Daily Archives: June 25, 2013
Trade union federation Cosatu renewed its call for an overhaul of economic policy and institutions.
During the height of the one party excesses, the Executive had a simple way of blocking scrutiny: starve the oversight organs of resources and no finger would be raised.
When public school teachers went on strike last year just one month to the commencement of national examinations, the Knut chairman Wilson Sossion said he felt the pain that parents went through since one of his children was also a candidate.
The auditor-general recently lamented that his office was understaffed. He said that his staff were being poached by Class “A” parastatals.
At a gas conference last week, Ugandan oilmen alerted Kenya that they will be importing as much as 800,000 metric tonnes of mainly equipment over the next few years as they enter the next phase of their oil production, export and refining development.
Eight students have sued Kenya School of Law for deregistering them from the institution’s Advanced Training Programme.
Telkom Kenya officials were Tuesday taken to task over the company’s continued dismal performance despite its privatisation six years ago which was expected to turn around its fortunes
The national medical insurer has adopted new quality assurance standards for health providers as it seeks to simplify evaluation process
The government has set the stage to borrow over Sh84 billion from the international markets next year between the period January to June 2014 in order to help finance a Sh329 billion budget deficit
Currency Buy Sell Mean
US DOLLAR 85.9644 86.1561 86.0603
STG POUND 132.7373 133.0570 132.8970
EURO 112.7776 113.0544 112.9160
SA RAND 8.5510 8.5780 8.5645
The Nairobi Securities Exchange on Tuesday made a nostalgic return to the Exchange Bar at the Stanley Hotel, where it last operated from more than two decades ago
Chemical analysis links methane in drinking wells to shale-gas extraction.