This section give a comprehensive coverage of business news in Kenya – ranging from companies, industry, economy, markets, agriculture and the NGO world.

How Ndindi Nyoro Made a Fortune in Stocks, Tech

Reports have previously valued the three companies associated with Nyoro in excess of Ksh300 million. It also recently emerged that he is one of the largest individual shareholders in power utility Kenya Power, with a total of 9,116,800 ordinary shares or 0.46 per cent as of 2021.

Inside President-elect Ruto’s Multi-Billion Shilling Business Empire

He has built a massive empire spanning sectors including hospitality, real estate, agriculture and insurance. He has also previously disclosed assets including stocks in various Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE)-listed firms and land parcels.

10 African Countries Minting Maríjuana Millions

Here, Business Today explores some of the African countries that have allowed the commercial cultivation of maríjuana.

KCB Receives B+ Issuer Default Ratings By Fitch

Fitch Ratings has affirmed KCB Group PLC's its core banking subsidiary KCB Bank Kenya Limited's LongTerm Issuer Default Ratings (IDRs) at 'B+'. The outlooks,...

Nairobi-Nakuru, Nairobi-Mombasa: Kenyans Clamour for Major Highway Upgrades

Recent snarl-ups on the Nairobi-Nakuru highway at areas such as Gilgil, in particular, have fueled a wave of sentiments from Kenyans online on the highways.

Ascott Debuts Its Serviced Residence In Kenya With Somerset Westview

The Ascott Limited (Ascott)has announced its first foray into the East African region with the opening of Somerset Westview Nairobi – in the affluential...

Meet the Kenyan Companies Trooping to DRC in New Wave

At a trade dinner this week hosted by Equity Bank and attended by DRC President Felix Tshisekedi, CEO James Mwangi announced that 26 Kenyan companies had committed to making investments in DRC worth over Ksh184 Billion ($1.6 Billion).  The firms were part of Kenya's delegation in an Equity-led trade mission to DRC last year.

Equity Brokers Ksh184B DRC Investments by 26 Kenyan Companies

The announcement was made in the presence of DRC’s President H.E Felix Tshisekedi at a business dinner hosted by Equity Group to celebrate the signing of the accession treaty by DRC after admission into the East African Community (EAC) and in furtherance of the Kenya-DRC trade relations. The dinner was attended by the Kenya DRC trade mission delegation comprising of government officials including Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Industrialisation, Trade and Enterprise Development Betty Maina and some of the Kenyan traders who participated in the trade mission last year.

Big Boys Face Off for 2022 Ad Billions

A key battlefront is competition for the best talent in broadcast, print and digital as each firm looks to provide the best coverage of politics' silly season.

KCB Joins Equity in Scramble for DRC

Like Equity, KCB will be thinking about how to get in the front seat of driving financial inclusion in the populous nation. They are boosted by the confidence drawn from growing regional subsidiaries.