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  1. NMG to buy back 10 per cent of its shares

    The share buyback gives shareholders an opportunity to cash out on their investments.

    Stephen Gitagama
  2. Smart kitchens firm Sheffield goes into cold rooms, health

    In 2020, Sheffield added touch-free handwashing solutions, disinfecting and sterilisation appliances to its stable.

    Suresh Kanotra
  3. KQ allows passengers to book extra seat for social distancing

    Kenya Airways launches the service dubbed Economy Max for flyers who want extra space for in-flight safety.

  4. Number of ultra-rich Kenyans shrinks in year of Covid

    Report places Kenyans with a net worth of at least Sh3.3 billion at 90 last year.

    Chris Kirubi, Equity Group CEO James Mwangi and billionaire philanthropist Manu Chandaria
  5. SGR fails to break even for the fourth year running

    The cost of running the SGR was the highest in 2019, hitting Sh18bn against the Sh13.5bn in revenues generated for the year.

    Madaraka Express
  6. PRIME How Tuskys’ directors lived large as the retailer struggled

    Financials from the company show that in 2009 and 2010 alone, the shareholders received Sh206 million in dividends.

    Tuskys Supermarket
  7. Telkom Kenya on the spot over fibre revenue

    Kibati at pains to explain why Telkom continues to collect revenues despite the contract having expired in 2016.

    Telkom Kenya CEO Mugo Kibati
  8. Nigeria has best potential for Islamic banking - Moody's

    Sudan has the highest penetration of sharia-compliant banking.

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  9. Decline in tax revenue 'started before Covid-19'

    The latest revelations by the budget office are contrary to claims by mandarins at the National Treasury.

    Tax
  10. PRIME How Tuskys and Nakumatt shared fate in rise and fall

    Both retailers used elephants on their logos, Tuskys opting for green and Nakumatt for blue.

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