Legislative Help for Suppliers against Wayward Retailers

The following announcement came over the supermarket’s Public Address system: “If someone here has a convertible car with the top down, it just started raining. Towels are however located in ...

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Kenya’s Visa Open Door Policy is a Gamechanger

Earlier this year, I went to Londonfor a work assignment and only encountered a living, breathing English native a full 24 hours after landing. The immigration officer at Heathrowairport was ...

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Geographical Indications Drive Economic Value

I recently attended a whisky-tasting event and came to discover that I now have a proclivity towards single malt vintages that are light and floral with notes of grassy organics. ...

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Black Economic Empowerment in the Kenyan Context

“Each of us is as intimately attached to thesoil of this beautiful country as are the famous jacaranda trees of Pretoria and the mimosa trees of the bushveld – a ...

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A Bulgarian’s Unlikely Success Story in South Africa

I recently went to South Africa on a work assignment and was met at Johannesburg’s Oliver Tambo Airport by a gentleman called George for the transfer to my hotel.George is ...

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Sights and Sounds of Zanzibar

About three years ago, we chose to spend part of the December holidays as tourists in Zanzibar. It was still at the time when the travel advisories against Kenya were ...

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Elvis has left the IEBC building

Following the dramatic resignation of Commissioner Roselyn Akombe mid last week, the immediate thought that came to mind to summarize the sensational exit was:“Ladies and gentlemen, Elvis has left the ...

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Strategy is not business as usual

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IFRS 9 knocks the wind out of banks

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Kenya Airways Rises From The Ashes

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