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    10 highest paid CEOs in Kenya and their salaries in 2021 ▷ Kenya News

    Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) are among the most influential people in the corporate world. Usually, they make critical decisions that can either contribute to the success or failure of an organization. Their position is the highest in a company; hence they can only report to the Board of Directors. Kenyan CEOs are paid millions in salary, making them among the highest paid individuals in the country. Can you guess who are the highest paid CEOs in Kenya as of 2021? Gideon Muriuki of CBK (L) and Joshua Oigara of KCB (R). Photo: @Odawa, @BD_Africa (modified by author)Source: Twitter Kenyan CEOs […] More

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    Emirates Airlines continues its space race by sending a robot to the moon in 2022

    This content was published on April 14, 2021-12: 06Apr 14, 2021-12: 06 Dubai, April 14th (EFE). A space robot built entirely by the United Arab Emirates will be sent to the moon in 2022 by the Japanese space technology company iSpace, in another step in the space race in the Arab country, which in February, was able to place the Probe of Hope in the orbit of Mars. The Japanese company reported on Wednesday that the Dubai-based Mohammed bin Rashid Space Center (MBRSC) will build the robot that will reach the surface of the moon during the first phase of […] More

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    MoneyGram Advances Payments As A Service Offering With Sigue Partnership

    As consumers in Asia are including more dairy alternatives in their diet, Nestlé is launching plant-based versions of some of its most-loved brands in the region. That now includes a new plant-based version of Milo, the world’s leading chocolate malt beverage that is enjoyed in many Asian countries. It will be launched in Asia, starting first in Malaysia, a country with generations of Milo fans going back 70 years to its launch there in 1950. Nestlé Malaysia will also be introducing a range of plant-based Nescafé lattes. Both will appear on shelves this April. Chocolate malt plant-based deliciousness People are deeply passionate about their Milo, so […] More

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    Plan your long-awaited getaway to the Maldives with Emirates

    Emirates is offering travellers from the UAE the chance to book their long-awaited Eid or summer getaway to the Maldives, with fares starting from AED3,495 ($951.3) in Economy Class, and AED8,555 ($2,328.7) in Business Class.    The offer is valid for bookings made until April 25 for travel until July 31.   Travellers can also plan their ideal Maldivian getaway with Emirates Holidays, starting from AED4,389 ($1,194.7) per person for a three night stay package at a four star hotel.   Emirates currently offers 28 convenient weekly flights to the Maldives.   The Maldives has become an incredibly popular destination […] More

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    Google, MTN, StarTimes emerge top 20 brands making waves in Africa

    BrandImpact Consulting, in their latest survey, says tech giants Google, MTN, Facebook and pay-TV, StarTimes are among the top brands making waves in Africa following their analysis for the year 2020. The research ranked the top 100 brands making waves on the continent featuring multinational companies like Coca-Cola, LG, HP, Jumia, Airtel, Dangote and a host of others. ‘Brands Making Waves in Africa’ survey sought to uncover brands that are enjoying a great deal of market penetration, awareness and acceptance in the African market. The research assessed brand familiarity, presence, perception and level of willingness of customers and other stakeholders […] More

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    Prof Mbote defends self after starting rival Law School

    However, she said, when a decision made by the court is against what one person has decided then the court under her leadership will encourage civility to ensure that none of its members feel lesser. On the issue of the disobedience of court orders, Prof Mbote said that it is an issue of great concern. Even though she will not keep a black book of those disobeying court orders, Mbote said she will engage in talks with different arms of government over the issue with an aim of promoting rule of law. “I will talk to different arms of government […] More

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    Emirates Unable To Factor In 777X For Route Planning

    Emirates already has an impressive route network spanning almost every continent, touching on major cities all over the world. But it’s not done yet. Speaking exclusively to Simple Flying, Sir Tim Clark, President of Emirates, noted that the incoming 777-9s were expected to allow more capacity and growth in the network. But with uncertainty over exactly when these aircraft will begin arriving, the airline’s future route plans are stalled. Without visibility on the 777X delivery schedule, Emirates cannot plan its future routes. Photo: Boeing Capacity growth hampered by 777X issues Big airlines like Emirates plot expansion carefully, often many years […] More

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    JetBlue to Codeshare on 16 Qatar Airways Routes

    JetBlue will codeshare with Qatar Airways on nine routes to the United States as well as seven routes from Doha to Africa and Asia as part of an expanded codeshare agreement between the two carriers, JetBlue announced. For travel beginning April 19, JetBlue’s code will be on Qatar’s flights from Doha to Boston, Chicago O’Hare, Dallas/Fort Worth, Atlanta, Houston’s Bush Intercontinental, Miami, New York’s John F. Kennedy International, Philadelphia and Washington Dulles. JetBlue also will place its code on Qatar’s flights from Doha to Amman, Jordan; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; Malé, Maldives; Muscat, Oman; the Seychelles; Singapore; and Entebbe, Uganda. JetBlue […] More

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    As COVID cases rise globally, countries ban international flights » News Live TV » World

    New Delhi: The Government of India’s plan to restart the schedule of international flights this summer is unlikely as various countries have started banning international flights in the wake of rising COVID cases. The latest among these is Bangladesh that has announced a ban on all its international flights, to and from Bangladesh, from April 14 to April 20. “Following the government guidance and instruction, with effect from 0001 BST on 14 April 2021 until 2359BST on 20 April 2021, all international passenger flights to/from Bangladesh shall remain suspended,” read the circular of the Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB). […] More

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    American Air (AAL) Sees Loss of as Much as $2.8 Billion

    American Airlines Group Inc. delayed deliveries of more than three dozen Boeing Co. aircraft and projected a deeper loss than analysts expected as the coronavirus pandemic continues to quash corporate and international travel. Eighteen 737 Max jets that were to be delivered this year and next will be postponed to 2023 and 2024, the carrier said in a regulatory filing Tuesday. American will also take fourteen 787-8 planes at the end of the next year’s first quarter, instead of this year. Another five of that wide-body aircraft will be converted to the 787-9 version, with shipments delayed until 2023. The […] More

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