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Kevin Namunwa is a senior reporter for Business Today. Email at [email protected]

The Investigative Piece Allan Namu Holds Closest to His Heart

Veteran investigative journalist John Allan Namu has released yet another detailed in-depth investigative that focuses on human-interest stories from Kenya.

President Uhuru’s Promise to Ingwe: Honest Aid or Political Move

President Uhuru Kenyatta on Saturday hosted the AFC Leopards team at the statehouse to hand them a new bus.

Veteran Gospel Singer Who Won’t Do Collabos with Gengetone Artists

The change that has occurred in the gospel industry has brought about contrasting opinions from different artists.

GoTV, DSTV Package Prices Dip Further as Pay TV Gets Cheaper...

Pay Tv seems to be getting cheaper by the day with top brands scrambling for the few customers who are still hooked.

Over 140 Nairobi Teams To Battle For Half A Million in...

The Football Federation of Kenya (FKF) and leading betting firm Odibets have launched the first-ever Nairobi Mtaani Cup. The tournament is a first of its...

Victor Wanyama’s Career Trend; Where He’ll Likely Go Next

Harambee Stars Captain Victor Wanyama made an unforeseeable move to Major League Soccer on Tuesday after he signed for Canada-based Montreal Impact.

With 2% Death Toll, Here’s What The World Fears About Corona...

The coronavirus has only killed 2% of those infected. The scariest thing about the virus is not the death toll but how fast it can spread.

Equity Mastercard Users To Get Discount on Jumia

Jumia Kenya has signed a partnership with Equity Mastercard which will see customers get 10% discounts for all their purchases.

Lone Kenyan Hotel Makes it to Exclusive American Express Programme

A Nairobi hotel has gone down into history books as the first and only hotel in Kenya to be accepted into the American Express Fine Hotels and Resorts program.

Kenya Power Ventures Into Three ‘Side Hustles’ in Attempt to Boost...

Cash-stripped Kenya Power is looking to make an extra shilling with the commercialization of its garage as well as leasing out land.