By Daisy Okanga | The National Treasury has slashed the cancellation of excise duty on beer made from sorghum, millet, cassava or any other agricultural produce in Kenya to 60 percent.
The trim can be seen from a previous 80 percent rate and the
move will see
By Daisy Okanga | Cabinet Secretary for Tourism and Wildlife Najib Balala has officially launched a virtual Safari live stream campaign to showcase game safaris in some of the parks and reserves across the country.
The six-week expedition across the country will be part of
The National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) is now
seeking a bid to reintroduce the use of “no cash” on matatu fare after the
programme was introduced in November 2014 and later flopped.
The bid has been sought to see the spread of the coronavirus which has caused
The National Treasury is now proposing a Value Added Tax (VAT)
on e-commerce services in the country, mostly targeting digital market
This move will see the likes of Netflix, HBO, Amazon Prime
among others included in the tax regime in the country, many of whom signed to
Anthony Mugami is still coming to terms after
winning Sh300,674 after staking sh10 on Bundesliga matches over the weekend.
Mugami placed his bet on Odibets, one of the
most popular betting websites in Kenya, adding that he learnt of the firm
through the media.
The Liverpool supporter stated that he
The Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) has pushed the awaited Afro-Asia
fintech festival to July 2021 citing health concerns in the wake of the
The event had been scheduled for July 13 to 14 , 2020.
“The postponement follows careful consideration by the
cohosts, CBK and
Kenya has been positioned second in Africa, and 55th globally among countries with a sound pension scheme, according to a report by multinational financial services company–Allianz.
The report ranked Kenya second in Africa after South Africa
which stands at position 41 globally.
Kenya has a total score of
By Daisy Okanga | An estimated 287,481 Kenyans lost their jobs between January and March this year, according to the new data from the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS).
In its Labor Force report produced every quarter of the
year, KNBS revealed that youths between the