Homeboyz: How DJ Brothers Mixed Their Way Into Millions

So how exactly did the deejay brothers go on to build an entertainment empire? An interview with one of their earliest employees, events and marketing guru Fakii Liwali, offered interesting insights on the behind-the-scenes work that went into growing the operation to what it is today.

Equity Launches Replica Of ‘Wings To Fly’ In Rwanda

Equity Bank Rwanda has extended its social impact contribution by scaling up the various programs that are already under implementation through Equity Group Foundation...

Absa Bank to Establish 66 Computer Labs in Schools Across Kenya

Absa Bank Kenya PLC has kicked off an ambitious digital literacy enhancement programme targeting to establish 66 computer labs in schools across the country. The...

How Abel Mutua Spun Profits from Pandemic Woes

He cites one comment in particular in which someone who had been on the verge of suicide told him that his stories had gotten them through a dark period.

Kenya Stands Tall in Africa-wide Youth ICT Innovation Competition

An ICT initiative by Zetech University Kenya has been crowned among top entries in Africa in a continental Youth ICT Innovation Competition backed by...

Real Estate Firm Changes Lives of Differently Abled Kenyans

Real estate firm Myspace Properties visited Isiolo in the latest phase of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) campaign supporting Kenyans living with disabilities. The campaign...

If You Aren’t Building Together, You Are Growing Apart

Whoever said “It’s not about the destination. It’s the journey” never flew on a long haul flight. Those flights can be painful, tiresome, jet-lagging,...

Kenyan Author Alexander Nderitu Inks Deal With US Publisher LA CASE

US-based publisher LA CASE Books has inked a deal with award-winning Kenyan writer Alexander Nderitu. Under the agreement, LA CASE Books will publish two Nderitu titles - When...

Njambi Koikai Returns to Radio After Fight for Her Life

Njambi has been off the air for 6 years and was excited to announce her return on her Instagram page.  1n 2018, Njambi was in and out of hospitals as she battled Endometriosis. She managed to raise funds and travelled to the United States to seek medical attention. After a number of surgeries and procedures, Njambi has been doing well health-wise.

Having Children Will Change Your Marriage — and Not for the...

Whoever said “It’s not about the destination. It’s the journey” never flew on a long haul flight. Those flights can be painful, tiresome, jet-lagging,...