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How technology is disrupting manufacturing-led development

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Advances in technology ‘and changing trade patterns are affecting opportunities for export-led manufacturing. By JAMES RATEMO Technology ‘and globalization are changing how manufacturing contributes to
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Track job market trends to know your worth

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The inability to determine how much you are worth makes it difficult to ask for the salary or responsibility that will enable you grow within
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Your personal brand strategy in 9 steps

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Personal br ‘anding takes time, hard work, resilience, character ‘and belief in self. By WANJIRU KANG’ARA “This is a very complicated world; it’s a very
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It’s time to decentralise our energy strategy

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Despite ranking high in the provision of green energy, energy security ‘and environmental dimensions, it performs poorly in energy equity. By REHEMA KHIMULU Kenya leads
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Kenya’s energy landscape in need of disruption

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Having two massive, top-heavy State corporations controlling access to electricity in the country just invites corruption ‘and inefficiency. By PETER WANYONYI Kenya, we have been
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A model for energy sustainability

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Energy performance contracting helps companies implement sustainable energy technologies in their processes without having to go through the investment risks. By FENWICKS SHOMBE The high
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Power to all by 2020

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Access to electricity is a central building block for socio-economic development. It empowers communities to increase income ‘and productivity, gain access to healthcare ‘and education
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Oil exploration, the need for skilled labour

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There is need for government ‘and private sector players to put in place a common skills development policy ‘and where possible upgrade skills from basic
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Is coal energy viable for Kenya?

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The economic ‘and business case for mega-plants is shaky, even for the ‘planet-friendly’ wind farms such as in Turkana. By DAVID OBURA What do the