Minister for Industry, Trade and Investments, Charles Mwijage

Minister calls for sourcing of raw materials locally

In2EastAfrica ReporterJanuary 11, 2016
Bank of Tanzania

Social security sub-sector registers robust growth

In2EastAfrica ReporterJanuary 10, 2016
Telkom Kenya

Telkom Kenya in court over Sh1.7b tender cancellation

In2EastAfrica ReporterJanuary 10, 2016
Ezekiel Ole Tumbes stands at the counter of a shop in Elangata, Kajiado. He can't afford to pay using money and gives a sack of charcoal in return for the goods he has asked for GARDY CHACHA/STANDARD

Experts say Kenyans are overtaxed

In2EastAfrica ReporterJanuary 10, 2016

Jambojet to resume Lamu flights on Friday, says CEO

In2EastAfrica ReporterJanuary 10, 2016
Workers tarmac a road. The bulk of World Bank cash went to finance infrastructure projects.

Kenya among top borrowers from the World Bank in 2015

In2EastAfrica ReporterJanuary 9, 2016

Online payment service provider wins security certification

In2EastAfrica ReporterJanuary 8, 2016
Communications Authority of Kenya director- general Francis Wangusi

Illegal phone connections cost Kenya’s Exchequer Sh38b in revenue

In2EastAfrica ReporterJanuary 7, 2016
Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) workers go about their duty. KRA has raised alarm over failure to meet the Railway Development Levy target.

KRA unveils new measures to plug widening revenue hole

In2EastAfrica ReporterJanuary 7, 2016
Energy Cabinet Secretary Charles Keter

Rise to the occasion, Energy CS Keter tells parastatal bosses

In2EastAfrica ReporterJanuary 7, 2016
Members of the public follow proceedings during the flagging off of 10 new buses belonging to Mumias Shuttle which will be plying the Kakamega- Mumias -Bungoma-Busia. The launching took place at Mumias in Kakamega County. PHOTO: CHRISPEN SECHERE

Kakamega County attracts Sh30m investment

In2EastAfrica ReporterJanuary 7, 2016
Mombasa’s Pride Inn hotel

Mombasa’s Pride Inn hotel taps into conference tourism

In2EastAfrica ReporterJanuary 7, 2016
Minister for Works, Transport and Communications,Professor Makame Mbarawa

Government challenges TAZARA on aggressive marketing strategy

In2EastAfrica ReporterJanuary 7, 2016
Bank M’s deputy CEO Jacqueline Woiso speaks with reporters in Dar es Salaam on the bank’s records high earnings in quarter 2015 yesterday. The bank has registered an all-time high profit of 23.37bn/-. She is flanked by the Director of Communications, Allan Msalilwa. (Photo by Robert Okanda)

Bank M registers all-time high profit

In2EastAfrica ReporterJanuary 7, 2016

Kenya’s coast tourism to grow in 2016 despite poll jitters, say analysts

In2EastAfrica ReporterJanuary 7, 2016