Government and Policy


New Taxes To Negatively Affect Manufacturing – KAM
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The Kenya Association of Manufacturers has come out, guns blazing saying the new taxes that have been initiated by the government will ...

Parliament Erupts into Chaos as MPs Pass President Uhuru’s Contentious Tax Cuts
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Parliament has passed President Uhuru’s 8 percent fuel tax.  The opposing side needed 233 votes to bring down the proposal but ...

4,000 Women and Children Were Murdered in South Africa in One Year

Almost 4,000 women and children were murdered in South Africa between April 2017 and March 2018 according to statistics released by police ...

Court Declares Finance Bill 2018 Illegal

The debate surrounding the controversial Finance Bill 2018 just took a new turn on Wednesday after the court declared it illegal.In ...

15 Chinese Arrested Over Prostitution in South C, Nairobi

Fifteen Chinese nationals have been arrested for engaging in prostitution by the immigration officers in South C, Nairobi, and are currently awaiting ...

Are You Among the 500,000 Kenyans Blacklisted on the CRB? Here’s How to Check Your Status

Credit Reference Bureau (CRB) is every borrower’s motivation of paying up a loan. There are over 500,000 borrowers blacklisted by the CRB ...

Communications Authority Warn Mobile Operators Against Unregistered SIM Cards
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The Communications Authority of Kenya has issued a directive to mobile network operators to review their respective subscriber registration databases and confirm ...

Why President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Memo Is More Expensive Than The 16% VAT on Fuel
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I have listened to some gullible Kenyans “thanking” President Uhuru Kenyatta for being old and “cutting” the 16 percent Value Added Tax ...

South Africa’s Constitutional Court Legalizes the Use and Growth of Bhang

A Constitutional Court in South Africa has decriminalized the use and cultivation of cannabis in private in a ruling received with mixed ...

Pumwani Hospital Shocker: A Reflection of How Expectant Mothers in Kenya Are Put To Risk
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Being pregnant in Kenya is becoming a risky venture for women especially those relying on public hospitals for services.It is now ...






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