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Wings to Fly Scholarships: Bridging financial gaps for 1,000 academically gifted...

Nairobi, 8th January 2024: 1,000 top performers in the 2023 Kenya Certificate of PrimaryEducation (KCPE) who are academically gifted but financially challenged...

Kenya Eyes 500,000 Tourists From India

Kenya has set its eyes on the growing outbound Indian tourism with an aim of attracting record tourist numbers from the Asian...

CBK aims to raise KSh 55 billion via October T-bonds

The Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) has initiated the reopening of two-year and five-year treasury bonds in early October with the goal...

Kenya’s economy to grow by 5.6% in 2023 – AfDB

Kenya’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is projected to grow 5.6% in 2023 and 6.0% in 2024, driven by services and household consumption.

European Commission approves Kenya’s duty-free access deal with EU, Final hurdles...

The European Commission has granted approval to Kenya's Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) with the European Union (EU), bringing the country one step...

Government takes up to sh79 in tax per liter of fuel

Consumers are currently facing a significant tax burden when purchasing fuel in Kenya, with taxes amounting to as much as Sh79 per...

Kenya targets Chinese imports in new tax evasion crackdown

Chinese imports are set for tighter scrutiny as President William Ruto’s government intensifies a purge on entities and individuals who undervalue products...

Pain at the pump: How fuel prices will retail in different...

Tough times are here and so are the fuel prices.  In the new review by the Energy and Petroleum...

Brace yourselves for tougher times, CS Chirchir says

Energy Cabinet Secretary Davis Chirchir has addressed the issue of the rise of prices of fuel after an uproar from Kenyans.

New payslip pain for workers as Treasury plans tax relief axe

The Treasury is contemplating eliminating tax reliefs on pay-as-you-earn (PAYE) taxes, which could lead to smaller payslips for salaried employees. This proposal...

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