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Booming business as more Kenyans take to coffee drinking

A number of international coffee outlets have entered the Kenyan market intensifying competition with local ones as citizens' love for the beverage surges. Several global...

22-Minute Nyeri-Nairobi Flights Set to Spur Trade, Tourism

The launch of the flights is expected to boost the local economy in the county.

Relief for Business Owners as Govt Extends Disclosure Deadline

Failure to comply with the requirements exposes companies and their directors to stiff penalties.

Joshua Oigara: How Struggling Kenyan SMEs Can Survive 2021 [VIDEO]

He described the scheme as 'the most exciting part of innovation during the pandemic by financial institutions'.

Opera Pilots Built-in Chat Service ‘Hype’ in Kenya

Opera's aggressive push to bridge the digital divide in Africa has seen it grow its user base in Africa by 40 per cent since 2018. As of 2019, over 120 million people on the continent used Opera's browsers and mobile applications. Opera noted that it developed the chat service as it reimagined the future of browsers and what they have to offer - in a bid to enable seamless surfing, sharing and communication without compromising speed or driving increased data consumption.

EABL to Generate Own Power Over KPLC Black-Outs

Two East African Breweries Limited (EABL) subsidiaries plan to set up renewable energy generators at their Ruaraka and Kisumu plants.

KRA Issues Corporate Tax Guidelines Following End of Relief Measures

The guidelines will be used by corporations whose accounting periods ended in the Year of Income 2020 or are due to end in the Year of Income 2021

Kenya Power to Install Solar Panels as Consumers’ Shift Threatens...

Many consumers have sought to install solar to avoid high power costs by KPLC as well as constant black-outs. Now, the state-owned firm is keen on getting a piece of the pie.

Petrol Price Raised by Ksh8 as Kenyans Brace for Tough Times

On February 14, the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) announced a Ksh8.19 increase in the cost of petrol. It will now cost Ksh115.18...

Why Kenyans Are Snapping Up Centum’s Cascadia Apartments

Centum Chief Executive James Mworia asserted that the firm was keen on complimenting President Uhuru Kenyatta's affordable housing agenda. The Cascadia development includes one, two, and three bed roomed apartments, duplexes and town houses totaling 450 units, in 17 floors.