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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.

TSC Advertises 15,000+ Promotion Vacancies for Teachers

The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) on Tuesday, December 22 advertised 15,266 promotion vacancies for teachers. The vacancies are for positions including Deputy Principal, Head...

Senate Passes Tea Bill Ushering in Major Changes

If signed into law by President Uhuru Kenyatta as expected, it will mark the start of a new era for the multi-billion shilling tea sector.

Why Sportpesa-Linked Firm Wants BCLB Bosses Jailed

The company wants senior officials jailed for six months for cancelling its license on December 4, 2020.

Nairobi Speaker Sworn in as Acting Governor After Sonko Ouster

The Constitution states that a by-election will be held by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) within 60 days of the Speaker taking over.

4-Star Kisumu Hotel Set for Auction Over Ksh330M Debt

The hotel is owned by William Guda Osewe, the entrepreneur behind K'osewe Ranalo Foods.

KTDA Declares Ksh734M Dividends for Farmers

The figure represents a 15 per cent increase from the Ksh683 million declared dividend of the previous year.

Expectations High as Senate Meets to Consider Tea Reforms

It anchors new rules and regulations in law to govern the tea sector, the culmination of a protracted reform process spearheaded by Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Peter Munya.

Real Estate Firm Changes Lives of Differently Abled Kenyans

Real estate firm Myspace Properties visited Isiolo in the latest phase of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) campaign supporting Kenyans living with disabilities. The campaign...

After Tea Reforms, Munya Eyes Coffee Sector for Radical Changes

Barely a fortnight after the National Assembly passed the Tea Bill setting the stage for adoption of a raft of new regulations, Agriculture Cabinet...

End of Sonkoism? Mike Mbuvi Comes Crashing Down After Meteoric Rise

While politicians in the country had long built followings based on tribal arithmetic, Sonko did it differently.