Jambojet Introduces New Flights to Goma, Lamu

“There is a growing demand for air transport across the continent, with the International Air Transport Association projecting that Africa will become one of the fastest growing aviation regions within the next 20 years, with an average annual expansion rate of almost 5%. We, as Jambojet, are keen to be part of this growth,” he added.

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Prof Freida Brown Returns to USIU as Vice-Chancellor in Interim Capacity

“The global search for a new Vice Chancellor is expected to be an extremely intense process and is anticipated to last approximately 6 to 9 months. We will do our best to have new leadership on board as early as possible in 2022,” Mr Senanu said. 

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With Ratings Trending High, TV47 Joins The Top League Of TV

When TV47 hit the airwaves on 15th June 2019, many did not give it high chances of surviving in a broadcast industry teeming with digital TV stations and celebrity presenters. In fact, it came at a time a number of mainstream TV station were struggling to attract audience and advertising, leaving the market dominated by […]

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Young Kenyans Running Fintech In Singapore Raise Sh220 Million

Mr Eddie Ndichu, the co-founder of Wapi Pay, said the funds will help Wapi Pay diversify its product range and drive growth to evolve remittances into real-time global cross-border payments, starting with Africa and Asia, while minimizing the cost of transactions. “It needs to be as easy as sending M-PESA,” Mr Ndichu said.

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The Case for a G21

Jeffrey D. Sachs, NEW YORK – The Group of Twenty has become a pillar of multilateralism. Although the world has many high-level talk shops, the G20 represents the best kind, actively supporting global dialogue, debate, and – most importantly – economic problem-solving. Fortunately, its biggest limitation – that it leaves out 96% of Africa’s population […]

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July Slow on Account of Lockdown-Uganda

The recently concluded nationwide 42-day lockdown intended to lessen the spread of a second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic across Uganda has added to the continued economic slowdown. The headline Stanbic Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) slipped to 34.6 in July, down from 34.9 recorded during June. This is the second successive decline in business conditions […]

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