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Kenya is the biggest economy in East Africa and most watched in sub-Saharan Africa, being the regional business hub. BT brings you comprehensive coverage of the various economic sectors.

James Mwangi’s Crypto Endorsement Stirs Debate

“Africa will benefit substantially from leapfrogging on the fourth industrial technologies, and cryptocurrency is one of them,” he stated.

Kenyans Fuliza Ksh962M Daily – Safaricom

In comparison to Fuliza's 31% revenue growth in 2021, M-Shwari and KCB M-Pesa - Safaricom's two other mobile lending products - fell 13.4% and 18.7% respectively.

Nairobi Expressway Opening – 10 Things You Should Know

The mega-project, the capital's new centerpiece cutting through the city, has divided opinion. It is intended to help cut the time wasted in Nairobi's notorious traffic significantly.

Kenya’s Debt Contracts – Govt Sued for Keeping Deals Secret

"The overall concern that triggered this litigation is that the Cabinet Secretary, National Treasury and Planning continues to borrow in the name of the Republic of Kenya without being accountable to the public and without availing documents related to the borrowing to the public."

HELB Extends 100% Penalty Waiver

The waiver dubbed 'Kamilisha Malipo ya Helb' was originally slated to run from 1st March 2022 to 30th April 2022.

10 Kenyan Firms Ranked Among Africa’s Fastest Growing Companies

Companies on the list were ranked based on the highest annual compounded growth in revenues (CAGR) between 2017 and 2020.

Vehicles You Can No Longer Import in Kenya – Full List...

The move represents the implementation of the National Automotive Policy aimed at supporting locally assembled and manufactured vehicles.

Kenyans Miss Out on 23.4% Pay Rise as Employers Reject Atwoli...

Workers argue that the sky-rocketing cost of living which has seen prices of key food commodities rise, the fuel shortage, as well as the lingering effects of the pandemic which saw incomes and jobs lost, justify an increase.

Milk Shortage Hits Supermarket Shelves in Kenya

The milk shortage has lasted for several weeks. The situation has driven up prices of the commodity across the country.

Petrol Hits Ksh144 Per Litre as Fuel Shortage Bites

Super Petrol, Diesel and Petrol will go for Ksh144.62, Ksh125.5 and Ksh113.44 respectively in Nairobi. The hike comes amid a massive fuel shortage that has left Kenyans frustrated and slowed down economic activity, in addition to sparking a row between the government and oil marketers on alleged hoarding.