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.

Uhuru’s Orders Kill Easter Boom as Restaurants, Hotels Face Collapse [VIDEO]

As revealed by Big Square CEO Lawrence Mudachi who is also the Chair of the Retail Traders Association, the effects of President Uhuru's address on Friday, March 26 immediately sent ripples through the sector.

Nairobi Commuter Rail Adds JKIA Express Service

It combines rail and road transport for passengers going to and from their airport.

Ksh18 Billion-a-Year Mitumba Industry Fights for Changes Amid Threats to Its...

The second-hand clothes sector in Kenya, better known as Mitumba, paid Ksh12 billion in taxes in 2019, and employs over 2 million people. A new report from the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) commissioned by the Mitumba Consortium Association of Kenya, offered numerous insights into the lucrative sector which continues to face threats despite its contribution to the economy.

Safaricom Opens 10,000sq ft Digitized Shop in Nairobi [VIDEO]

Safaricom on Wednesday, December 9 opened the doors to its flagship store along Moi Avenue in Nairobi after four months of renovation. The 10,000 square...

Kakamega to construct refinery for Sh165 billion gold

Mining CS says 30% of the investment in the refinery will be awarded to the local community.

Businesses, Connections that Created the Multi-Billion Moi Fortune

Today the world bids goodbye to the Late President Daniel Arap Moi whose exploits endeared him to some while at the same time creating enemies. But when it...

Why KPLC Could Compensate You for Your Next Blackout

Black-outs have seen many of KPLC's biggest industrial customers invest in their own energy generation capabilities in recent years, in a bid to reduce reliance on the state-owned power distributor. If the regulations published on Tuesday, May 4 are adopted, Kenya Power would have to compensate compensate consumers for financial losses, equipment damage, physical injuries and death due to power outages.

Yatani Finds Himself in Rotich Territory: Expensive Loans ‘Only’ Way to...

Treasury says re-classification of Kenya as a lower middle income economy has made it difficult to get concessional loans

Kenyans Who Swim in Money Even in Tough Economic Times

Report ranks Kenya behind South Africa and ahead of Nigeria, Morocco and Egypt in list of Africa's top luxury markets

Sarova Ventures Into Restaurants With 2 New Brands

They are located in Westlands, Nairobi at Delta Towers' Urban Eatery.