Capt. William Ruto: Meet New Kenya Ports Authority Boss
He is the first substantive Managing Director at KPA since Daniel Manduku resigned under a cloud of corruption allegations three years ago.
NHIF CEO Dr Peter Kamunyo Pushed Out, Samson Kuhora Replaces Him...
The National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) CEO Dr Peter Kamunyo has been pushed out in abrupt changes that will see Samson Kuhora take over...
African Tech Leaders To Converge At Africa Cloud & Security Summit
The Africa Cloud & Security Summit is set to bring together leading experts in cloud computing and cybersecurity for two days of insightful discussions and thought-provoking presentations.
Oigara-led Stanbic Posts Ksh9.1B Net Profit, Up 26%
The 2022 full-year results were the first to be announced by Joshua Oigara since the former KCB Group CEO took over at Stanbic in November 2022.
Britam Appoints Hilda Njeru As New Company Secretary
Britam's board of directors has announced the appointment of Ms Hilda Njeru as the acting Director of Legal and Company Secretary. Hilda will serve in...
Dr. Susan Koech: Meet New CBK Deputy Governor
She is the holder of a a doctorate in business administration from Moi University. Before taking on public office, she was a banker working as head of the Nairobi region for Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) Group.
Gov’t Announces 34 ICT Vacancies – How to Apply
The Public Service Commission (PSC) on Tuesday, March 7th announced vacancies for Information Communication Technology (ICT) officers. A total of 34 roles are open in the Ministry of ICT and Digital Economy.
Radio 47: Kenya’s Newest Radio Station Rocking The Airwaves
Radio 47, the newest kid on the block, is literally shaking Kenya’s airwaves. The management, led by Mount Kenya University (MKU) chairman and founder, Prof Simon Gicharu, is putting final touches to launch plans, set for this month.
Radio 47 Presenters: It’s a Mix Of Top Talent And Charm
Radio 47 presenters: Cape Media, the company running the radio station and TV 47, has poached big names in radio hoping to pull audiences and help grow the station into a leading source of news and information.
China Square Opens Its Doors Once Again
Kuria had called for China Square's closure, stating that Kenya welcomed Chinese investment in manufacturing but not in retail trade. At the same time, local traders from Gikomba and Nyamakima markets launched protests against China Square mall - whose prices were on average 45% lower, attracting hoards of customers.