M-PESA Foundation’s Maternal and Child Health Initiative to Benefit Thousands of Expectant Mothers

The KES.25.2million project which is part of the Safaricom’s 20th anniversary celebrations targets 6,000 expectant mothers across the country.

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Kenya Revenue Authority’s statement on the nullification of the 23 Laws by High Court – Verbatim

The High Court sitting in Nairobi on 29th October 2020 in Petition No. 284 of 2019 consolidated with Petition No. 353 of 2019 has nullified laws passed by the National…

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Equity Partners With AFD To Support MSMEs With USD $100 Million

NAIROBI, 2ND OCTOBER 2020: Equity Group Holdings has announced a new partnership with Proparco, a French Development Finance Institution, which will allow the Kenyan bank to grow and continue its…

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Safaricom Extends Free Digital Learning as Schools Remain Closed

NAIROBI, 16TH JULY 2020: Safaricom has extended free access to digital educational content for primary and secondary school students to 8th September 2020 following the extended closure of learning institutions….

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Controversial Flowerpots Removed From Kisumu Roads To Pave Way For Repairs

KISUMU, 27TH MAY 2020: The City Management of Kisumu has removed the controversial flowerpots on two major highways in the city’s CBD. The flowerpots were introduced in April to separate…

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24 Year Old Garissa Farm Employee Wins Last Lipa Na M-PESA Apartment

16 Customers and Businesses to Win 8 Tractors and 8 Fuso FI Trucks Respectively in Next Seven Days Nairobi, Kenya – 28th February 2020… Safaricom (NSE: SCOM) has today announced…

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SMEs Get Boost from DTB and Simba Corp

NAIROBI, 20TH NOVEMBER 2019: Diamond Trust Bank and Simba Corporation have signed a partnership to enable the Small and Medium Enterprises category to acquire new Fuso trucks. The vehicles will…

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Right Under His Nose

We had sat there for a while talking about everything and anything but what brought us here. When Dave* called, he had said he had a sensitive issue that he…

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Why Kenya’s new cybercrimes law is an attack on freedom of speech

The internet, especially blogs and social media have become a very integral part of the information chain in Kenya. Several scandals involving the loss of millions of dollars and misuse…

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My two cents on the “supreme petition” – Dorcas Sarkozy

I have avoided writing about the on-going theatrics at the Supreme Court (SCOK) because, well they ARE just that, theatrics. Why do I say that? Well let’s start off with…

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