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  1. Huawei ‘ignoring’ concerns as African governments use its tech to censor citizens

    African countries like Burundi were found to have installed Huawei’s technology to also block news websites and blogs deemed critical to the authorities.

  2. Dividend payouts rise as economy improves

    Listed companies now emerging from Covid-19 clampdown give shareholders something to smile about.

  3. Malware attacks in Kenya fall 29 per cent in the year

    New study attributes the fall in cyber attacks to the introduction of new cybercrime fighting models.

    Cyber attack
  4. Mutunga: My fulfilment is seeing tech changing lives

    Safaricom’s Project Manager of Technology Enterprise Services Tabitha Mutunga speaks about the state of women inclusion in tech in Kenya.

    Tabitha Mutunga
  5. From a village boy to Unep coordinator

    The lives that have been touched are my best memories, and I intend to gather as many of them as is humanly possible.

    Richard Munang
  6. Smuggling fears as fake goods seizure declines

    The Kenya Association of Manufacturers has in the past estimated that about 70 per cent of counterfeits are imported.

    Anti-Counterfeit Authority
  7. Kenya targets big foreign companies in tax reforms

    All multinationals with total group revenues of above Sh2.5 billion will be required to provide KRA with details of their financial dealings.

    Times Tower
  8. Collapsed supermarkets owe New KCC Sh500m

    The loss will take a huge toll on finances of the processor, which is already struggling with declined revenue.

  9. China’s Uganda threat evokes SGR debt fears

    MPs are worried Kenya might lose Mombasa port for failing to clear standard gauge railway loan.

  10. ‘Please call me’ inventor wins another round in Sh75bn case

    Mr NKosana Makate says the R47 million (Sh354m) paid to him was insufficient since Vodacom had understated the profits drawn from his invention.

    Nkosana Makate


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