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  1. CBK finally winds up Charterhouse Bank

    The lender had 10 branches in Nairobi, Kisumu and Mombasa.

    Chaterhouse Bank Limited
  2. Twitter introduces Tip Jar feature to let users to send, receive tips

    A limited number of users around the world who tweet in English can add a "Tip Jar" feature to their profiles

  3. Pandemic pushes more Kenyans to digital payments

    Survey shows that contactless payments have hit an all-time high.

  4. Kenya to send 30,000 skilled workers to Gulf States

    The targeted countries include Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.

    Labour CS Peter Tum
  5. Kenya and Tanzania thaw trade tensions

    President gives Munya two weeks to end stand-off over maize imports from Tanzania.

    Uhuru Kenyatta and Samia Suluhu
  6. Microsoft pledges to store European cloud data in Europe

    Microsoft's European clients have long been concerned over the legal status of data they store with US companies in the cloud and the extent to which they could be scrutinised by US authorities.

  7. PRIME No end to woes at financially struggling Mumias

    The miller sent 800 workers home last month.

    Mumias Sugar Company
  8. PRIME Suluhu brings solutions to trade barriers

    Presidents oversaw the signing of an MoU on the development of a natural gas pipeline from Tanzania to Kenya.

    President Samia Suluhu Hassan
  9. PRIME Storm over Yatani’s quest to bypass MPs on VAT rates

    Treasury boss is seeking unfettered powers to set value added tax rates by changing the VAT Act without parliamentary approval.

  10. Facebook's Workplace tool grows as jobs go remote

    The service still trails behind top rivals like Zoom and Microsoft Teams.



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