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Carol Radull Leaves Radio Africa, Mocks Her Job Saying She Is...

Insiders at Radio Africa have told Business Today that Ms Radull may have been among a number of employees whose contracts expired at the end of July but were not renewed. The company two years ago changed the terms of employment for majority of its staff from permanent to contracts, as away to deal ease out some of the highly paid employees.

StarTimes Introduces New Entertainment, Fashion Content Offerings

The new content will see bouquets enriched at no extra cost to the monthly subscription rates.

Wambui Waweru Exits Capital FM After 20 Years

Owned by business mogul and industrialist Chris Kirubi who passed away in June, Capital FM has in recent years witnessed some big changes including a wave of high-profile staff exits and new faces being brought on board.

Defamation: Little-Known Businessman Wins Millions Against Star Newspaper

In the article published on 26th September, 2018, titled “EACC Probes Obado’s Sh100m Palatial Home”, The Star, quoting the the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission, reported that Mbingo Enterprises was one of the dubious companies registered by Mr Obado and which was used to build his home. It also reported that Omondi received Sh700 million in questionable contracts by the county.

6 Kenyan TV Series and Movies to Watch on Showmax

When it comes to local TV shows and movies, Showmax boasts an impressive slate of over 200 Kenyan titles that you can stream or binge-watch on the platform

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.

Bullish Outlook For Kenyan Media As Advertising Heads To Sh900 Billion

In 2020, Kenya experienced a 28% dip in advertising revenues as outdoor advertising fell sharply after companies cut spending during the Covid-19 pandemic. “This year, not surprisingly, the twin forces induced by COVID-19 — economic disruption and powerful shifts in consumer behaviour — challenge our underlying assumptions and frame our insights," the report says.

Kipchoge: The Last Milestone Lands on Showmax Ahead of Tokyo 2020

Kipchoge said, “It was a privilege working with director Jake Scott and his team to capture the story of my journey to breaking the two-hour marathon barrier. I hope this film will share my message and inspire people around the world for generations to come to have the courage to dream big and push past their limits.”

Standard Media Sacks High-Profile Editor, 5 Months Into The Job

When Peter Opondo joined Standard Group on 1st February this year, he was doubted as the man who would turnaround the company’s broadcast division. But his exit barely five months later was unceremonious and, maybe acrimonious, a stark contrast of his entry that was marked with pompous epithets.

Betty Kyallo’s New Reality Show and Why it Has Fans Excited

Betty, one of Kenya's most influential personalities, is set to pull back the curtains on her life taking viewers behind-the-scenes, beyond the glitz and glamour. The show will also feature Betty's sisters Mercy and Gloria Kyallo.