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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.

Kenya Power MD Bernard Ngugi Resigns, Rosemary Oduor Takes Over in...

Kenya Power's Board of Directors appointed Bernard Ngugi as MD and CEO in October 2019, after key management figures were embroiled in corruption scandals.

Auctioneers Eye Ksh30M for Atul Shah’s Lavington Mansion

Shah had attached a number of his personal properties to secure credit lines for Nakumatt. Offered as security in 2011, the Lavington home accounted for Ksh25 million of the loans worth billions of shillings.

Skiza Tunes: Artists Dance to the Bank After Revenue Share Increase

Launched in 2009, the platform has over 9 million subscribers and allows Safaricom customers to set songs or customized messages to be played instead of standard call-waiting tones.

Peter Munga’s Multi-Billion Power Play That Stunned Africa

Painting Munga as an uncompromising businessman, the commission concluded: "Peter Munga was a business tycoon and all the Mauritian professionals involved put together were no match for him singly alone. He was able to dictate both time and terms, price and party."

Kirubi’s Influential Son-in-Law Musangi Appointed to Centum Board

He is the son of Professor Richard Musangi, a scholar who became the pioneer Vice-Chancellor of Egerton University in 1987, and was in 2013 appointed Chancellor of Kabianga University by former President Mwai Kibaki.

How Abel Mutua Spun Profits from Pandemic Woes

He cites one comment in particular in which someone who had been on the verge of suicide told him that his stories had gotten them through a dark period.

2022: CS Munya Stakes Claim to Lead Mt. Kenya, Goes After...

In speech after speech, the leaders allied to President Uhuru Kenyatta just fell short of endorsing Munya as the best placed leader to take over the mantle of leading a populous, fractured region as the 2022 General Elections draw closer.

Two Rivers Posts Ksh1.9 Billion Loss Denting Centum Prospects

Notably, Two Rivers Development Ltd. (TRDL) in which Centum holds a 58% stake posted a whopping Ksh1.9 billion loss for the year. Two Rivers is a mixed-use development known for its lifestyle offerings including the Two Rivers mall, apartments and recreational spaces.

London Distillers Battles Ksh2 Billion Tax Evasion Case

Galot denied a total of 18 counts of omitting key information from tax returns including production volumes and sales amounts, and failure to pay Ksh1.4 billion in taxes.

Pain as Zoom Starts Charging Kenyan Users VAT

Businesses in Kenya using Zoom's paid tiers will have to fork out more to use the video conferencing service for their meetings, after the firm announced that it would begin charging Kenyan VAT