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Desmonmd Tutu has lived to defend anything humanity

By Josiah Odanga Desmond Tutu is a human rights activist and retired bishop, born and brought up in South Africa at a time the oppressive apartheid rule was stinging humanity in his motherland to the greatest degree. He fought apartheid to its deathbed and has, to date, remained so vocal and unshaken; only to champion […]

 


 

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Consumer Index remains highest in five years as Finance Bill debate flops

BY Walter Odhiambo The country’s Consumer Price Index (CPI) has increased by 1.79 per cent from 182.98 in March to 186.24 in April 2017, according to Kenya National Bureau of Statistic’s latest data, while overall inflation rate stood at 11.48 per cent in April 2017. All the basic commodities, including food and non-alcoholic drinks had […]
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    To counter that, CUs are increasingly running high profile rate

    To counter that, CUs are increasingly running high profile rate specials, some of which are being picked up by the media. They’re also doing a lot of joint marketing. Last year, for example, a group of Ontario credit unions got together to promote co operative banking. But the guy who owns this airplane, he comes […]
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    Road Scholar, a Boston based company, is offering the trips

    Road Scholar, a Boston based company, is offering the trips from Jamaica and Miami, with stops in Havana and other parts of Cuba. Treasury Department. Government. Work at a hotel? Who staying there? Oil money. Work at a radio station. Who advertising on it? Truck driving, beer drinking, concert going oil money. QUESTION: My wife […]
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    Another thing I would do differently is have my daughter

    Another thing I would do differently is have my daughter visit as many schools as she could between 10th 11th grade. I waited until the Summer after her junior year to visit, and feel that it was too late for some of the top lacrosse schools. I also edited her DVD myself, set up a […]
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    Lavish pay packages are decidedly non zeitgeist. Long term incentive

    Lavish pay packages are decidedly non zeitgeist. Long term incentive plans have been criticised by Norway sovereign wealth fund, while a UK parliamentary committee recently recommended banning them outright. Executive short term bonus cuts of 40 percent at Credit Suisse still weren enough for the 38.4 percent of shareholders who voted at last week general […]