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The Economist: Raila ‘Safer Bet’ Than Ruto

The publication further described Odinga's running mate Martha Karua as 'notably superior' to Ruto's pick for Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua.

Inside SK Macharia’s New RMS Tallying Centre and Election Studios [VIDEO]

Looking to capture sky-high ratings as the country goes to the polls, RMS unveiled its latest investment on Sunday, August 7. It will be competing with the likes of NTV and KTN News to offer the best election coverage as Kenyans keep their eyes glued to their screens.

The Business of Memes: Companies Risk Legal Action for Jumping on...

The original video, a mock interview of a wacky World Rally Championship (WRC) Safari Rally driver and his navigator, was first shared when the rally took place in Naivasha in June. The entire interview takes place in the Kalenjin language.

NBK Secures Ksh1B For Credit In The Water, Sanitation And Hygiene...

The National Bank of Kenya (NBK) has announced its partnership with global asset manager WaterEquity to enhance financing to public and private water utility companies...

Jitters as KRA Investigates Kakuzi Over Tax Evasion Claims

“KRA wishes to state that it is currently undertaking internal reviews on transfer pricing and other tax practices of Kakuzi PLC with a view of commencing an in-depth audit work,” Rispah Simiyu, the commissioner for domestic taxes, disclosed.

How Safaricom Messed Up With Mobile Loans – Michael Joseph Explains

Joseph, who was the company's CEO when it rolled out the pioneering mobile money service M-Pesa, explained that his vision was focused on driving savings - but corporate interests meant that lending was simply more profitable.

Kisumu Gets Ksh6.4B Solar Power Plant

"Kenya must have a reduction in the cost of energy if we are to improve our competitiveness and ultimate position to create opportunities of employment for our young people,” the President stated.

DStv Leaves Kenyans Fuming After Hiking Prices

MultiChoice recently succeeded in its legal battle to have 44 illegal sports streaming websites blocked in Kenya by Internet Service Providers (ISPs) including Safaricom. The websites are used by many Kenyans as alternative platforms to watch live sports including the Premier League and UEFA Champions League.

DStv Business Excites Pubs And Clubs As Football Returns

SuperSport continues to deliver an unrivalled selection of football, and DStv is set to be the home of the top leagues in the world...

NCBA Offers Kenyans Buying Electric Vehicles Loans Worth Ksh2B

It is currently estimated that there are about 350 electric vehicles registered in Kenya, out of a total of 3.5 million registered vehicles