Daily Archives: June 26, 2013
Corruption should not be so deep-rooted that civil servants expect bribes for doing what they are paid to do, President Jacob Zuma has said.
Murray & Roberts fined R309m; settles with Competition Commission: Henry Laas – CEO, Murray & Roberts
‘The collusive conduct…primarily relates to companies…acquired by the group during 2006, 2007.’
‘The commodities carnage ‘has to do with worries over…the quality of Chinese growth.’
Set for record quarterly loss
JSE-listed Steinhoff International to extend footprint to Austria, as well as central and eastern Europe, when Steinhoff Europe acquires 105-year-old kika-Leiner
President Obama’s two-day visit to Tanzania begins on July 1 with a meeting with President Kikwete, who will host a state dinner that evening for the US leader and First Lady Michelle Obama, the White House announced on Friday.
Uganda and Rwanda are set to join Kenya in relocating top customs officials to Mombasa Port in a new pact seeking to boost the flow of goods and curb dumping of cheap imports in East Africa.
A controversial law requiring foreign mining firms to cede 35 per cent ownership to local investors will be repealed to help Kenya attract investments in the extraction sector.
Poor business environment and non-tariff barriers to trade are hampering growth in Kenya despite improvements in the policy framework last year, the World Bank has said.
For millions of consumers online, the acute shortage of products made in Kenya on the Internet is puzzling, especially for a country that aspires to become Africa’s silicon Savannah.
A stand-off between the government and teachers over salaries has deepened as a nationwide strike by the tutors entered its second day yesterday.
Kenya Airways banking on cost-cutting measures to recover from tough two years that saw the national carrier swing to the biggest loss ever in the history of companies listed on the Nairobi bourse.
Sales of new luxury cars dropped 18.3 per cent in the five months to May on reduced orders from top selling Mercedes and BMW brands.
Kenya Revenue Authority has lost its bid to secure guarantees for unpaid tax from a company at the centre of botched maize supply deal with National Cereals and Produce Board (NCPB).