Sources claim that the star respondents have gone 13 months without pay, with managers taking them in circles. The management of the Radio Africa Group has been pushing blame on the star management for not paying the respondents.

The star newspaper photo in Kenya

Despite securing several government advertising jobs, the star newspaper managers have been reluctant, saying some advertisers have yet to pay them a year later.

The Star newspaper, allegedly awarded a significant government advertising contract, has failed to compensate its correspondents for over a year (13 months, to be precise).

Despite the prolonged period without payment, management has failed to provide any explanation or indication of when correspondents can expect remuneration.

This lack of communication is particularly concerning as correspondents are facing financial strain with responsibilities such as bills and feeding their families.

Since 2023, the back and forth between the Radio Africa Group and Star Management has left the respondents hopeless.

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