Monthly Archives: December 2021

In his New Year’s message, Uhuru urges Kenyans to choose leadership over politics

President Uhuru Kenyatta has urged Kenyans to secure the profits made in 2021 despite the challenges that have emerged. In his New Year’s message, the President urged Kenyans to choose leadership through politics, a judicial system and a courageous avenue over a popular one. “First of all, we have to …

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TSC is seeking funding to recruit at least 5,000 additional teachers

The Teacher Service Commission (TSC) raises government funding through parliament to recruit more teachers. During the conclusion of the 17th Conference of Delegates of Primary School Heads in Mombasa, the chairman of the TSC, Dr. Jamleck Muturi that the commission will employ at least 5,000 teachers annually to address the …

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Kenya Power to write off billions is a risky game

editorial Kenya Power to write off billions is a risky game Thursday December 30th 2021 Kenya Power Company technicians are replacing the wooden posts with the concrete posts along Nyerere Avenue in Mombasa as the company intensifies efforts to contain power outages in the county in this photo dated May …

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Cotu boss Atwoli urges unions not to shy away from next year’s elections

Cotu Secretary General Francis Atwoli. [David Njaaga, Standard] Cotu General Secretary Francis Atwoli yesterday called on the unions to take an active part in next year’s elections. Atwoli said the unions should stand up to protect the nation from looters and leaders of questionable character interested in rising to political …

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Narok County Signs Wildlife Agency Agreement to Protect Masai Mara. away

Maasai giraffes cross the road in the Masai Mara Game Reserve on May 23, 2021. [Robert,Kiplagat, Standard] The Narok County government and the Masai Mara Wildlife Conservancy Association have signed a two-year agreement that accelerates conservation efforts for one of Africa’s most famous wildlife sanctuaries. In addition to the larger …

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Blue Line Extension of Working Group Brooklyn Park is Formed to Prevent Displacement

Hennepin County and the Metropolitan Council invite community members to join an anti-displacement working group for the Blue Line expansion. The line extension will connect downtown Minneapolis to Brooklyn Park. Photo: Sam Wagner / Shutterstock Hennepin County and the Metropolitan Council invite community members to join an anti-displacement working group …

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Kenya’s Copia plans to expand e-commerce in Rwanda, Tanzania

The company’s business model is determined by population density, which makes the Lake Victoria region the next logical step, says Steele from Nairobi. Copia, already present in Uganda, is also interested in West African markets like Nigeria, Ghana and Ivory Coast, as well as South Africa, he adds. The speed …

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FinTech IMFact Supply Chain Financing Raises USD 4M

Kenyan fintech company IMFact, which provides working capital to micro and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMBs) with supply chain finance, has received an investment of £ 3 million (approximately $ 4 million) from FSD Africa Investments. according to a press release. The IMFact business model is a “pooled receivables” factoring …

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Equity Bank assists investors in finding business deals in the DRC

From the East Africans Nairobi. The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has given Kenyans a tip to invest in their minerals and agriculture sectors to do business that will receive funding from Equity Bank. East Kasai Province Governor Jeanette Musuamba said the Democratic Republic of the Congo – which …

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Belt and Road Rail Services, construction boom despite COVID-19 – China Economic Net

– “China is very important for the global supply chain. And in most cases it is faster (than ocean shipping). Therefore it is a sensible and reliable alternative to rail,” said Axel Mattern, CEO of Port of Hamburg Marketing. – By December 16, China has signed more than 200 cooperation …

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