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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.

UK Firm Announces Opportunities for 100+ Kenyans in Hospitality

The firm was interestingly established after one of its cofounders had an enchanting experience while holidaying in Kenya in 1988.

Safaricom’s Lipa na M-Pesa Faces Equity Onslaught

The mobile payments space for businesses in Kenya is currently dominated by Safaricom's Lipa na M-Pesa, a solution with over 302,000 active till numbers as of July 2021.

Rubis Plotted Artificial Fuel Shortage – Govt Claims

“You alluded that the country was to face a stock out, which is dangerous and would cause panic buying and cause an artificial shortage.” Petroleum Principal Secretary Andrew Kamau wrote to Rubis in response.

Larry Madowo: How Kenya’s Most Successful Journalist Did It

A large number of Kenyans remember his as the cat-video loving host of NTV's The Trend, which was started by James Smart but became the most watched Friday night show on TV with Madowo at the helm.

Bogonko Bosire’s Family Distressed After His Brother’s Demise

"We're running out of funds because both my mother and father are sick. My father lost his memory after Bogonko's disappearance and my mother has High Blood Pressure," Winnie stated.

Govt Retirees Headed Back to Work in New Bill

A bill before Parliament could see retirees in the civil service rehired as it creates a framework for a post-retirement employment programme. The Geriatric Bill,...

Meet Kenya’s Top Digital Architect Earning Global Recognitition

Reacting after his accolades recently caught the attention of Kenyans online, he revealed: "I am glad to note that the number is now growing. We have a Kenyan on the master certification path, 21 in Africa. We need more and I know we can do more."

Kenya Shilling Hits All-time Low Against the Dollar

Nearly half of the Kenya's external debt is denominated in foreign currencies. Debt repayments suspended by G2O and China due to the pandemic in the last fiscal year have resumed.

Keroche Fights to Survive as KRA Comes Knocking

Karanja in the second half of 2021 announced her bid to become Senator of Nakuru County. She has fashioned her campaign along representing investors' and manufacturers' interests in the county and Kenya in general.

Why Prudential is Counting on AFCON – CEO Reveals

"As we continue to invest and grow in Africa, people remain the key driver of our business and future growth," she stated.