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  1. Djibouti's Salaam African Bank expands into Uganda

    The acquisition of the bank comes amid growing financial distress among financial institutions in Uganda.

    Ugandan currency
  2. KRA fringe benefits tax increase hits employers

    The fringe benefits tax is a levy imposed on staff receiving extra perks, such as cheap loans, in addition to their wages.

  3. Scramble on for financial prize of electric vehicles

    Players in the clean mobility segment target the nascent sector to cash in on shift from fossil fuels.

    electric car
  4. I based my business on a nutritious fruit that keeps giving

    With an initial capital of Sh10, 000, she bought cooking gas, pots and a few kilos of tamarind and got to work.

  5. Piracy purge gives DStv wriggle room

    MultiChoice's victory against Internet service providers in the war on illegal streaming renews its market confidence and bid to boost bottom line in era of rising costs

    Multichoice
  6. A new government is coming, is your business aligned to its priorities?

    It is essential to develop a good understanding of the administration’s plans, including the 47 county governments that control a huge chunk of the budgets for servicing devolved services.

  7. New 10,000 meters to seal Nairobi water cash leaks

    Huge revenue shortfall has been recorded due to high amount of unbilled supplies.

    water meter
  8. Innovators challenged to focus on other sectors besides technology, agriculture

    Rising energy prices and unreliable power supply that hamper production have forced businesses to rethink the ways they consume fossil fuels and other natural resources, hence emerging sectors...

    business
  9. Lucy Kiruthu: How will we hold leaders to account?

    Let us vote and return to building our country in our small ways

    Raila Odinga
  10. Virtual Pay gets CBK nod to operate in Kenya

    This comes just weeks after Virtual Pay extended its regional footprint by launching in Tanzania.

    Central Bank of Kenya offices in Nairobi

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