Kenya National Police DT Sacco CEO David Sahelo Mategwa

Mategwa Appointed To CDF-Canada Board of Directors

David Sohelo Mategwa, the national chairman of Kenya National Police DT Sacco, has been appointed as a board director at the Cooperative Development Foundation of Canada Kenya office. Mategwa, who is also the vice chairperson of the African Co-operative Development Foundation (ACDF), will serve on the board for a period of three years. ACDF is…

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Safaricom Sacco CEO named winner of Champions of Governance Awards

Joseph Njoroge, the CEO of Safaricom Sacco, has been named the winner of this year’s Champions of Governance (CoG) Award by the Institute of Certified Secretaries (ICS) in a ceremony held at Mercure Hotel in Upperhill, Nairobi. The CoG Awards aim to recognize and promote research work related to good governance practices. Njoroge, who joined…

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Gen Z strategies

Saccos urged to consider Gen Z’s preferences in their strategies

Saccos have been advised to adapt their strategies to cater to the preferences of Generation Z (Gen-Z) – referring to individuals born between 1996 and 2010 – by implementing advanced and interactive technology. Speaking during a Customer Breakfast Forum themed ‘Saccos and Gen-Z’ hosted by NCBA Bank, Cabinet Secretary (CS) for Co-operatives and MSMEs Development,…

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Senate moves to stop deduction, remittance of teachers’ earnings to Metropolitan Sacco

The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has been urged by the Senate Committee on Trade and Tourism to stop deducting money from teachers who have withdrawn from Metropolitan Sacco, which has gone under. The committee chairman Okiya Omutatah has also requested that all remissions to the Sacco be halted, stating that teachers have withdrawn from the…

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Cooperative University’s inaugural postgraduate symposium to be held tomorrow

The Cooperative University of Kenya (CUK) has announced a virtual postgraduate symposium organized by the School of Computing and Mathematics that will be held on Friday, November 10. The inaugural postgraduate symposium targets all postgraduate students at the university, those from other universities and any other interested participants. The varsity Director of Academic Quality Assurance…

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Parliament committee grills KRA officials over release of condemned sugar

The National Assembly Committee on Trade, Industry and Cooperatives has summoned two Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) officials to shed more light on the surroundings that led to the release of 20,000 tonnes of condemned sugar to the market. Led by Chairperson James Gakuya (Embakasi North MP), the members questioned suspended Mombasa KRA Customs Warehouse Manager…

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