Kenya and DR Congo have signed four framework cooperation
agreements covering several economic sectors, security and defense as well as
Among the four pacts, signed on the second day of President
Kenyatta’s three-day State visit of DR Congo, is the general cooperation
agreement which provides a framework for
The High Court has stopped the
implementation of a 1 percent minimum tax which was to fall due on April 20,
Justice George Odunga issued conservatory
orders blocking the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) from effecting the tax
pending the hearing and determination of the petition.
President Samia Suluhu has already formed a
coronavirus committee of health experts, one year after the late Magufuli
declared the country coronavirus free.
President Suluhu said the health experts on
COVID-19 will advise her on the situation of the virus in the country for
necessary steps to be taken, according
The government is now working out a
vaccination programme for workers in Kenya’s hospitality industry, said Tourism
Cabinet Secretary Najib Balala.
Balala said government expects to launch
the programme in Nairobi on April 21, 2021.
He made the remarks after the arrival of
the inaugural flight from Ukraine, Kiev, to
The Kenyan Shilling has depreciated slightly for
a second trading session against the United States Dollar.
This coming on the back of rising end month demand for the dollar by importers.
Ksh.1 = $.107.94
The Bar and Restaurant Owners in Murang’a
County have appealed to the government to have their workers be prioritized in
the ongoing administration of coronavirus vaccination.
Members of bars, hotels and liquor traders
association said their workers interact with many customers on a daily basis
thus the need to have
League side Tottenham Hotspur has fired Jose Mourinho days ahead of their
Sunday clash against Manchester City in Carabao Cup final.
to the club, Mourinho has been sent home alongside his technical bench.
coaching staff included Joao Sacramento, Nuno Santos, Carlos Lalin and Giovanni
A decision by twelve of Europe’s top
football clubs to form a breakaway Super League has invited criticism and
support in almost equal measure across board.
The announcement made of Sunday appears to
be a fierce battle for control of the game and its lucrative revenue.
Football authorities and
A recent survey by Infotrak shows that 65 percent of
Kenyans feel the country is heading in the wrong direction.
According to an Infotrak poll dubbed ‘Which Way Kenya?’ Kenyans are continuously growing concerned over the direction the country is taking.
In June 2019, only 48
Since the advent of the
coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in Kenya, it has had a huge impact on people’s
lives, families and communities. For Kenya’s insurance industry, the fallout
from the pandemic has resulted in an increased number of health, travel and
business interruption claims coupled with reduced sales volumes