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Dennis Itumbi’s HNIB: Propaganda Machine or DP’s Secret Weapon?

The self-declared 'Hustler Nation Spokesman' has always had a knack for stirring political conversations, but in 2021 his strategy took an interesting turn with the creation of the 'Hustler Nation Intelligence Bureau (HNIB)'.

KCB Bank Joins Global Lion Conservation Bid

The Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) has committed to supporting a global campaign aimed at raising public awareness on the plight of lions in Africa. The...

Co-op Bank in South Sudan Venture on Course Despite Stumbling Blocks

The transfer of the government's stake to the co-operative movement in South Sudan has been delayed by hindrances including political and economic instability.

Saccos in Kenya Struggle to Adapt as Tech, Covid-19 Change the...

“Our research indicates that Saccos are increasingly investing more resources in technology and security but most are still unprepared for the Data protection law”, said Mathenge.

Kenya’s Multi-Billion Shilling Family Businesses and Succession in a Pandemic

According to research, 70% of family businesses will have lost their wealth by the second generation, while 90% will have lost it by the third generation.

Britania Foods: Biscuit Kings Crumble Under Weight of Debts

Among creditors who have been demanding their dues from Britania is flour manufacturer Uzuri Foods Ltd who filed a petition seeking to have the firm's assets liquidated to recover a Ksh17.3 million debt.

Cytonn CEO Edwin Dande’s Latest Multi-Billion Shilling Fight

The last straw for Dande was a 24-hour notice Cytonn was given for a meeting with CMA a day before they were hit with the order to change their name.

What New Mobile Loans Bill Means For You

The bill places digital lenders under the ambit of CBK much like commercial banks, saccos and micro-finance institutions.

Price of Allegiance: The Millions Kenyans Earn Representing Other Countries

In many cases, Kenyans who choose to compete for other countries retain connections to home, thanks to family ties and still training in the same North Rift camps as their Kenyan counterparts.

Peter Munga’s Multi-Billion Power Play That Stunned Africa

Painting Munga as an uncompromising businessman, the commission concluded: "Peter Munga was a business tycoon and all the Mauritian professionals involved put together were no match for him singly alone. He was able to dictate both time and terms, price and party."