1. Kenya re-opens its doors for return of Uganda’s Lato milk

    Rivalry with local processors to rise after lifting of a ban slapped by Uhuru regime.

    Workers load cartons of counterfeit Lato milk
  2. Equity shareholders to get Sh15bn as profit rises 15pc 

    The dividend payout is an increase from the Sh11.3 billion that the lender paid out to its shareholders in the year ended December 2021.

    Equity Group
  3. KPA wants weighbridges reduced to cut red tape and curb delays in port

    KPA boss blamed the many weighbridges for causing unnecessary traffic gridlocks and inconveniencing other road users.

    Trucks pass through the Mtwapa Weighbridge Station in Kilifi County
  4. 800 tycoons drop off dollar millionaires list

    Kenya’s dollar millionaires stood at 7,700 in 2022, a sharp drop from 8,500 in 2021.

    A man with a bundle of dollar bills
  5. Transporters warn demos will hurt regional trade

    The are apprehensive that demonstrations could affect the flow of goods.

    Trucks queue at the Mariakani weighbridge
  6. Family Bank gets Sh4bn AfDB loan for SME support

    The Board of Directors of the AfDB approved the facility which will provide a trade finance line credit to FBL and boost intra-Africa trade and promote regional integration.

    Family Bank
  7. Kitui farmers doing it their way

    A kilo of dried tobacco leaves fetches as much as Sh500 on average in open air markets

    Dennis Mwangangi
  8. MPs go after ex-Treasury chief over Telkom deal

    Joint committee questions the role of former acting director-general in the Sh6.2 billion acquisition

    Stanley Kamau,
  9. Buyouts leave shareholders in pain

    Disatisfied groups fight it out in courts claiming that agreements gave them the short end of the stick

    Central Bank of Kenya offices in Nairobi.
  10. Buying or selling a restaurant or bar?

    At the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, most hospitality outlets were looking for ways to offload their stock, furniture and utensils, a factor that presented a business opportunity

    Charles Mwakio


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