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Where To Invest And Grow Your Money For The Long Term

Investors with a near term investment horizon are better off investing in treasury bills and short-term treasury bonds, as well as high dividend paying stocks

State Finds a New Tool To Spy On Youth’s Activities

The youth index will measure the performance of youth empowerment programmes and the status of youth compared with development initiatives implemented by government and other stakeholders.

Five-Year Milestone Portends a New Future For SGR

Kenya’s Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) passenger services marked the 5th anniversary by celebrating 7.8 million travellers between Nairobi and Mombasa. The maiden Madaraka Express...

Three Kenyan Firms Join Global League Of Tech Pioneers

The World Economic Forum list is full of young and growing tech companies with the 2022 cohort forging new paths in healthcare, food production and cutting-edge technologies.

Machakos Pioneers Formula 1 Motorsport In Kenya

Dr Mutua pointed out that the 4.5km circuit will culminate in an Extravaganza of RX motorsport on the weekend of July 9th to 10th, this year. He said that the motorsports will operate both on tarmac and rough roads as the 4.5km circuit covers both ways.

Lady Boda Boda Gives Men a Run For Their Money

Esther Makhanu's business has grown tremendously and has seen her buy four more motorcycles, creating employment for others and increasing her revenues.

Hawker Who Makes Sh120,000 From Porridge

Janet Chepkoech, an informal trader in Kericho town, is making a kill from selling porridge. Janet has been distributing porridge to local traders and...

Enticed By Soda, Kibera Lady Turns Into Blood Donation Addict

Ms Aisha Mukami Dafalla is spearheading a programme to mobilize at least 100,000 Kenyans to be regular blood donors for the country to attain a sustainable supply of safe and adequate blood in hospitals.

New Project To Offer Kenyans Decent Houses For Sh1 Million

Stoni Athi Waterfront City project comprises 5,000 affordable housing units costing between Ksh1 million and Ksh3 million per unit, and 5,500 units targeting middle and upper-income households for between Ksh2 million and Ksh8 million a unit.

Kenya’s Tourism, Battered By Covid-19, Is Getting Back Its Groove

Kenya’s tourism industry, as it were, contributes 10% of economic output and employs over two million people, a large percentage of whom lost their jobs due to the pandemic. Data from the Ministry of Tourism shows the sector raked in Ksh163.5 billion in 2019 and is projected that the figure would grow by 1% in 2020. International visitors fell to fewer than 500,000 in the first 10 months of 2020 as compared to 1.7 million in the same period in 2019, leading to a loss of Ksh100 billion.