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Tuskys Director Stephen Mukuha Passes Away in Nairobi

In 2016, he alongside his brother Gachwe Sammy Gatei who also holds a 17.5% stake was charged with theft of Ksh1.64 billion from Tuskys amid a family feud for control of the firm. The matter was, however, settled.

JKUAT’s Team Veex Strategia Wins ACCA Inter-University Challenge

The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) has awarded the ultimate winners of the ACCA Strategic Business Leadership Inter-University Challenge-Kenya that was aimed at...

10 Restaurants Nairobians Love Deliveries From

"The best part about the campaign is that the awards are actually handed out by bolt food customers, because, in deciding on whom to receive the Golden Broccoli trophies, we took into consideration the number of orders, quality of orders and other criteria that are evaluated solely in-app, by our users, throughout the year," stated Bolt Food country manager Edgar Kipng'etich Kitur.

Livestreaming App Uplive Ranked Among Fastest-growing Platforms Globally

Asia Innovations Group’s (AIG) flagship app Uplive has been ranked as the world’s third fastest-growing social app by third-party analytical platforms AppAnnie and Sensor...

Price Of A Toyota Vitz Now Over Ksh1 Million, Harrier Nears...

Toyota Vitz, one of the budget cars in the country is now selling for over Ksh1.07 million in a surprise move that has seen...

DSTV Disappoints Customers Across Africa With New Restriction

The restrictions pose a challenge to users today in connected households, who prefer to enjoy tailored content experiences on multiple devices including phones, smart TVs, tablets and laptops.

Get Ready – Major Traffic Crackdown Begins This Monday

The operation to be led by Police officers and the National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) is intended to catch a wide net of offenders.

Multichoice Set To Demolish Sh900M Office Building Over Safety Concerns

The Pay-TV service provider has dismissed claims by the building's contractor, Cementers Ltd, that the condemned is an exhibit in a court case. It argues that it is merely obeying an order by the county government.

CUPA Is a Game Changer, To Place 70% Of KCSE Graduates...

More than 70% of students who complete form four every year now have a reason to smile as they will be placed to institutions...

Couch Potato Policies a Big Let-Down To Smallholders and Consumers

The so-called potato shortage that impacted KFC in Kenya last month reveals less about supply issues, and more about the longstanding forces that hold back the diversification...