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BRS assumes registration of trusts

The Business Registration Service (BRS) has taken over the registration and incorporation of trusts with immediate effect. This follows amendment of the Trustees (Perpetual Succession)...

Umoja: Google’s new undersea cable to link Kenya with Australia

American technology giant, Google, has announced plans to invest in a new fibre optic cable anchored in Kenya as well as help the country...

Higher revenue lifts KCB Group net profit by 69pc

KCB Group profit after tax jumped 69pc in the first quarter of this year to Ksh 16.5 billion from Ksh 9.8 billion reported last...

NCBA books a net profit of Ksh 5.3B in first quarter

NCBA Group profit after tax has risen by 4.7pc in the first three months of this year to Ksh 5.3 billion from Ksh 5.1...

Facebook is still Kenya’s most influential platform

Meta owned social media platform, Facebook, has firmed its position as Kenya’s top social media platform with a share of 49.4pc. Audience Measurement and Industry...

Tourism arrivals beat pre-pandemic numbers to grow 35pc

The number of international visitors to Kenya breached the two million mark last year with Kenya attracting 2,086,800 million tourists representing a 35.4pc growth...

Govt doubles affordable housing units completed to 3,357

The government through the State Department for Housing and Urban Development (SDHUD ) managed to complete 3,357 affordable housing units last year from 1,390...

Kenya’s economy grows 5.6pc as exports surpass Ksh 1 trillion

Kenya posted a real gross domestic product of 5.6pc last year from 4.9pc in 2022 according to latest data by the Kenya National Bureau...

KNCCI faults proposed Ksh 2M penalty on eTIMS non-compliance

The Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KNCCI) says the country is staring at job cuts and collapse of small business if penalties...

Property in coast now rival Nairobi as prices soar on demand

Increased demand for residential properties in Kenya’s coast has seen prices soar by more than 400pc with the market now rivaling properties in Nairobi...


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