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MARTIN SIELE

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Martin K.N Siele is the Content Lead at Business Today. He is also a Quartz contributor and a Baraza Media Lab-Fringe Graph Data Storytelling Fellow. Passionate about digital media, sports and entertainment, Siele also founded Loud.co.ke

How Kenyan Family Turned a Holiday Home Into Booming Business

Unknown to many, the resort is actually a family business that started as a holiday home built in 2015.

159 Schools Connected to Website Domains as Liquid Telecom Eyes 2,000

Launched in May, the program involves registration of schools to .sc.ke domains allowing them to make better use of digital tools.

Victor Wanyama’s Busia Football Academy Takes Shape [PHOTOS]

Construction began earlier this year in his rural home county, although works were slowed down by the Covid-19 pandemic.

UAE Suspends Visa Issuance for Visitors from Kenya

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Wednesday, November 18 suspended the issuance of visit visas to visitors from 11 countries including Kenya. Other countries affected...

DJ Joe Mfalme Ploughs Millions Into New Sports Bar & Nightclub...

Away from the decks, Mfalme has silently been making investments.

Data Commissioner: What to Know About Immaculate Kassait’s New Job

The role was created by the Data Protection Act, 2019, which established the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner.

Employers Launch Business and Disability Network to Support PWDs

Among other roles, the network was created to make employment of people with disabilities a shared responsibility.

Impact Africa Network Banks on Women to Transform Kenyan Startups

The series represents only one aspect of IAN's plan to put women at the center of the startup ecosystem in Kenya.

Billionaire Politician Adds Norfolk to Ksh185B Empire

His net worth is estimated at $1.7 billion (Ksh185 billion) thanks to interests in banking, hospitality, consumer goods and more.

KRA Posts Ksh63B Tax Shortfall on Layoffs, Relief

New data from the treasury indicated that the shortfall was driven by lay-offs and wage cuts undertaken by businesses in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.