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Air operators decry red tape in Kenya’s aviation permits approval

Also want infrastructure improved.

Tame digital gap and cybersecurity to realise full digital economy by 2030 - WB

Issues of cybersecurity and digital gap has been a challenge to many African nations over the past years.

Kenya’s aviation sector strong and best in East Africa – KCAA

This was during a consultative progress review meeting convened by the regulator.

Chebet Kipingor to head EMI's digital growth in Sub-Saharan Africa

The firm provides services to A-List celebrities and Fortune 500 companies

EU cautions Kenya against protectionism

Says country needs to build local capacity and increase value addition on exports.

Merger gives birth to new media firm in Kenya

•The move comes at a time players in the media space are increasingly embracing mergers and acquisitions to remain ...

Shilling to close February at 130 on fresh Fed rate hike - report

Yesterday, the shilling closed at a new low of 124.60 against the greenback.

Bars closure to cost Sh7.5bn in lost business value - Bhalita

An estimated 560,000 employees will be sent home in the mountain region if the directive will be implemented.

Saccos eye state projects to grow profits

This is in the wake of government's plans to cut on expensive loans.

Shell reports highest profits in 115 years

•Energy firms have seen record earnings since oil and gas prices jumped following the invasion of Ukraine •The annual ...

Nairobi to host media sustainability conference

This will be first ever African media festival happening in Nairobi

Digital platforms have boosted Unit Trust uptake - CMA

The increase in retail investors has been fueled by the approval of more fund managers and asset classes

Manufacturers warn of price hikes on costlier excise stamps

National Treasury has proposed an increase from March 1.

Cabinet okays Sh300bn budget cut to tame debt

Uhuru's regime borrowed a cumulative average of Sh6.7 trillion during its nearly 10-year tenure.

Most Kenyans lack a saving scheme - RBA

•Plans on to increase number of those saving from 25 to 30 percent •Concern over graft in some of the schemes

Fintechs shift focus to discipline tools to up Kenya's saving culture

Today, 16.1 per cent of the country's population is surviving on $1.9 or Sh235 per day.

Safaricom taps KCB director for key job

She joins the list of latest changes at Safaricom as CEO Peter Ndegwa continues to build his own team.