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Martin K.N Siele is the Editor and Content Lead at Business Today. He is passionate about digital media, sports and entertainment.

KBC’s Big Catch: Nick Ndeda Lands New Radio Gig

Ndeda left Radio Africa Group-owned Kíss FM in January 2021 after two years at the station. There, he hosted the evening drive show with Lynda Nyangweso.

Kipchoge, INEOS Team up to Nurture Cycling Talent in Kenya

Experts from the INEOS Grenadiers Cycling Team will work alongside Kaptagat-based professionals in a bid to create a new generation of cycling superstars. The camp will be headed by Valentijn Trouw, who has over 30 years’ experience in identifying and nurturing long distance running talent in Kenya. 

Ambassador Retracts Visa Notice as Kenyans Cry Foul

Citizens had flooded the pages of various European embassies with enquiries over the directive.

Kune: After Spending Over Ksh100M in 1 Year, Food Startup Shuts...

Many things could have been done differently, better certainly. The coming months will allow us to reflect on Kune’s failure, and I hope to share about it when the time will be right," founder Robin Reecht shared in a Linkedin post confirming the closure.

Uber is Now in Kisumu, Eldoret and 3 More Towns

"We have soft-launched the cities and we will be going as the product becomes more developed. We see the potential in these cities and are confident that they will grow and become very reliable for us,” he stated.

James Mwangi’s New 4-Point Plan to Transform Africa’s Economy

Mwangi disclosed that the plan was developed in consultation with leading experts from various public and private sector bodies, including the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the East African Community (EAC).

New Visa Rule Throws Kenyans’ Travel Plans Into Disarray

The new restriction means that a Kenyan travelling to North America or elsewhere with a connecting flight through Amsterdam or Paris, for instance, will have to apply for a Transit Schengen visa before leaving Kenya.

Mandatory Masks Make a Comeback as Covid Cases Spike

Kenyans will be required to wear masks in public service vehicles (PSVs), supermarkets, churches, mosques,  offices and flights.

Nairobians Hit With Matatu Fare Hikes as Cost of Living Skyrockets

Matatus aren't the only one passing on the cost to consumers. Cab-hailing services including Uber also announced that they would increase fares in response to the higher fuel prices.

Reopen Keroche – Raila Backs Tabitha Karanja in KRA Battle

Karanja had linked Keroche's woes to her political bid. She described the payment plan sealed in March as unsustainable and claimed that they were under 'unbearable pressure at the time they agreed to it.