1. PREMIUM Salary deductions cross two thirds

    More salaried workers with pre-existing loan repayment obligations have seen their take-home pay shrink past the legally recommended level.

  2. PREMIUM Why the corporate wellness market booms

    Kenya is now witnessing a rise in Bosch’s culture by rolling out a cocktail of wellness programmes in reaction to demanding jobs and near-stagnant wages.

    happy employees
  3. Kenya’s power imports at 7-month low, output high

    Country cuts demand from Uganda and Ethiopia as production hits record levels

    Kenya Power technicians
  4. Highways to have battery charge ports every 25kms

    Charging stations have been granted a preferential power tariff of Sh16 per kilowatt-hour (kWh) for peak hours and Sh8 off-peak by Kenya Power.

    electric car
  5. PREMIUM Ruto flips back to Uhuru footsteps

    High VAT, fuel subsidy and port leasing stand out like sore thumbs

  6. Revealed: Mandate of KRA revenue assistant

    Tax authority outlines key roles of Revenue Service Assistants.

    KRA Times Tower
  7. State firms tap Sh14.7bn bank loans during July

    Advances to parastatals by lenders back to the levels last seen three years ago

     public debt stock
  8. Treasury CS barred from bank interest rates case

    Stanbic Bank argues that the law speaks of ‘rate of banking and other charges’, with no specific mention of interest

    Njuguna Ndungu
  9. Inside boran cattle embryo deal

    South Africa imported its first Boran cattle embryos from Ol Pejeta Conservancy in 1994 and the animal's population has grown to at least 40,000.

    Boran bull
  10. Tomato processor promises more earnings for farmers

    Governor Ann Waiguru says farmers in Kirinyaga will be the biggest beneficiaries of the agro-industrial city as it will have a tomato processor

    tomato seedling