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School Girls Sanitary Pads Cost a King’s Ransom

Poor menstrual management keeps girls out of school for approximately 25% of their school days in a year

Why Are Cryptocurrencies Getting Popular in 2021?

Bitcoin’s price currency rose by about 170% in 2020, and it broke its first record in December with an all-time high of over $20,000.

d.light Crowned as Best Solar Home Systems Provider in Africa

More than 130 entries were submitted across 15 categories from all over the continent and d.light emerged winner in the Solar Home Systems Category.

Mwananchi Credit Ranked Best Logbook Financier for Second Year

Mwananchi was awarded as a market leader in the car financing segment and its efforts to keep lending in spite of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Hotels, Starved of Core Business, Are Taking a Bigger Bite on...

Hoteliers are optimistic that the domestic market and other segments will gradually pave the way for business in 2021.

Digital Ad Agency MediaPal Wins MSK Tech Marketing Award

MediaPal emerged the overall winner under the Disruptive Marketing (Tech Marketing) category at this year’s Marketing Society of Kenya (MSK) awards held at Sarit...

OdiBets Surprises Customers With Early Christmas Gift

One of the leading betting firms in Kenya, Odibets, has announced that it will be giving out 100 goats daily to lucky winners starting...

UK Forex Broker Enters Kenyan Market

With the entry of more players into Kenya’s forex market, retail investors are now exposed to high levels of product sophistication, pricing, analysis, and execution that they can get in any bank trading desk.

How Mobile Phones Have Helped the African Betting Market Grow

Around the world we are seeing a rise in mobile betting. This is because it has become the most convenient way to bet for many people.

Millions of Kenyans Struggling to Pay Loans Face CRB Monster

According to the survey 10% of households reported they are unable to service loans at all, with another 13.6% falling behind in payments.