When taxes don’t make business sense

With a scheduled touchdown of 12 midnight at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi,

NCBA first quarter profit up 49 percent to Sh5.1 billion

NCBA Group’s net profit for the quarter that ended March has surged by 49 percent

KCB doubles loan loss provision to Sh4.1 billion as profit dips

KCB has nearly doubled its cover for bad loans to Kes4.1 billion in the period

Bank generous to shareholders despite looming liquidity challenge

Banks have stepped up dividend rewards to shareholders to lock in investors as share price


Dr Ochuodho fights suspension from AU body

African Union Chair Moussa Faki has been sued following suspension of majority of members of a committee affiliated to the continental body over claims of


Informal taxi taxes

My uber today, meaning the guy who drove me to a late meeting, and I should have known better to use such a possessive pronoun.


KCB Group shareholders okay Sh6.4 billion dividend payout

KCB Group shareholders have approved Kes3.2 billion in final dividend payout for the 2022 trading period, signaling a sustained return to investors. The move brings


Africa researchers set ambitious target for 1 million scientists

The African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC) wants to expand its training programme in a bid to help the continent get to one million

In Pictures

The last supper

Empire Group, a collaborative student production drawn from University of Nairobi, Kenyatta University and Technical University of Kenya will this April 9, produce an Easter show at the Visa Oshwal in Parklands. The play, ‘After the last plate of the

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