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    Nearly half of the Kenya's external debt is denominated in foreign currencies. Debt repayments suspended by G2O and China due to the pandemic in the last fiscal year have resumed.

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    ‘Money Matters’ goes off air over money matters

    Money Matters, NTV’s weekly business magazine programme, has gone off air, inside sources have revealed, attributing the move to lack of sponsorship.The programme features...

    Skype calls offer cybercafés a lifeline

    NAIROBI - A young woman sitting before a computer at a cybercafé in Nairobi, Kenya laughs heartily and gestures with her right hand, as...

    Makhtar Diop takes over as World Bank Vice President for Africa

    World Bank's new vice-president for Africa Makhtar Diop took over office today to oversee its activities on the continent. Mr Diop, a Senegalese...

    Free sanitary pads project for school girls begins to roll

    A local sanitary pads manufacturing company has teamed with the Ministry of Education to supply free sanitary towels to schools. Speaking during a media...

    LG launches its cloud in Kenya

    Giant electronics manufacturer LG Electronics (LG) has announced the opening of ‘LG Cloud’ service which allows users to manage and consume all types of...

    Safaricom scraps unlimited internet bundles

    Mobile services operator Safaricom has ended unlimited mobile data services bundles.The mobile service provider announced that it will abandon the sale of unlimited mobile...

    LG Partners with KIE and Microsoft to launch Model Classroom

    In the bandwagon of cloud storage, global electronics manufacturer LG has not been left behind as it has launched model classroom using virtual computers...

    Cheers! Johnnie Walker still walking

    Lovers of Scotch whisky can sit back and raise a glass to Johnnie Walker — contrary to reports this wildly popular brand isn’t closing...

    Blackout interrupts President Kibaki’s speech

    President Kibaki was caught up in the current spate of power outages in Nairobi when he was embarrassingly forced to halt his speech while...

    Apps boost smartphone sales, says Ericcson report

    Apart from the desire for better or faster internet access, the main reason for buying a smartphone is to gain access to mobile apps,...

    Stellah Kilonzo to step down in June as head of capital markets regulator

    NAIROBI  (Xinhua) - Kenya's Capital Markets Authority (CMA) announced on Tuesday that its CEO Stella Kilonzo will be stepping down in June after serving...

    Ground floor crack sparks panic at Development House

    Business at Development House in the city centre came to a standstill yesterday afternoon after a security alert was issued and tenants asked to...

    Kenyans Win at London Marathon

    LONDON — Kenya continued its dominance of the world’s big-city marathons on Sunday as Wilson Kipsang won the London Marathon in 2 hours, 4...

    Postal services defy tech invasion

     NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- That instant messaging technologies like email, social media and mobile phones have shrunk fortunes of postal services in Kenya is a...

    Signon dons a new identity

    Transport and logistics company, Signon Freight Ltd, has rebranded to Signon Group to expand its scope of business in the growing regional market.Launching the...

    Safaricom doubles internet speeds

    NAIROBI - Mobile services operator Safaricom has upgraded its network to speed up  internet connection speed. CEO Bob Collymore announced yesterday that...

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