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By Africa Uncensored — 9 months ago
Despite having agreed with human rights bodies, the National Land Commission and area residents to resettle the latter, the Kenya Urban Roads Authority (KURA) went ahead with its planned demolition of structures occupying land meant for a road in Kibra without offering the residents alternative shelter or compensation leaving tens of thousands of residents, including children, with no homes or schools. Read MorePost Views: 563
By Africa Uncensored — 8 months ago
The coming into effect of the 16% Value Added Tax (VAT) on petroleum products in early September has ignited a nationwide debate on Kenya’s increasing debt which is both internal as well as external. Read MorePost Views: 1,412
By Africa Uncensored — 7 months ago
Institute of Economic Affairs CEO Kwame Owino has previously told us that Kenya overloaded on debt by borrowing heavily from outsiders – through several sovereign bonds as well as through loans from foreign governments. What’s the situation like in Africa? He explains in this last segment of John-Allan Namu’s detailed conversation with him. Read MorePost Views: 671