Kenyans showers kind words on Bitange Ndemo’s promotion to full professor

24th August 2019

Kenyans showers kind words on Bitange Ndemo’s promotion to full professor  According to a twitter message by CIO East Africa, Associate Professor Bitange Ndemo has now become a full professor at University of Nairobi’s Business School. Bitange Ndemo has been at the forefront in researching and implementing policy on ICT and its interaction with small […]

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Turkana is on the move

22nd August 2019

Turkana is on the move I have been checking the progress of Turkana County since my last time here nearly two years ago. I’ve already seen some changes especially in the private sector. It’s clear that government policy has an implication on investment. The private sector is busy constructing petrol stations, hotels and restaurants. I’m […]

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A bunch of bananas

Bananas History

10th November 2018

BANANAS HISTORY The bananas comes from the Cavendish sub-group. The commercial banana is the world’s most endangered crop. This is the most uniform food crop globally. Banana is the most traded fresh fruit when measured by volume. Traders have been handling this fruit at the markets for over the last 100 years. Refrigerated shipping gave […]

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Human rights standards

27th September 2018

Human rights standards When speaking about business and human rights, we refer to all types of businesses and not just the larger businesses. The following are some of the existing human rights standards: Equator Principle There are banks which are adhere to the equator principles. Standard Chartered Bank has said that after consultations, they will not […]

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Government and business ethics in politics 

3rd August 2018

Government and business ethics in politics For many years people have argued that governments can be more effective and efficient if they are run like firms. For example in 1938, New York Mayor Fiorello La Guardia promised to run the city the same way he would operate his own business. In 1992 every time Ross […]

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Rabbits at Farm Inn Country Hotel

Personal Finance: Is Rearing Rabbits a Good Business?

17th November 2017

Personal Finance: Is Rearing Rabbits a Good Business? I’m just thinking and talking to myself. Is the market for these rodents still available? I may embark on raring these as a product for sale. Other people keep them as pets. I can’t keep pets now. Maybe later. I need financial freedom. Soon I’ll commission a […]

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Great links: 13/11/17

13th November 2017

Great links: 13/11/17 The following Great links will keep you updated: The burden of a Sisulu (news24) Protesters oppose South Africa’s Planned Nuclear Plant (news24) Transparency crucial for investors in African infrastructure (news24) Corruption can add 40% to infrastructure costs (news24) These are the 10 best economists in South Africa (BusinessTech) Follow us on Twitter […]

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Martin and Geoffrey facilitating a session on how to influence national and regional planning

Mixing Leisure with Business at Farm In Hotel

12th November 2017

Mixing Leisure with Business at Farm In Hotel Injustices should never be allowed to pass without a challenge from the people. For instance, there are allegations that Ugandan MPs want to change Article 26 of Uganda’s Constitution to allow government to acquire private land and pay compensation later. This should be challenged. Injustice. It’s a […]

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Top Blogs in Economics, Politics and Technology

14th August 2017

Top Blogs in Economics, Politics and Technology This is my reading list of top blogs in economics, politics and technology.  These are the topics I am passionate about: Economics  Technology  Politics  General List – all topics  Economics Podcasts  Click on the above links and enjoy reading!! 🙂 🙂 Sharing is Caring:0

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Adenan Khashoggi

Arms Dealer Adnan Khashoggi dies at 82

8th June 2017

Adnan Khashoggi, Arms Dealer and Playboy is dead at 82  Global Media outlets have been extensively covering the death of once the world’s richest arms dealer. From New York Times, the Guardian newspaper and the Standard Newspaper of Kenya among others.  Summary  Adnan Khashoggi was born in Mecca on July 25, 1935 to the personal […]

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Garissa Town: 20th April, 2017

20th April 2017

Garissa Town xxxxx Read More: Donald Trump opens a Pandora’s box in Africa Sharing is Caring:0

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Be ahead of Competition

How to Stay A head of Competition in Life

25th March 2017

How to Stay ahead of Competitors in Business   There is completion everywhere whether in sports, education or business among other areas and you must learn how to stay ahead of competition. Staying ahead of this competition requires effort and strategies. In this article we are exposing the strategies that you must embrace in order […]

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Uber Used Fake Software to Avoid the law

5th March 2017

Uber Knows how to Evade the Law  The most current news from Uber Technologies Limited desk is that one of the senior executives has left the company. At the same time  a number of revelations has been made. One of them being that uber used a custom-built software to evade the law enforcers. These allegations […]

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Tigo Tanzania

Let’s Learn about MIC Tanzania Limited (Tigo)

30th September 2016

posted at 10:00 PM by Tigo Tanzania is a telecommunication company that offers a wide portfolio of products such as SMS, internet, voice and mobile financial services. Tigo is credited for pioneering in innovations such as Facebook in Kiswahili, Tigo Music, Tigo Pesa (just like MPESA in Kenya) as well as first mobile money […]

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Kim Dotcom Faces Extradition to the US

29th August 2016

KIM DOTCOM FACES EXTRADITION TO THE USA  United States is calling for the extradition of Dotcom as well as the other Megaupload co-founders with the plans of taking them to court in the US for racketeering, money-laundering and copyright infringement. These charges stemmed out of the operations of a website owned by the company. The […]

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Latin America: Home of Innovative Reforms for Our Cities

20th August 2016

The new kid on the block in the transport sector is here. The City Shuttle Mass Transit buses. Will this be the answer we have been looking for? We are yet to find out. These buses have a capacity of 105 passengers per trip. This is nearly double the size of the current buses. Out […]

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Is Your Company Ripe for Expansion through Acquisitions

7th August 2016

The acquisitions and mergers business is very common in the software industry and it is on high demand. In the first half of 2016, over 170 software deals valued at USD$27 billion. We recently witnessed the acquisition of Yahoo by Verizon for $4.8 billion. Microsoft bought LinkedIn for a whopping $26 billion. We are yet […]

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Gad Zeevi

The multi-millionaire Gad Zeevi: The Great Israel Entrepreneur

19th October 2014

This article is about a great entrepreneur known as the multi-millionaire Gad Zevi. He was born in 1939. He is an Israel Industrialist, owner as well as chairman of Zeevi Group. This is a multi-billion dollar business corporation. The Zeevi Group owns numerous subsidiaries which produces refines and then sells a wide range of petroleum […]

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Leadership Lessons Entrepreneurs can Learn from the Navy Seal

10th August 2013

I can comfortably say that the Navy Seal training has a lot of lessons for business owners. The teams start with the right attitude and commitment. There is no failure option. Their training includes eliminating the words “I can’t” from their vocabulary. In the case of entrepreneurs motivation comes from within. Never let anyone tell you that […]

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