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

KQ’s Mumbai Flights Back on After 4-Month Hiatus

A one-way ticket on the route will cost  $419 (Ksh46,000) for economy class seats.

Marius Kruger Resigns As Non-Executive Director of BOC Kenya

Marius Kruger has resigned as a non-executive director of the board of BOC Kenya Plc, effective September 13, 2021. Mr Kruger was appointed a non-executive...

Credit Bank Inks Deal With Kenyan Diasporans For Investment Empowerment

Credit Bank plc has entered into a partnership deal with the Kenya Diaspora Alliance through which the bank will provide a bouquet of solutions...

Food and Beverage Ingredient Distributor DKSH Inks Distribution Deal With Valio

Finnish dairy and food company Valio has inked a deal with DKSH on the distribution of special milk powders to Valio’s industrial customers in...

UK Govt Takes Over Sportpesa Company’s Ksh2B Assets

In Kenya,  SportPesa has been rocked by shareholder wrangles involving its Kenyan and Bulgarian shareholders, legal battles with the Betting Control and Licensing Board (BCLB) and the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA).

James Finlay Sends Home 910 Workers in Kericho

The acquisition of James Finlay's Lemotit flower farm in Kipkelion East, Kericho by flower firm Black Tulip for an undisclosed amount was announced in early September.

Small-scale Farmers To Get NCPB’s Post-harvest Services Through Safaricom’s DigiFarm

Kenyan small-scale farmers can now access post-harvest services from the National Cereals and Produce Board (NCPB) following a Memorandum of Understanding signed with Safaricom’s...

How Political Interests Frustrate Vision 2030 – Secretariat Boss Reveals

"To get any project off the ground is a miracle in itself," he admitted, noting that they needed to jump through several hoops.

Jambojet Spreads Wings To DRC In Expansion Move

Jambojet has commenced operations to Goma in the Eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), becoming the first low-cost carrier to fly the route,...

DIB Bank Celebrates 4 Years in Kenya

A wholly owned subsidiary of the Islamic banking giant, Dubai Islamic Bank PJSC, DIB Bank Kenya (DIBBK) began operations in the gateway to East Africa in June 2017 as a full-fledged commercial bank offering financial services to all Kenyans under the umbrella of Sharia-compliant products and services.