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A long period of isolation during COVID-19 may well be a necessary measure for public health, but it has been acknowledged that it could also have a detrimental impact on people’s mental health. Here are some tips which you could practise if your mental health is getting affected during self-isolation.
This ‘Working from Home’ document has been developed to guide you on working from home. It must be read in conjunction with all requirements for health, safety & security as communicated elsewhere by your company as well as the government public health guide, which must be strictly adhered to at all times.
This blog post contains a slideshow with info regarding Nairobi Securities Exchange & Britam Mutual Funds performance along with an NSE Price Performance comparison (Jan 2019 vs Jan 2020) followed by a brief profile on who we are and what we do.
With China becoming the world’s primary manufacturer, it makes perfect sense that Africa’s leadership would turn East instead of looking West for the same old economic results. This ‘race’ is a monumental shift that warrants further analysis.
Editor’s note: China is clearly the world’s number one manufacturing nation. No doubts about that. Russia on the other hand is, arguably, the world’s most resource-rich nation…
The bank’s new forecast is that the world economy will expand by 3.1% this year before slowing slightly. It will be the first time since the financial crisis that growth is operating at its full potential.