Health worker unions have called off their strike notice
which was set to elapse midnight.
The unions have now given the government 21 more days to
address their grievances or stick to the plan.
This comes in the wake of the outbreak of COVID-19 in the country
The Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) has ordered eight companies in the country to remove their hand sanitisers from the market for failing to meet the country’s required standard.
Among the companies that have been instructed to discontinue
manufacturing and distribution of the products into the market
Tanzania’s President John Pombe Magufuli has sacked the country’s deputy health minister Dr. Faustine Engelbert Ndugulile in the wake of COVID-19 outbreak.
He then appointed Dr. Godwin Oloyce Mollel to the position
effective May 16, 2020, according to a statement from his communication
Taking to social media following
Nurses, clinical officers, medical lab technicians, pharmacy
technicians, nutritionists and other cadres of health professionals are set to
down their tools from Monday to demand for better workplace and protective
This comes in the wake of the outbreak of COVID-19 in the country and two weeks since their
By Daisy Okanga | Sameer Africa PlC has projected an increase in its profitability to Ksh185 million for the year 2021, against the projected profit earnings of Ksh69 million in the current year 2020 indicating a 168 percent point increase.
This is after the tyre manufacturing
In sub-Saharan Africa, an estimated 25.7 million people were living with HIV and only 16.4 million who represent 64 percent were taking antiretroviral therapy in 2018, According to the World Health Organisation (WHO).
It has been revealed that people now risk having their treatment interrupted
Sameer Africa Plc has exited from the trye making business
in both China and India after it cited harsh economic times in both regions.
In a statement issued to the newsroom, the company said it
will, henceforth, shift focus to trading mainly in rental business.
Due to changes in
The Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA) has entered into a
partnership with Jumia Kenya to help digitise businesses and help them grow
their digital sales in a bid to save jobs amidst COVID-19 outbreak.
Through the digital commerce program, thousands of
businesses will be registered and trained to
The Senate which plays as the upper house of the Parliament
in Kenya was first formed back in 1963. It was then abolished in 1966 and was
re-established after the promulgation of the new 2010 constitution.
Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen has been serving
as the Senate Majority leader
The Kenyan shilling weakened slightly against the US dollar
This is against the backdrop of news that the International Monetary
Fund has raised Kenya’s debt distress to high from moderate due to the impact
of the coronavirus crisis.
Kenya’s debt stood at 61.7% of Gross Domestic Product (GDP)