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Crypto Regulations: Pros and Cons

Since the development of the first cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, more and more people have started engaging in the field with hopes of earning profit. Along...

Safaricom’s Sylvia Mulinge Appointed New CEO For MTN Uganda

Safaricom has announced the departure of its Chief Consumer Business Officer Sylvia Mulinge, who will leave on September 30, 2022. Ms Mulinge has been appointed...

10 Women-led Businesses Picked For The 2022 Standard Chartered Women In...

Standard Chartered Bank in partnership with iBizAfrica- Strathmore University have shortlisted 10 start-ups for the Women in tech program. The Program targets women led...

At Nairobi National Park, a Lion Is Given a ‘State Funeral’

On 18th June this year, the Nairobi National Park lost a key member of its jungle. The big cat, named Sirikoi, was described by...

KRA Deadline Day: Inside Scramble to File Tax Returns

Many have been filing returns in a bid to avoid stiff penalties. Failure to file annual returns by the due date attracts a penalty of additional tax equal to 5% of the normal tax, or Ksh. 10,000 for Non-Individual Taxpayers.

Changes to M-Pesa Reversal Procedure Introduced – How It Will Affect...

Safaricom has rolled out changes to the reversal of M-Pesa transactions in a bid to protect customers, particularly traders and service providers.

The Signature That Raised Prices For Mobile Phones

The era of cheaper phones and SIM cards ends today, as a new tax imposed on handsets and other mobile services accessories comes into effect from mid night.

Kipchoge Lands Huawei Deal for New Campaign

“Huawei strongly believes technology is the path to a successful future for Kenyan youth and is committed to doing more to inspire and support them for decades to come”.

Africa Digital Media Institute, LunaTone To Connect African Creatives To Japanese...

The Africa Digital Media Institute (ADMI) has signed an MOU with LunaTone, a SaaS provider specializing in digital content based in Tokyo, Japan. Dubbed the...

Kenyan Who Earned Sh865 Million Selling Horns

Documents from a New York federal court reveal that Abubakar Mansur Mohammed Surur was part of a transnational crimìnal syndicate involved in the large-scale traffìcking and smùggling of rhinoceros horns and elephant ivory over the past seven years.