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This section offers a critical and insightful take on various issues in the news – economy, business, markets and politics.

From Street Lights To Factories: How Kenden Keeps Kenyans Powered

Kenya Power, for years now, has enjoyed a great monopoly in the power market and has, over the years, levied steep charges to Kenyans...

Uhuru Family’s Ksh3.3B Offshore Fortune Uncovered in Pandora Papers

With Panamanian foundations, the owners are not required to register their names with the government. The information is only disclosed to their lawyers and any breach of confidentiality laws carries a jail sentence of up to six months.

MSK, EABL Launch Marketing-driven Podcasts

Marketing Society of Kenya (MSK) and East African Breweries Limited (EABL) have partnered to launch a marketing-driven podcast that will feature the visions and...

Del Monte Named East Africa’s Exporter Of The Year

Del Monte Kenya Limited (DMKL), Kenya's largest producer of pineapple products and fruit beverages in Kenya, has been recognized as the Best Exporter in...

National Bank Launches Ksh5 Billion Water and Sanitation Financing Program

National Bank of Kenya (NBK) in partnership with Aqua for All, has launched a Ksh5 billion water, sanitation and hygiene financing program. The program will cater...

Olympic Champion Faith Kipyegon Named LG Sports Personality For August

Back-to-back1500m Olympic Champion Faith Kipyegon is the LG Sport's Personality for the month of August. The mother-of-one successfully defended her 1500m gold medal at the...

Absa Bank to Establish 66 Computer Labs in Schools Across Kenya

Absa Bank Kenya PLC has kicked off an ambitious digital literacy enhancement programme targeting to establish 66 computer labs in schools across the country. The...

KenGen Launches State-of-the-Art Research and Development Centre

Kenya Electricity Generating Company PLC (KenGen) has kicked off the construction of a Research and Development (R&D) Centre at Tana Power Station located in...

Minting Billions from Student Housing – How Qwetu Did It

Qwetu USIU 4 (601 beds) and Qwetu Hurlingam (832 beds) are expected to be complete in Q4 2021. Qwetu and Qejani Catholic University (542 beds and 1,000 beds respectively) are on course to open in Q3 2022. Qwetu and Qejani Chiromo (837 beds and 2,112 beds respectively) aim to open in Q4 2022 after the necessary approvals were received in July 2021.

Banking Sector To Play Key Role In Post-Covid Economic Recovery

The Kenya Bankers Association (KBA) believes that the banking sector will continue to play a key role in steering economic recovery in the wake...