Ukur Yatani

State targets tax policy reforms to boost growth

Reading Time: 3 minutes The National Treasury will this month kick-start a process to seek to change revenue collection strategies through policies that are […]

Media to feel pinch of 15pc tax on adverts

Reading Time: 2 minutes After grappling with Covid-triggered shrinking revenues for almost two years, the media industry is set to suffer yet another jolt […]

Govt proposes change of name for KRA

Reading Time: 2 minutes The government has proposed a change of name for the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) to the Kenya Revenue Service (KRS). […]

Budget 2022/23: Money allocated for every key sector

Reading Time: 2 minutes The government has allocated Ksh513 billion to the Ministry of Education, making it the biggest allocation in the 2022/2023 budgetary […]

Yatani reads Uhuru’s last budget

Reading Time: 2 minutes Treasury CS Ukur Yatani on Thursday, April 7, 2022, read the nation’s budget, which is the last for President Uhuru […]

2022/23 budget: Everything broken down in simple terms for you

Reading Time: 2 minutes The National Treasury and Planning Cabinet Secretary Ukur Yatani is set to read the 2022/2023 budget today, April 7, 2022. […]

Skepticism and hope in Uhuru last Budget

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hard hit by a steady rise in the cost of living, Kenyans are crossing their fingers that today’s Budget speech […]

Explain how Sh2b drought mitigation funds were used, Duale tells Yatani

Reading Time: < 1 minute Garissa Township MP Aden Duale wants Treasury Cabinet Secretary Ukur Yatani to explain how the Sh2 billion that was allocated […]

Senators to summon ministers to shed light on drought billions

Reading Time: 2 minutes Senators will summon four Cabinet Secretaries to shed light on the use of billions of shillings meant to mitigate effects […]

Investors give thumbs up to Kenya economy

Reading Time: 2 minutes Lewis Njoka @LewisNjoka Investors continue to show confidence in Kenya despite questions on the country’s debt sustainability and deteriorating credit […]