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How to live comfortably in retirement through income drawdowns Only around a quarter of working Kenyans save for retirement, with approximately 12 million having no savings plan to fall back on when they retire from working. bit.ly/3PD226X
OMBANE: Presidential debate should bolster peace Political polarisation fuelled, especially in social media networks risks plunging the country into conflict and violence. bit.ly/3cFzj2C
As the number of millionaires and billionaires grows by the day, wealthy Kenyans are hiring managers and paying millions of shillings to minimise risk of loss and for legacy. bit.ly/3PTW94R
ODONGO: Kenya needs tax incentives on EVs to fast-track clean mobility shift bit.ly/3Oyp39F
Here are the top stories on @BD_Africa today.
US senator questions aid to Rwanda over human rights, role in Congo bit.ly/3zb7CpW
WATIMA: Let the candidates explain their public debt plans during debate bit.ly/3PQJ0u1
Kenya slashes imports of sugar by half in June 2022 bit.ly/3cDyFmg
Pension payout to retired public servants rises to record Sh145bn bit.ly/3z7wdvY
Blue-chips cut cash pile by Sh60bn on dividend pay bit.ly/3ODpWh8
Era of expensive phones is here as new taxes kick in bit.ly/3PznY2Q
Inside Nairobi's 100pc carbon-neutral homestay lodges bit.ly/3vfV2oc
Kenya ranked top in manufacturing vaccine bit.ly/3PB32Zc
Blue-chips cut cash pile by Sh60bn on dividend pay bit.ly/3J5rS0J
Airtel Kenya says it has paid $40 million (Sh4.7 billion) to the Communications Authority of Kenya (CA) for a licence on additional fourth-generation (4G) Internet services in the country. bit.ly/3RZTeJO
Centum raises dividend to Sh391 million amid losses bit.ly/3cItwcH
Inflation, shilling tests as CBK holds MPC meeting Wednesday bit.ly/3BjVRAs
Sales of new vehicles slow down ahead of August general elections bit.ly/3RUiDVc
Covid reproduction boom drives baby market industry above Sh6bn bit.ly/3Pz7E27
Court blocks Nairobi tycoon police probe in Trattoria eviction dispute bit.ly/3PTaY7J
Public sector now paying better than private firms, says SRC bit.ly/3Bifitb
Stanbic Bank risks Sh9.6bn pay for failed Juba plane deal bit.ly/3J7jA8L
Qatar fund buys Crowne Plaza Hotel for Sh4.6bn bit.ly/3cuFqGT
Kenya's cooking gas fears as Oman flags Tanzania cargo bit.ly/3PQVYHy
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TOP IN BUSINESS: Qatar fund buys Crowne Plaza Hotel for Sh4.6bn. Grab your copy of Tuesday's Business Daily for this and more. epaper.nation.africa
How perks drove MPs’ foreign trip choices bit.ly/3J7eEko
Keroche wants KRA chief jailed over reopening order bit.ly/3J1ZMDH
Got heavy, painful periods? It could be adenomyosis Adenomyosis affects cells on the lining of the womb, growing within the muscles of the uterus. bit.ly/3Be9ile
Minimum tax to go as Sh8bn levies kick in bit.ly/3zvBZc0
Private varsities raise fees for State-sponsored students bit.ly/3Pzfd8S
CMA blocks Unilever share transfer in Limuru Tea bit.ly/3zuSmpi
Lyn Mengich: Tough SRC chair reining in state officers' greed for fat pay bit.ly/3PAzbjp
After nearly a decade of a fickle entrepreneurship journey, Bramuel Mwalo, 34, the founder of Xetova, has come to the finality that kindness is the ultimate driver for a successful enterprise. bit.ly/3vfXRpj
Water births for fewer medical procedures and complications She may also choose to undergo the labour pains while in water and then have the actual birth in ‘dry land’ bit.ly/3cFvFWA
Coding in high schools takes shape Already, the government is piloting a new coding syllabus in 100 primary and 50 secondary schools, all public, in the race to be at par with their peers in international private schools. bit.ly/3vdruYC
Why Kenyans are turning to private facilities for maternity services bit.ly/3zyqlNP
Court blocks Nairobi tycoon police probe in Trattoria eviction dispute bit.ly/3PAJMuN
Kenyan firms troop to DRC in hunt for bigger markets bit.ly/3BftR0A
Metaverse: Technology of the future that has Kenyans confused bit.ly/3Oy7dn6
‘How to have an Affair: A Cheaters’ Guide’ is a scandalously funny two-hander, co-starring Nice Githinji and Charles Oudo, directed by Nyokabi Macharia. bit.ly/3BwB2Sv
Tech talent battle heats up as Safaricom hires 400 developers bit.ly/3ow3Pid
Tanzanian fintech firm eyes a piece of Kenya's Sh420 billion remittance bit.ly/3J5oTp7
ODOTE: Unga, food security should top policy agenda beyond the August 9 elections bit.ly/3oLgspT
Fahari’s real estate units get tax waiver bit.ly/3baD2ES
Tea prices continue to fall as Pakistan curbs imports bit.ly/3PQDV4q
Nock resumes sale of cheap gas to poor families in August bit.ly/3vcKHJY
Millers to sell premium maize flour alongside subsidised brands bit.ly/3baCbnE
KMRC to fund Sh7.7bn affordable mortgages bit.ly/3PWWyUp
NSE firms with highest dividend payouts bit.ly/3z8fetk
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