding its partnership with Kenya.
The Sh1.6 trillion budget tabled on Thursday has put the taxman in a tight spot over tax collection because the government set a higher target despite missing the present one.
Currency Buy Sell Mean
US DOLLAR 83.6628 83.8478 83.7553
STG POUND 129.9138 130.2014 130.0580
EURO 109.3711 109.6217 109.4960
SA RAND 9.3422 9.3884 9.3653
The government has scaled down spending on energy even as power outages hit a crisis level.
The government has set aside Sh84.9 billion to help anchor devolution over the next financial year at the county level.
The Transport and Infrastructure ministry has received the third largest budgetary allocation of Sh125 billion to build roads in order to stimulate growth.
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[IMF]Low-income countries are now among the fastest-growing economies in the world, but many remain vulnerable to shocks and spillovers from advanced and emerging markets, the IMF says.