Uhuru Kenyatta Puts Up Media Company For Sale

    Tension is building up at Mediamax Network, the media company owned by former President Uhuru Kenyatta family, after it emerged that they could be considering selling it off.

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    Uhuru Kenyatta Puts Up Media Company For Sale

    Tension is building up at Mediamax Network, the media company owned by former President Uhuru Kenyatta family, after it emerged that they could be considering selling it off.

    Starlink in Kenya: Lessons from Nigeria as Launch Nears

    Here's what Nigerians' experience with Starlink so far tells us about its anticipated launch in Kenya.

    I Shafted Myself – Shaffie Weru Reflects on Losing His Job

    Two years since his sacking at Radio Africa Group (RAG)-owned Homeboyz Radio, Shaffie Weru is making his comeback to the public eye. Weru on Wednesday, February 1 released the first installment of his new show Shafted - a uniquely conceptualized show in which he interviews himself.

    Inside Bungoma’s Nakifuma Farm Piggery Where Pigs Will Live Luxuriously

    One of Uganda’s biggest piggeries, Nakifuma Farm, has partnered with Kenya’s Melpa farm to create one of the biggest piggeries in the county dubbed...

    MOGO Launches Financial Literacy Tool For Kenyan Consumers

    Vehicle financing company MOGO has launched a financial literacy tool aimed at educating its Kenyan clients about personal budget planning and making informed financial...

    MyCredit, Oikocredit Ink Ksh325 Million Deal

    MyCredit has received a funding deal worth Ksh325 million from OikoCredit for onward lending. MyCredit Limited is a non-bank financial service Institution licensed as a...

    Sendy Unveils Payment On Delivery Product For E-commerce In Africa

    Fulfilment and Logistics enabler, Sendy, has introduced a  Payment on Delivery product for e-commerce and social commerce vendors in Africa. This product will facilitate...

    Contract Breach? SportPesa Protests Ksh79M Yanga-Haier Deal

    Yanga and SportPesa Tanzania in July 2022 signed a three-year sponsorship deal worth Ksh639 million - equivalent to around Ksh213 million a season.

    Mugithi Stars in Trouble as Copyright Wars Escalate

    In recent months, a battle has been simmering in Mugithi and debates raging, as older artists demand their fair share of compensation for the numerous Mugithi hits today that are essentially cover versions of much older songs.

    Safaricom Shake-Up: Esther Waititu Named Chief Financial Services Officer

    Safaricom CEO Peter Ndegwa on Wednesday, February 1 announced several new appointments at the company, including a new Chief Financial Services Officer, Marketing Director and Director – Public Sector Digital Transformation to support the government's push to digitize public services.

    Opinion: Forward-looking Businesses Must Embrace Ethical Consumerism

      By Njeri Kagwe There is no doubt that any business’s ethics and purpose are becoming increasingly important to consumers – young and old. That is...

    Uhuru, Matiang’i Lead Tributes at Magoha Home

    Magoha served as the last Education CS in Uhuru's administration, and the former President had nothing but praise for him. He credited him for his efforts to ensure 100% transition to secondary schools, the transition to the CBC curriculum and to eliminate exam cheating.

    Digital Birth & Death Certificates Introduced: What You Should Know

    The move is part of President William Ruto's push to digitize government services. The new digital birth certificates will be introduced alongside Unique Personal Identifiers (UPI). According to the Interior Ministry, the UPI will act as a lifelong identification number and will make it easier to access government services.

    June Chepkemei Appointed KenInvest Managing Director In An Acting Capacity

    June Chepkemei, who is the head of Marketing and Communications at the KonzaTechnopolis Development Authority (KOTDA) has been appointed as the Managing Director in...

    14 Start-Ups Picked To Pitch Live At Africa Tech Summit 2023

    Africa Tech Summit has announced the final shortlist of ventures who will Pitch Live on stage to investors, corporate and media at the Africa Tech Summit in Nairobi from 15th to 16th February.

    Multi-Million NCBA Deal Returns to Haunt Uhuru

    The NIC-CBA merger in 2018 created NCBA - Kenya's third-largest bank by asset value. It was completed though a share swap, with NIC group shareholders owning 47 percent of the merged entity and CBA shareholders including the Kenyatta family owning 53 percent of the merged entity.

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