A new 21-member cabinet has been tasked a duty to tackle the growing economic crisis in Sudan. President Omar al-Bashir approved the ministers after sacking the previous government over failure to fix the growing economic crisis in the country. Sudan has been grappling with an acute foreign exchange shortage and inflation above 65 percent for […]Read More
President Uhuru Kenyatta has proposed a reduction of VAT on petroleum products from 16 percent to 8 percent following the outcry from the public. During the Friday briefing at State House, Uhuru said the price of petrol in Nairobi will be reduced from Sh127 to Sh118 and diesel from Sh115 to Sh107. “I spent the […]Read More
Climate change has become the most critical global challenge in the recent times with implications on the human well being thus showing a potential to affect the Big Four government’s agenda. Drastic weather changes occasioned by global warming clearly presents a challenge which might affect all sectors of the economy therefore affecting sustainable development according […]Read More
President Uhuru Kenyatta President Uhuru Kenyatta on Thursday evening rejected the Finance Bill 2018 on 16 percent levy on petroleum products. The rejection of the Bill means Kenyans will continue experiencing a historical hike in fuel prices despite a public out roar for the last two weeks. The Bill was finalised two weeks ago and […]Read More
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