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Jamhuri Sunday Auto Bazaar

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We paid a visit to Jamhuri Sunday Car Bazaar to do some window shopping.  Below is a video documenting our visit:  Sharing is Caring:

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HP quits Kenyan market

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Hewlett-Packard (HP) has closed its shops in Kenya and the entire East Africa region. The company held an annual general meeting earlier this month and came up with a decision to halt […]

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World Bank appoints Keith Hansen as new regional director

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Keith Hansen has been appointed the new director for Kenya, Uganda,Rwanda and Somalia effective Tuesday, September 8. A statement published on the World Bank’s website on Monday read: ”The World Bank has […]

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2Face shows off his large farm of soybeans in Benue State

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Innocent Idibia, aka, 2Face a Nigerian Singer, songwriter, entrepreneur and record producer was seen a video showing his huge farm of soybeans in Benue State. This is very encouraging and a lesson […]

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Follow Kerosi Blog on Twitter

We are proud to announce our presence on Twitter. Our Twitter handle is @kerosiblog. We produce content on economics, business, public policy, sport, entertainment and gossip.  Tweets by KerosiBlog Thank you for […]

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German airline Lufthansa plans to lay off 22,000 workers

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German airline Lufthansa is planning to cut up to 22,000 jobs as it struggles to cope up with the travel restrictions occasioned by the coronavirus pandemic, the BBC reports. The airline has […]

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Renault cuts 15,000 jobs worldwide

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French automobile manufacturer Renault is cutting 15,000 jobs as part of the €2bn cost-cutting plan due to the impact of coronavirus. Renault saw its first annual loss in a decade last year […]

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Renault prepares to lay off 15,000 employees

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French automobile manufacturer Renault is planning 15,000 job cuts around the globe as it tries to contain losses due to coronavirus pandemic, the BBC reports. Renault saw its first annual loss in […]

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Discuss four strategic lenses that an organization can use to gain competitive advantage

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There are four main strategic lenses in Strategic Management. These lenses are: a) Strategy as discourse This strategy is based on the language and communication of the strategies of an organization. It […]

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Importance of participatory planning in an organization

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Public participation is now a buzz word in countries such as Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa which in one way or the other have laws which makes public participation an important component […]

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Nairobi City Frustrations

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Today we were stuck in town waiting for our Matatu to pick us. I was at the stage behind the National Archives and for more than two hours we waited for our […]

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Successful separation of c-joined twins in Kenya

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At a cost of Ksh 100 million, neurosurgeon Nimrod Mwang’ombe successful lead a team of 60 medics to separate two twins. Flavor and Blessings were two years at the time. The 23-hour […]

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Nairobi County doubles parking fees

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“Nairobi County has increased parking fees in the CBD. From tomorrow motorists will pay a minimal parking fee of KSh 400 with buses paying KSh 1000 a day. Motorists will need to […]

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Competitive Advantage

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For an organization or an individual to have a competitive advantage in any undertaking, you must invest in some aspect of your business in order to stay a head of the crowd. […]

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Injera: Ethiopia’s testiest bread

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Injera is an Ethiopian flatbread made out of the grains called teff. This bread goes along with Ethiopia’s rich stews and sauces.  This is a national food for Ethiopia, Somalia and Eritrea. […]

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CS Peter Munya appoints new Managing Director for KEBS

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The Cabinet Secretary for Trade Peter Munya appointed Benard Njiraini as the new Managing Director of Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) on Friday. This is after Charles Ongwae exited as he faces […]

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Betin and Sportspesa close shop in Kenya

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The betting firms, Sportspesa and Betin have finally closed their business operations in Kenya following a standoff based on tax between the state and the two companies. The two companies spoke to […]

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‘Rapists to be chemically castrated in Pakistan under new laws’ approved by Prime Minister Imran Khan

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Pakistan’s Prime Minister, Imran Khan has allegedly approved in principle a law on chemical castration of rapists.  According to media reports, Mr. Khan approved the legislation which would also fast track sexual […]

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Scotland becomes the first country to offer sanitary products for all women

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All women in Scotland will soon receive sanitary products in a bid to end “period poverty”. Scotland becomes the first country in the world to take that step.  The Period Products (Free […]

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