Daily Archives: May 27, 2013
Selling prices rising again following ‘frightening’ rand weakness.
Non-SARS-registered tax practitioners may not assist any taxpayer after July 1.
Steers the standout performer – and tashas ‘recession proof’.
‘It was more or less the heavyweights that actually led the market upwards.’
Kenya Railways Corporation (KRC) is insolvent to the tune of Sh50 billion, making it yet another State-owned enterprise that has gone bust.
Former president Mwai Kibaki has defied retirement to enter the list of influential people that Kenyans find most inspiring, a new survey indicates.
Residents of Kadenge in Siaya District want a land use agreement with American investor Dominion Farm revised.
Kenyan companies have signed up to participate in the first regional investment conference on Somalia to be held in Nairobi on Tuesday.
Moi University in partnership with two international firms is set to expand its accommodation facilities to cater for a surging student population.
The 600-bed capacity five-star beach resort, Sun N Sand, will be demolished and replaced by seven luxurious apartment blocks over the next five years.
Consumers living outside the 600-metre radius of a transformer will pay more to connect to the power grid, Energy and Petroleum secretary Davis Chirchir said on Monday.
MPs on Monday grilled outgoing head of civil service and nominee of secretary to the Cabinet Francis Kimemia over corruption in the public service.
Sameer Africa has dropped plans to start making other rubber products such as gumboots and will instead focus on the tyre business.
The National Social Security Fund (NSSF) and the government have committed to participate in National Bank’s plan to raise more than Sh10 billion