Kenya

State to digitise land registry services

Move will help improve  ability to track and trace land transactions

Manufacturers stare at losses in carrier bag ban

The National Environment Management Authority announced a ban on the light non woven polypropylene bags.

Simba-Cemtech merger okayed by competition watchdog

National Cement holds a market share of eight per cent

Shilling drops to eight-week low against the dollar

Reuters has attributed the depreciation to high dollar demand from the energy sector.

Ecobank to train 150 leaders from Africa

The training is aimed at strengthening leadership skills to help the communities they serve.

New CA licence law opens up shareholding to Kenyans

Spectrum license fee above Sh1 billion can now be paid over a period of 10 years.

Standard Chartered Bank predicts stable bond market

Both the local and global bond market has shown stability

KQ, Alitalia sign codeshare deal on tourism market

KQ will expand its offer by placing its flight code on Alitalia’s services.

KRA to impound foreign vehicles without permit

Government wants to tighten border controls and stop entry of illegal goods

Tomato prices on the rise as dry weather persists

Consumers forced to part with between Sh10 to Sh15 for one tomato

Cofek to appeal interest cap ruling

Cofek said the ruling was grossly defective

Kenya-Mauritius Double Tax Avoidance void -Court

The court ruled that due process as laid out in the Kenyan constitution was not followed

Coca-cola gives Sh3.8b to fund plastic bottle collection

The industry is estimated to generate about 20,000 tonnes of plastic wastes yearly.

Failed M-Akiba now lists on the bourse

M-Akiba retail infrastructure bond has been approved for listing on NSE.

Kisumu Airport runway to shutdown due to repairs

KQ said that guests booked to travel on Tuesday have been rebooked to travel March 20.

Consumers stare at higher bills as diesel prices rise

Diesel rate is six times more expensive than hydro-power geothermal energy

Always could be withdrawn from market - Kebs

Kebs say 90% of samples collected complied with the required standards