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CEO’s Memo On Unsettling Changes Ruins Christmas Mood At NMG

Nation Media Group, Kenya’s leading media house, has ruffled its employees ahead of the Christmas month after announcing a plan to implement changes that will be ‘unsettling’.

Why NopeaRide Called it Quits

It folds four years after it first launched in the country, in August 2018.

KenGen More Than Doubles Its Profits To Hit Ksh4.7 Billion

East Africa’s leading energy producer, Kenya Electricity Generating Company PLC (KenGen) has posted a Ksh4.7 billion profit after tax for the period ending June...

Taking Nairobi: 15 New Electric Buses Land in Kenya

Several EV startups have set up shop in the country over the past few years, with Kenya positioning itself as a green energy hub.

What Are Cameroon’s Hopes In Qatar?

The upcoming World Cup is proving to be incredibly and fans all over the world are beginning to wonder just how good of a...

HF Group Turns Around From Loss-making

HF Group has turned around from loss-making to posting a profit before tax of Ksh77.3 million for the first nine months of 2022. This...

False: This Facebook Page Is Not Owned By National Assembly Speaker...

A Facebook page bearing the identity Hon. Moses M Wetangula is not owned or operated by the politician, who is currently serving as the...

Co-op Bank Trade Finance Ends Cash Nightmare For Businesses

According to the Co-operative Bank, Trade Finance is the most affordable way to fund business without taking up a loan.

False: This Facebook Account Is Not Owned By CS Aden Duale

A Facebook account bearing the name of Cabinet Secretary for Defence Aden Duale is neither owned by the government official nor is it operated...

PR Firm Founded By Former Nation Journalist Hits a Milestone

The campaign that scooped the top award was a cement industry public affairs assignment whose brief was to engage stakeholders and make a case for gradual upward adjustment on the import duty on clinker. There had been a proposal to raise it from the current 10% to 25%.