Safaricom Ethiopia Launches Massive Recruitment Drive
“Our ongoing recruitment process is intentionally guided by the promise of a digital future for the people of Ethiopia. By June next year, we aim to build a team of 1000 employees driven by innovation and digital solutions. We will also offer all employees comprehensive digital training packages through our #1moreskill training programme – a gateway to new skills in the digital economy,” he said.
Smart Importer Walks Out With Sh500M From KRA
Kenya Revenue Authority is licking its wounds after a failure of internal systems created a loophole for businesses to enrich themselves with tax revenues.
Deluxe Motors, Bank Of Baroda Sign Asset Finance Deal
Bank of Baroda has today signed an asset finance deal with Deluxe Motors that will see the lender finance up to 90 percent of...
Blow For Kenyan Potato Farmers As KFC Refuses To Disclose Standards
Despite promising to source raw potatoes from Kenyan farmers, American fast food retail giant Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) has refused to disclose required standards...
Keroche Fights to Survive as KRA Comes Knocking
Karanja in the second half of 2021 announced her bid to become Senator of Nakuru County. She has fashioned her campaign along representing investors' and manufacturers' interests in the county and Kenya in general.
The Future Of Online Casino Industry In Kenya
Since the outbréak of the global pandémic, many industries have been suffering because of the various restrictions and limitations that have been introduced during...
Churchill Launches Arts School Ahead of TV47 Debut
"We realized that so many youth have untapped talents in performance and creative arts. We aim to reactivate and rejuvenate their talents through this Churchill Institute of Performing Arts," he observed.
Oxfam Reveals The Five Wealthiest Kenyans
The data was released ahead of the World Economic Forum (WEF) Davos meeting to be held virtually this year from January 17th to 21st.
Inside Safaricom’s ‘Free’ Faraja Loans For Buying Goods
Safaricom has introduced interest-free loans on its M-Pesa platform, that will allow customers to shop for goods worth up to Ksh100,000 and pay later. The...
Happiness Index: Kenya Drops 33 Places in 2022
“The worsening cost of living situation in the country has been compounded by rising oil prices and weakening shilling. Kenyans are feeling the pinch, the government needs to lower the burden," he stated.