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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 and enjoys telling impactful stories. Follow him on Twitter @S_iele

RetireMed: Insurers Launch New Post-Retirement Cover

It is designed to help Kenyans save for their medical expenses in retirement. Insurers hope that the product will allow consumers to make the most of their pension benefits.

Kisima Awards Returns After 7-Year Absence, Goes Pan-African

The awards show then ran for 10 years, establishing itself as one of the region's most important award shows before folding yet again after the 2013 Edition.

DCI Wades Into Sportpesa Billionaires’ Messy Fallout

It is the latest twist in a messy fallout that came to the limelight after a failed attempt by Sportpesa to resume business in Kenya under a new Betting Control and Licensing Board (BCLB) license holder, Milestone Games.

Emirates Offers Ksh46,000 Nairobi-Dubai Return Ticket in Festive Deal

The deal is available for passengers who book their flights from between 2 November and 22 November 2020.

Meet the 2 New Faces on Safaricom Board

Coming from the financial services world, Raisibe has over 26 years experience working with corporates in Africa including Nedbank Group, Sanlam Group and the Industrial Development Corporation.

Why Hospitals Could be Forced to Scrap Parking Fees

The subject has long been the subject of controversy, with those against it observing that they were already paying for medical services.

Kenya Named Africa’s Best Golfing Destination

Kenya beat out stiff competition from South Africa, Egypt and Morocco to be named...

KNBS Appoints New Director General

Obudho replaces Zachary Mwangi who had been in the position since 2012.

Cytonn CEO: Why Uhuru’s Housing Project is Lagging Behind

Cytonn CEO Edwin Dande sought to explain why the affordable housing pillar in President Uhuru Kenyatta's Big 4 development agenda had gotten little traction.

Former Safaricom Chair to Lead Kakuzi After Human Rights Scandal

Businessman John Kibunga Kimani was also appointed as a non-executive director in the shake-up. Kimani is the second largest shareholder at Kakuzi but had failed in previous attempts to secure a board seat.