Saturday, February 25, 2017
BY JANE WACHIRA The consumer is the king in the free market economy and vendors are supposed to be guided by his or her very thought process. So important is he that Article 46 of the Kenyan Constitution is on...
BY JANE WACHIRA The world is experiencing phenomenal political and economic restructuring; the year 2016 will go down in history as one when humanity changed the order of doing business in the sense of how people carried out their political...
BY SHADRACK MUYESU Collapsing financial institutions have brought into critical focus the mandate of external auditors. Indeed not less has been the blame laid at their doorstep that the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK) has come out...
BY IAN ONDARI It is undeniable that the whims of the insurance sector are market-driven. Claims settlement has always been a conduit for massive revenue hemorrhage. The most recent revelation by Insurance Regulatory Authority (IRA) that the sector had lost...
BY KENYATTA OTIENO For the first time since I started interacting with Chase Bank, I met a dissatisfied customer. The bank refused to issue cheque books after re-opening under receivership, then destroyed them without stating the timelines when they called...
BY SHADRACK MUYESU While the average Kenyan can only dream of an appearance on TV, news editors are scrambling to have Babu Owino on their platforms…and for prime news nonetheless! Whilst some may wonder why, it is not difficult to...
BY JANE WACHIRA Time has been defined as the measured or measurable period during which an action, process, or condition exists or continues. It is what is measured as seconds, minutes, hours, days and years. Time is God-given and free...
BY IAN ONDARI Disruption. Digital intermediaries. Technological innovation is now en vogue, start-ups have declared open season in the service delivery industry. Similarly at the precipice of this disruption is the financial services sector. It’s now a norm to wake...
BY KENYATTA OTIENO There is a trend where in April, August and part of November when schools are closed traffic jams ease considerably in Nairobi. The irony is out of familiarity; we take it as normal. During school holidays Nairobi...
BY FRANCIS MONYANGO It is true that two things are certain, taxes and death. It is also true that we are in the information technology age where technology is becoming a major part of our lives day after day. The...