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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.

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.

Kerry: Food Services Giant Sets Up Shop in Nairobi

At the opening of the Kerry Kenya Application & Development Center, customers were treated to a full menu of food and beverage concepts inspired by Kenyan culinary tradition, a vibrant style with elements of coastal and distinctly East African ingredients and flavors.

5 Big Wins for KDF Veterans, Families in New Law

The establishment of the Dependants Education Fund is one of the biggest wins for veterans and their families under the new law. The fund will provide scholarships...

Naivasha Welcomes Cash, Tourists as WRC Safari Rally Returns

Last year, as the Safari Rally made its return to the WRC calendar after a two-year absence, the Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohammed-led Sports Ministry had projected that it would inject around Ksh6 billion into Kenya's economy.

Record-High Fuel Prices Spell More Pain for Kenyans

The increase in fuel prices comes at a time when the inflation rate in Kenya in May 2022 hit 7.1%, up from 6.5% the previous month. It was the highest reading since February 2020.

M-Pesa Disruption Hits Kenyans Hard – Here’s What You Should Know

The telco's customer care channels were flooded with angry, frustrated queries from Kenyans seeking answers on the disruption.

KRA Shuts Down Keroche Yet Again

She pleaded with the taxman for the operations at Keroche to be allowed to resume, warning of the potential job losses and the impact on livelihoods. The company had an estimated 800 employees.

Africa’s Top Coach Making Ksh15M Monthly Plots Next Move

He has been linked with potential moves to Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates. 

Inside New Multi-Billion DCI Forensic Laboratory

While the DCI has maintained that the new lab is among the best in Africa, Kenyans can only hope that it will translate to speedy justice.