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Jacqueline Mugo: How Covid-19 pandemic will transform work places in Kenya.

By Jacqueline Mugo Coronavirus has been one of the most significant and traumatic experiences in recent times. Already, it has

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Kenya announces record 66 new Covid-19 cases as employers umbrella body FKE says Kenya is not ready for Covid-19 reopening.

By Dickson Ogutu (dickson@theexecutivetalk.co.ke) Kenya has announced a country record 66 newly confirmed Covid-19 positive cases in 24 hours on

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Nairobi Under-20 Africa Rugby Tournament postponed over Corona Virus fears

By Correspondent hr@theexecutivetalk.co.ke The 2020 edition of the Barthés under 20 Africa Rugby Tournament that was scheduled to take place

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Absa Bank announces Ksh75 million sponsorship for March 2020 Magical Kenya Open

By Dickson Ogutu dickson@theexecutivetalk.co.ke The annual Magical Kenya Open 2020 is set for a colourful return in the 2020 edition

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Rice importers charged with Ksh1.5 billion Tax Evasion

Two businessmen of Pakistani Nationality were today charged before Mombasa Chief Magistrate Ms Edna Nyaloti for evading tax worth Ksh1.5

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Kenya names Sevens Squad for Los Angeles HSBC Sevens World Series.

correspondent hr@theexecutivetalk.co.ke Oscar Ouma and Samuel Oliech are the most significant new inclusions after Kenya named the National Sevens squad

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Mineral water and soft drinks traders in trouble as KRA moves to implement Excise Stamp Duty.

By Dickson Ogutu dickson@theexecutivetalk.co.ke Bottled mineral water and soft drink traders in Kenya are staring at potential heavy losses as

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New KRA real-time scanning reveals details of how rogue importers evade paying millions in taxes.

By Dickson Ogutu dickson@theexecutivetalk.co.ke Illegal human trafficking, illegal smuggling and declaration of ethanol and vehicle imports as bags of potatoes,

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5 years in jail or Ksh100,000 fine for matatu drivers & conductors playing videos inside PSVs as KFCB begins crackdown

By Dickson Ogutu Drivers and touts of matatu public service vehicles (PSVs) in Kenya now risk five years in jail

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Guinness, Kenya Cane, Senator Keg most consumed EABL alcohol brands in Kenya.

By Dickson Ogutu dickson@theexecutivetalk.co.ke Guinness and Kenya Cane were the most consumed alcoholic brands in Kenya in the last six