Efforts by Kenyan government to fight bribery and corruption seem to have been of little avail since the crime has overtaken procurement-related fraud as the most common economic crime. Now the country has resorted to punish individuals who fail to report cases of bribery with a fine of Ksh5 million or a 10-year jail terms under a proposed law. Charles Kanjama, Advocate at the High Court of Kenya joins CNBC Africa for more.
By: Mathieu Mandeng In the current complex and challenging circumstances that are testing the...
The City of eThekwini pulled out all stops to give fans of the annual Vodacom Durban July (VDJ). The Virtual Vodacom Durban...
UAE financial centers act as a gateway to benefit African businesses GCC, July 13th, 2020: Tata International Limited (TIL)...
COVID-19 has in a way increased the uptake of open banking solutions and with many consumers starting to use mediums such as services provided by fintechs, could this affect your banking choices, CNBC Africa spoke to the CEO and Founder of SAVE, Shema Steve for more.
Almost record monthly figures in regards to the Kenyan government borrowing marked the first month of the new fiscal year collecting over $2 billion through bills and Treasury bonds, but what does this mean if anything for the fiscal direction of Kenya, Callstreet Research Director, George Bodo spoke to CNBC Africa for more.
Investors now have new investment opportunities at the Rwanda Stock Exchange with new companies coming on board; Rwanda's leading cement manufacturer CIMERWA PLC yesterday became the first local company to list on the bourse by way of introduction.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa’s rand firmed slightly early on Tuesday, pausing after a five-session long steep slide as demand for U.S....
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