The Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) moved to High Court to request a vacation of an order by the same court compelling it to reopen Keroche Breweries.
“It is the Authority’s view that the case filed in court by Keroche and the orders sought go contrary to
“Don’t kill the goose that lays the golden egg,” said Azimio La Umoja Presidential flag bearer Raila Odinga who slammed the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) for shutting down Keroche Breweries.
While holding an economic forum in the vote-rich Mt. Kenya region Friday, Odinga told KRA not
Kenya’s local brewing company Keroche has been caught on the receiving end once again in a renewed tax dispute with the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA).
This is after KRA shut down its Naivasha plant Tuesday with the Chief Executive Tabitha Karanja saying over 400 staff will
The Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) has signaled re-opening of Keroche Breweries one week after its doors were closed due to Ksh.22.79 billion tax dispute.
KRA Commissioner General Githii Mburu agreed to meet Keroche boss Tabitha Karanja on March 10 to chat a way forward for the
Keroche Breweries Owner Tabitha Karanja has rejected any plans to sell the Naivasha-based brewer over Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) move to shut the brewer over a Ksh.22.79 billion tax bill.
On Wednesday, Keroche Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder, Tabitha Karanja, accused the KRA of frustrating a
The Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM) held a meeting with Keroche Breweries Chief Executive Officer Tabitha Karanja following the closure of the brewer by the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) last week.
KAM, in accordance with its Manufacturing manifesto 2022-2027, highlighted the impact of the regulatory burden
Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) has shut down Keroche breweries over Ksh.332 million tax arrears.
This is likely to leave over 250 employees jobless, said Keroche Breweries Chief Executive Officer Tabitha Karanya.
“…unfortunately if nothing is done in the next seven days, we will be forced to drain
Keroche breweries industry boss Tabitha Karanja and her
husband Joseph Karanja were on Friday morning released on a Ksh10 million cash
The two were arrested on Thursday by the Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI) officers in Naivasha, remained guests to the states until Friday morning when they
Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Noordin Haji has
ordered the immediate arrest of Keroche Breweries CEO Tabitha Karanja.
Haji also ordered the arrest of Tabitha's husband, Joseph
Karanja, who is also a director at the alcohol manufacturer.
The DPP said Keroche industries are wanted over tax fraud after their
Keroche Breweries Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Tabitha
Karanja has rubbished allegations of evading taxes amounting to Ksh.14.4
billion, accusing the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) of
“harassment and intimidation.”
This comes after DPP Noordin Haji order of arrest of the
Keroche Breweries boss and her husband Joseph