Month: June 2018

importing sugar into Kenya

Importing sugar into Kenya

30th June 2018

Importing sugar into Kenya Recently Rai, a business mogul, who is accused of importing sugar into Kenya which is alleged to be laced with mercury, copper and lead clarified that there is a process followed before importing sugar into Kenya. You take in all the requirements according to the laws of Kenya. You start with […]

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canada decriminalize cannabis

Canada decriminalize Cannabis

30th June 2018

Canada decriminalize Cannabis As from October, 2018 Cannabis decriminalize cannabis. Pot or Cannabis or Bang is illegal in America except for medical marijuana which was legalized in 2001. Read More: History of Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) in Kenya The discussions for Canada to decriminalize Cannabis started in earnest in 2015 when one Justin Trudeau was […]

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Provision of public goods by Private companies is a sign of government Dysfunction

29th June 2018

the provision of public goods and services is a sign of government failure

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Chepkigen Health Centre in Uasin Gishu County.

Uasin Gishu Plans to Cut Health Budget by Ksh. 1.3 billion in 2018/2019

27th June 2018

This article focuses on how Uasin Gishu county government in Kenya allocates resources towards the health sector and what implications that has on the local residents.

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Private Public Partnerships (PPPs)

Learn about Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) Kenya

27th June 2018

This article explores the structure of Private Public Partnerships in Kenya. This is commonly referred to as PPPs.

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History of Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) in Kenya

26th June 2018

This article is shedding light on Public Private Partnerships in Kenya

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Why poison our sugar with Mercury?

26th June 2018

Why poison our sugar with Mercury? In the last few weeks, Kenyans have been debating about poisonous sugar. It has been alleged that some importers of sugar want us dead. How else can we explain importation of sugar contaminated with Mercury, copper and lead? These are commonly referred to as heavy metals. World Health Organization […]

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ISSUES RAISED BY CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS ON KENYA NATIONAL BUDGET FY 2018/2019

24th June 2018

This article explores the issues raised by Civil Society Organizations in Kenya on the National Budget Financial Year 2018/2019.

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David Blitzer of S&P Global

David M. Blitzer, PhD

23rd June 2018

This is a profile of David Blitzer of S&P Global. In this series we highlight the profiles of economist who are making a contributions towards helping us understand how the world works.

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Argentine Peso Collapse

ARGENTINA PESO COLLAPSE IS REAL

22nd June 2018

This article is all about the Argentine Peso collapse and the causes of that.

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What we now know about Cuban Healthcare statistics

22nd June 2018

This article is about Cuban healthcare system. Its merits and demerits.

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Super Eagles Nigeria

Super Eagles Nigeria has been beaten by Croatia

17th June 2018

Super Eagles Nigeria world cup results

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Fifa World Cup

FIFA World Cup Soccer Economics

16th June 2018

FIFA World Cup Soccer Economics Did you know that soccer is a multi-billion dollar global business? Now you know. In this article, we’ll use the example of FIFA World Cup to highlight soccer economics. Currently, World Cup 2018 is ongoing in Moscow, Russia. The venue for World Cup 2022 is already decided. It will be […]

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“Brazil will win World Cup,” Predicts Goldman Sachs

16th June 2018

“Brazil will win World Cup,” Predicts Goldman Sachs The FIFA World cup games commenced in earnest on 14th June, 2018 with Russia opening the beautiful game with Saudi Arabia. The matches are scheduled to last from June 14 to July 15. This year’s host is Moscow, Russia. The beautiful game of soccer is hard to […]

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TAX EXEMPTION FOR TOURIST VEHICLES

15th June 2018

TAX EXEMPTION FOR TOURIST VEHICLES …the law provides for exemption of duty for some select vehicles for the transport of tourists. To boost tourism and provide a platform to market our national brand worldwide, the exemption will now be expanded to include sightseeing buses and overland trucks imported by licensed tour operators. – Kenya Budget Statement 2018 Read […]

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Deserted beaches at the south coast in Ukunda, Kwale County.

It’s low season South Coast of Kenya

15th June 2018

This article documents a trip we made to South Coast of Kenya at a place called Diani. It was off-peak and tourists were few, hotels were operating on a quarter capacity. It was bad for business.

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Uhuru Kenyatta as Finance Minister carrying the Budget briefcase.

Secrets of Finance Minister Kenya budget brief case

15th June 2018

Secrets of Finance Minister Kenya budget brief case Every year in Kenya, the Minister of Finance Kenya carries the budget briefcase on the day of reading the budget statement at the national assembly. This finance minister Kenya brief case has lots of significance as we will highlight below. The journey with the finance minister Kenya begins […]

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Analyzing Kenya's budget estimates for FY 2018/2019 from Kenya's South Coast.

Impact of Kenya national budget 2018

15th June 2018

Impact of Kenya national budget 2018  We Kenyans are in more trouble than we can ever imagine. This is after an oppressive budget was read yesterday. Kenya national budget 2018 is considered to have introduced harmful elements especially for the working class. MPESA  (mobile money) transactions are going to be real expensive after Cabinet Secretary […]

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NATIONAL HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND 

14th June 2018

NATIONAL HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND  The National Housing Development Fund is the newest concept in town. This is a new levy that the national government plans to put in place to enable them raise resources for implementation of one housing component of the big four agenda. Mr. Speaker, in order to promote development of low cost […]

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This road in some village in Msambweni was terrible. We had to borrow spades and get into the work of making it passable.

Impassable Roads in Parts of Msambweni 

14th June 2018

This article highlights the status of roads in some parts of Kwale County more especially during the rainy season. The state should do something about this business.

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