Publications and Surveys

PwC Kenya Transparency Report 2016


Transparency Report is published in accordance with Article 40(1) and 45 (5(e) of the Directive on Statutory Audit 2006/43/EC issued by The European Parliament and The Council of the European Union. The Report is for financial year ended 30 June 2016

Hospitality Outlook


The PwC team of hotel specialists provide an unbiased overview of the hotel industry in Kenya, South Africa, Nigeria, Mauritius and Tanzania.

Corporate Governance


The Capital Markets Act authorizes the Authority to prescribe guidelines on corporate governance of companies whose securities have been issued to the public.

Electricity beyond the grid


PwC viewpoint informed by insights from industry participants in Africa and Asia. A look at how standalone electricity and mini-grids can increase access to electricity. What are the steps that can accelerate momentum for electrification? Detailed description

Tax Alert


The President of Kenya on 13 September 2016, assented into law the Finance Act, 2016.

Public Sector & Infrastructure Insight


Leading insights for decision makers in Kenya's public sector and infrastructure sectors

Spot on magazine


Spot On magazine focuses on current issues and trends for businesses in the manufacturing, agriculture, oil & gas, retail, entertainment, tourism and hospitality sectors.

Global Economic Crime Survey


Economic crime continues to be a serious issue affecting organisations worldwide with no industry immune. The fallout from fraud is not simply the direct cost, the collateral damage can strike an organisation at its core. The effects can seriously damage the perception of a brand, leading to significant loss of market share.

Africa Capital Markets Watch


2015 Africa Capital Markets Watch analyses equity and debt capital markets transactions that took place between 2011 and 2015 on exchanges throughout Africa, as well as transactions by African companies on international exchanges.

A new Africa energy world: A more positive power sector outlook, Kenya edition


Africa faces a huge electricity demand challenge. Existing infrastructure is insufficient to meet current requirements, let alone future growth. Installed power capacity is expected to rise from 90GW in 2012 to 380GW in 2040 in sub-Saharan Africa. Barriers to investment are being addressed and power generation is diversifying with sources like solar, wind and geothermal gaining traction.