Economic Imperatives in the Context of Political Transition


Economic Imperatives in the Context of Political Transition    |   File Size: 145.99 kB Downloads: 1323   |   Post Date: 01 January 2001

As the year 2000 closed, there was universal admission that it had been by far the worst in Kenya's history since  independence. This judgement was qualified by the fact that not only was the country experiencing the worst drought recorded in forty years, great uncertainty over the restoration of donor support, a fourth consecutive year of economic decline, an unprecedented energy crisis, but also unresolved and worsening constitutional impasse.


Reassessing Kenya’s Land Reform


Reassessing Kenya’s Land Reform    |   File Size: 156.24 kB Downloads: 3636   |   Post Date: 02 November 2000

Land reform issues have gained prominence together with much controversy. Events in places such as Zimbabwe led Kenyans to re-examine more closely land reform and the institutions involved in the matter in Kenya.


Power Crisis : Beyond Blame & Blunder


Power Crisis : Beyond Blame & Blunder    |   File Size: 149.83 kB Downloads: 1477   |   Post Date: 04 September 2000

While the meteorological department had published forecasts that Kenya would experience drought in the years 1999 and 2000, it was never anticipated that the effects would include a severe and almost crippling electric power shortage.


Corruption in Kenya : A Call to Action


Corruption in Kenya : A Call to Action    |   File Size: 194.18 kB Downloads: 4237   |   Post Date: 01 August 2000

The pervasive and distortionary nature of corruption in Kenya is an acknowledged fact. Whereas privately transacted, corrupt practices engender costs that are borne by the whole society. At a time when the moral infrastructure of society has collapsed and the demand for rapid accumulation on the rise, the art and science of corruption has acquired a sophistication that requires ingenious combat strategies.


Budget 2000/2001 - Where Will Our Money Go?


Budget 2000/2001 - Where Will Our Money Go?    |   File Size: 86.29 kB Downloads: 1247   |   Post Date: 11 July 2000

This financial year, the government will spend most of our money on salaries and debt service!. According to the Estimates, the government will spend a total of Ksh. 266.2 billion over the financial year 2000/2001. Most of this expenditure—250.906 billion (94%) will be on recurrent expenditure and 6% (15.306 billion) is intended as development expenditure. Of the total expenditure, 41% (109.9 billion) goes toward debt

service while 53% (140.970 billion) goes to salaries, operations and maintenance (both debt and salaries &operations and maintenance make up recurrent expenditure)!

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