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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

After Masks Success, Kitui Now Manufactures Soap, Body Creams

Some of the products have already been made available for sale. Notably, they all feature Kitui-themed branding.

Auto Spares D****r Admitted to NSE’s Ibuka Program

The Ibuka program is meant to support companies with high-growth prospects as they work towards listing on the bourse.

M-Pesa’s New Pochi la Biashara Feature: All You Should Know

Notably, funds sent to the wallet will not be deducted by Fuliza, Safaricom's wildly popular overdraft service.

Landowner Who Sued Ruto D**s in Nairobi

Muteshi took Ruto to court claiming that his 100-acre piece of land had been grabbed during the 2007/08 Post Election Violence (PEV) in Uasin Gishu county, and pointed an accusing finger at the...

Details of NTSA’s New EU-Funded Road Safety Programme

Dubbed Usalama Barabarani (Safe Roads), the campaign incorporates a raft of measures and projects meant to ensure positive road safety outcomes.

Centum Real Estate to Float Ksh4B Project Bond

Investors who purchase the bond will have the option of investing in an equity-linked component.

Revamped Commuter Rail Service Gets Nairobians Talking [PHOTOS]

The Nairobi Commuter Rail service is closer to taking off after one of the recently imported Diesel Multiple Units (DMU) was spotted on the tracks on Tuesday, October 27.

Polycarp Igathe: How Entrepreneurs Can Thrive in Covid-19 Era

The Equity Bank Chief Operations Officer (COO) offered advice to Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) looking to stay afloat and thrive despite the shocks of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Free Calls, Data for Safaricom Customers as Company Celebrates 20th Anniversary

Safaricom customers will enjoy one free phone call of up to 20 minutes within the next...

Safaricom CEO on Africa Expansion Plans, Company’s Future [VIDEO]

"We want to be here one hundred years from now," Ndegwa declared as he explained his plans for the company to build on the success it has achieved so far.