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Imperial Bank directors take on CBK in assets freeze case

Directors of Imperial Bank have blamed Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) for failing to prevent the loss of Ksh42.2 billion. The non-executive directors filed an application...

We fired the wrong people, says Star editor

In the wake of the massive sackings at Radio Africa last week, a senior editor at the Star newspaper sensational claimed that the company...

Partnerships to improve access to healthcare

Experts drawn from the pharmaceutical industry have called for strategic partnerships between both the public and private sectors to improve healthcare delivery in the...

Big win for media as defamation law declared invalid

A high court judge on Monday declared section 194 of Penal Code as invalid, saying it contravenes freedom of expression guaranteed under section 33...

Interview: Bob Collymore on the future of M-Pesa

CNN Marketplace Africa features Safaricom, M-PESA and Kenya’s new person-to-person money transfer platform February 10th 18:15 EAT This week, ‘CNN Marketplace Africa’ looks at how M-PESA...

Kakamega couple wins Sh2.5 million Valentines treat

A couple based in Kakamega are the winners Villa Rosa Kempinski’s Sh2.5 million valentine’s treat. Mr Ramadhan Mohamed and Ms Esha Gelleh, who both...

Star newspaper set to be shut

Even as the retrenchment continued at Radio Africa Group, it has emerged that the fate of The Star newspaper is hanging in the balance....

Blogger Cyprian Nyakundi to be arrested

Justice Mwihaki Njuguna has issued a warrant of arrest against blogger Cyprian Nyakundi who has consistently failed to honour summons to attend court. Nyakundi,...

KBA appoints CEO for fintech subsidiary

Kenya Bankers Association (KBA), the banking industry umbrella body, has appointed a management team that will spearhead technical and business operations of its fully-owned...

Total Gapco takeover shakes up Kenya’s oil market

A least one shilling from every litre of diesel, super or paraffin sold in Kenya will now end up in the bank accounts of...