KQ in pilots crisis as 55 flee to rivals in one yearThursday, September 7, 2017 10:37By CHARLES MWANIKIKenya Airways chief executive officer Sebastian Mikosz, chairman Michael Joseph and board advisor Mbuvi Ngunze during the airline’s EGM at KQ Pride Centre in Nairobi on August 7. PHOTO | SALATON NJAU | NMG Kenya Airways (KQ) #ticker:KQ lost a record 55 pilots last year, raising to nearly 100 the number of pilots who have exited the struggling national carrier in two years.
A new fertiliser blending factory will be commissioned in Mombasa mid next month in a move expected to help tame the high prices of farm inputs and address perpetual food shortages. Located in Bonje, the plant has a daily output capacity of 150,000 tonnes and will blend products in different colours to keep off rogue distributors. It says it will employ 1,800 people who have already undergone training on how to run it.
The Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) has received cargo scanners worth Sh900 million donated by the Chinese government, which will facilitate the clamp down on contraband smuggling and enhance efficiency. Speaking during the launch at the port of Mombasa on Friday, Commissioner General John Njiraini said KRA spent a further Sh100 million in civil works including installation of the gadgets. "KRA scans 500 containers per day.
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Selecting a term
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