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850 Bars, Eateries To Benefit From KBL’s Covid-19 Economic Recovery Programme

Kenya Breweries Limited (KBL) through its brand Tusker has kicked off the second phase of the Raising the Bar recovery program targeting 850 bars and eateries across...

Hope For Kenya-Ethiopia Trade Ties As Moyale One-stop Border Post Is...

The Kenyan delegation has expressed confidence on stronger trade ties with Ethiopia as procedure manual to guide the two nations in the implementation of the Moyale One-Stop Border Post (OSBP)...

Jambojet Commences Flights to Lamu

Regional low-cost carrier Jambojet has commenced operations to Lamu, becoming its fourth Coastal destination after Mombasa, Malindi and Ukunda. The airline will fly from Nairobi...

PZ Cussons Angles For Ksh6 Billion Male Selfcare Market

Personal care products manufacturer PZ Cussons is angling for a portion of Kenya’s fast-growing multi-billion-shilling male self-care market with its new Sport and Fresh...

Corruption: EACC Puts More Emphasis On Prevention

Corruption, fraud and unethical conduct remain the biggest cancers eating into public and private institutions, retarding their growth in the process, Ethics and Anti-Corruption...

Tanzania Pumps Ksh297 Million To Increase Stake In Shelter Afrique

The Government of Tanzania has increased its stake in Shelter Afrique after paying USD2.7 million (Ksh296.6 million) in additional capital, the pan-African housing development...

KQ Leases Two Aircraft To Congo Airways, Inks Codesharing Deal

National carrier Kenya Airways PLC (KQ), has signed an aircraft lease agreement and begun operating a cargo codeshare partnership with Congo Airways. The agreement will...

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...

Naivasha Geothermal Spa Re-opens To The Public

Kenya Electricity Generating Company PLC (KenGen) has resumed operations of its Olkaria Geothermal Spa (Naivasha Geothermal Spa) and is now open to the public. The...

Dangote’s Plan to Make an Extra Ksh1.3 Trillion a Year

"Today, it takes us two weeks to go to Ghana from Nigeria, which is something we are supposed to do in about 10-12 hours. You invest in trucks to take cement to Ghana and it takes you two weeks and going to Lome in Togo, which is about 270 kilometres from Lagos, is taking us 10 days today as we speak," he stated.