KICC defends its marketing costs, pushes for global conferences

She said the management is looking to enter into seven new markets in its campaign

Cash payment still 'King' despite digital money growth- survey

Almost 90 per cent of dependents got their money in cash, 33 per cent via mobile money.

I&M Bank in Sh300 million debt row with Hi-Plast Limited

This is the second time the court is stopping I&M Bank from auctioning a property

Kiambu county farmers position themselves to reap from avocados

Last year Kenya earned Sh78 billion out of exporting avocado.

State to destroy 'mercury' sugar in contraband war

Trade CS Peter Munya says the goods are non-compliant to the country's standards

Athi Water rebrands in bid to provide better services

The agency provides water services for the people of Nairobi, Muranga and Kiambu Counties.

KPA lures shipping lines to Lamu despite poor infrastructure

The region is also prone to terror attacks with frequent IED explosions on the roads

Central Bank issues an alert on illegal forex traders

The banking regulator said those platforms are downloadable on Google Play and Apple App Store

Diani Reef Hotel to expands with additional 114 new rooms

The facility, which sits on a 40-acre parcel of land, currently has 143 rooms.

New financial reporting template for hospitals unveiled

PSASB said the template which targets three hundred levels four and 11 levels five hospitals will improve transparency.

MPs seek public support in Kenya pipeline probe

Members of the public are required to submit “any views they may have on the inquiry”.

Call to government to establish water recycling policies

Putting in place policies and regulations should go hand in hand with investing in the right infrastructure

CMA approves Kenya’s first Green Bond for construction of hostels

The Issuer will raise the funds from only targeted sophisticated investors

Toyota to expand HINO trucks assembly plant in Kenya

In Kenya, commercial vehicles currently take up to 53 per cent of the total motor industry in terms of market size.

Kenya set for first crude oil exports

ChemChina UK's initial purchases are expected to be small-scale, with full commercial shipments

Capital Markets Authority approves Kenya’s first Green Bond

Bond seeks to raise Sh5bn to finance sustainable, climate-resilient student accommodation.

Kenya’s high debt service ratio worry experts

The country has been witnessing a rapid downward trend since 2012