Sunday, September 26, 2021
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Miraa traders want Somalia, Kenya tiff ironed out

Miraa traders want the government to restore diplomatic ties with Somalia to secure the Sh16 million a day market. They also want authorities to avoid actions that will further jeopardise the already strained relationship between the two countries. Nyambene Miraa … Continued

Government explores new markets for Miraa

The government is exploring new options for Miraa after running into problems with Somalia, a key market in the region. Speaking during the launch of Meru County Micro and Small Enterprises Post Covid-19 Recovery Strategy, Industrialisation, Trade and Enterprise Development … Continued

Controversy rears ugly head in Somali oil deals

Somalia’s sale of offshore oil blocks has hit a rock following the dismissal of the chief executive of the petroleum authority amid claims of political interference only six months into his tenure. Petroleum and Mineral Resources Minister Abdirashid Mohamed Ahmed, … Continued

Somalia govt rescinds decision to disband Chamber of Commerce

By ABDULKADIR KHALIF, The East African Somalia’s Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble on Wednesday rescinded a decision to dissolve the Somali Chamber of Commerce and Industry following complaints from traders. At a press briefing in Mogadishu, Mr Roble said the … Continued

Top 5 Best Airlines In Africa

Although, Africa’s aviation industry is screened with issues of poor quality standards, inconsistency, ageing fleet of aircrafts et al. Amidst all that, some African airlines have been able to deliver quality service to passengers. Here is a list of the … Continued

Africa losing $25.7b to fraudsters using tax havens

Governments in Africa lose about $25 billion annually to corporate abuse by multinationals who transfer profits to offshore tax havens and to individuals engaging in tax evasion through undeclared assets. Of these losses, $23.2 billion is to tax abuse by … Continued