The World Economic Forum on Africa held from the 3rd- 5th of June 2015, has revealed that Kenya has raised 6 points (86th) from last year in Networked Readiness Index indicated in their Global Information Technology Report.
Kenya leads the region’s private equity industry with the country accounting for more than 63 per cent of private equity deals, according to the Private Equity Survey for East Africa by consulting firms KPMG and the East Africa Venture Capital Association (EAVCA)
Update (June 7): British High Commissioner to Kenya Dr. Christian Turner, has written a wonderful article reflecting on his personal highlights of his time in Kenya and why Kenya will always be a part of his life.
Electricity is a basic need to all Kenyan citizens but the high costs have financially crippled the majority or have left many without it. President Uhuru Kenyatta and his jubilee government has made a powerful move in the initiative to reduce the connectivity fees from Ksh 30,000 to Ksh 15,000 to insure that 70% of […]
On Saturday, 6th June 2015, H. E. Mr. Lazarus Amayo, the High Commissioner of Kenya to the United Kingdom joined the Kenyan Community in Liverpool to mark this year’s Madaraka Day celebrations. The event was organized by the Kenyan community in Merseyside
The Cabinet Secretary of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology Hon.Professor Jacob Kaimenyi came to London from the 1st – 3rd of June on a 2 day official visit to attend and act as a panelist in a session at the Going Global Conference as well as attend three separate bilateral meetings one with Hon.Joseph […]