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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.

New Visa Rule Throws Kenyans’ Travel Plans Into Disarray

The new restriction means that a Kenyan travelling to North America or elsewhere with a connecting flight through Amsterdam or Paris, for instance, will have to apply for a Transit Schengen visa before leaving Kenya.

List Of Kenyans Who Own Helicopters And The Cost Of Hiring...

The French made AS Aerospatiale 350B3e Eurocopter is the most popular brand with Kenyans. The cost of this helicopter is $1.9 million (Ksh202.8 million). The cost goes upwards of Ksh350 million as the chopper has to be assembled in Kenya. It’s flown into the country in parts once it has been purchased.

9 Things Ruto Promised to Deliver Within 100 Days

Business Today looks at seven key things William Ruto promised for his first 100 days in office.

How Uhuru and Ruto were paid four times their salaries

President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy, William Ruto, were grossly over-paid in 2016, according a report of the Auditor General, which reveals their salaries...

Meet the Billionaires Who Attended Ruto’s Inauguration

Also present were a number of influential figures from the world of business. Here, Business Today looks at two notable billionaires whose appearance at the inauguration caught our eye

Drivers to pay Sh5,000 for refresher course

NTSA will also subject the drivers to medical tests on conditions that my affect their daily duties in the road

Cement Billionaires Gang Up Against Narendra Raval Over Plan to Take...

Devki Group owns Simba Cement,  National Cement, ARM Cement and Cemtech. It has spent over Ksh6 Billion in an expansion plan over the past few years including on the acquisition of Cemtech and ARM Cement.

Multi-billion deals inked to boost Africa’s agriculture

Charge was led by the African Heads of State present at a forum in Côte d'Ivoire, who were unanimous in their call for urgent action and committed to lead by example.

 KRA’s Eye On Social Media Posts Enhances Tax Compliance

With the proliferation of social media platforms on which most people have had a tendency to share their ‘lavish’ lifestyles, many tax administrations globally have turned to conducting lifestyle audits for such taxpayers in order to determine whether they are tax compliant.

These will be the 32 most powerful economies in the world...

By 2050, the world is likely to have changed drastically from what we know now, and the planet's economic and financial landscape will be...