Fears of food shortages in many nations have largely receded, and 90 per cent of global fish stocks are either fully exploited or overfished.
Currently, anti-fraud measures seem largely an affair between state and corporates (including business associations), and consumers.
Given the detrimental effects of IMF programme interruptions for developing countries, it is puzzling that the reform of IMF conditionality is lagging.
Kenya has taken renewed steps to bolster the role of ICDC in driving the national economy.
As a serial entrepreneur, Isis Nyong’o has leveraged her deep operating experience to start two companies that leverage technology to address pressing problems for African women.
Over the course of his career, Geoffrey Odundo has contributed immensely towards the growth of the Capital Markets in Kenya through current and former roles.
A turnaround Manager, Mary Kinyua has steered organizations to great heights through change management and business processes re-engineering that continue to astound many.