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    Fintech Paradise? The Benefits Luring Firms to New Nairobi International Finance Centre

    Firms looking to join the NIFC will pay Ksh1 million for certification and an annual fee of Ksh500,000, regulations published by the Treasury indicate. They are required to apply for certification from the NIFC Authority. Certification is open to both domestic and international firms.

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    Fintech Paradise? The Benefits Luring Firms to New Nairobi International Finance Centre

    Firms looking to join the NIFC will pay Ksh1 million for certification and an annual fee of Ksh500,000, regulations published by the Treasury indicate. They are required to apply for certification from the NIFC Authority. Certification is open to both domestic and international firms.

    Limping Moi University Set To Lay Off Hundreds Of Workers

    Cash-strapped Moi University has announced plans to retrench hundreds of its employees following a ballooning wage bill. In an internal memo dated July 4, 2022,...

    Buy the Dip – NSE Urges Kenyans to Pounce on Cheap Stocks

    "The market is trading at a price-to-earnings ratio of less than 10x. This presents a unique opportunity for investors to buy listed securities at attractive prices and enjoy capital gains when the market rebounds," Kittony stated in an interview...

    Former Lands Secretary Loses Battle With KRA Over 31 Vehicles

    The Court of Appeal has ruled that the decision by the Kenya Revenue Authority to issue the forfeiture notice for 31 motor vehicles ten...

    Faulu Revamps Its Trade Finance Solutions

    Faulu Microfinance Bank kicked off countrywide Business Community Engagements aimed at supporting SMEs to build resilience in their businesses through access to financing from...

    Kenya’s New Multi-Million Dollar Cancer Treatment Machine – What You Should Know About CyberKnife Treatment

    Importantly, the cost is also determined by the severity of the tumor and how many sessions the patient might need.

    Bolt Sets Up Regional Hub In Nairobi

    Bolt has opened its Africa Head Office in Nairobi to leverage the city’s strategic position to serve as a regional hub for its operations...

    realme, JumiaTo Boost Smartphone Adoption In Africa

    Jumia has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with realme which would provide millions of consumers in Africa access to innovative and trendsetting devices with...

    Sportpesa Axed as Govt Renews Only 3 Betting Licenses

    The details emerged in a letter from BCLB Chairman Cyrus Maina addressed to legal representatives of Safaricom and Airtel. Most betting firms receive deposits via Safaricom's M-Pesa and Airtel's Airtel Money, and the board works with telcos to shut down pay-bill accounts of non-compliant firms.

    Why “Affordable Housing” Might Not Be Affordable Any More – Shelter Afrique

    The high cost of land and the rising cost of building materials could derail efforts to speed up the development of affordable housing across...

    Sports Website Futaa.Com Shuts Down After 11 Years

    The website was among startups funded by accelerator 88MPH in 2011. The 88MPH website discloses that it received $25,000 in initial funding.

    Airtel Kenya Appoints Louis Otieno As Chairman, Ashish Malhotra As MD

    Airtel Kenya Limited has appointed Mr Louis Onyango Otieno as the new chairman, and Mr Ashish Malhotra as the new managing director. Mr Otieno serves...

    Caetano Launches The All-New KIA Car Models in Kenya

    Caetano Kenya, the official distributor of various automotive brands in Kenya including Hyundai & Renault, on 30th June launched the all-new KIA range in...

    Former TV Presenter Chasing a Business Dream Named ‘Wonder Woman’

    While accepting the award, Terryanne Chebet, a well-known media personality, spoke of the need for capacity building for small businesses, saying access to training and mentorship is one of the biggest contributing factors for her success.

    Kenyan Named President Of African Insurance Organisation  

    Dr Ben Kajwang is the immediate past Vice President, and he takes over from Mr Tope Smart from Nigeria who served from 2021 to 2022.

    Why NMG is Hunting for Companies to Buy

    Notably, NMG will also pay shareholders a final dividend of Sh1.5 per share on issued and paid-up share capital as at 31st December 2021 following the improved performance.

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