LG introduces 4K OLED televisions in Kenya

By Claire Wanja LG has introduced 4K OLED TVs in the Kenyan market. A 4K OLED TV is an ultra-high definition television in terms of contrast. With...

Dutch firm invests in Kenyan dairy firm

By Claire Wanja/Statetement DOB Equity, a leading Dutch family office, is investing in Countryside Dairy Ltd, the Nyahururu-based dairy-processing firm, to allow the firm to...

Livestock keepers embrace technology to beat drought

By Judith Akolo Pastoralists and farmers in Marsabit County are set to benefit from a Hydroponic and Aquaculture Technology that involves growing of animal fodder...

Kenya raises two billion dollars from Eurobond

Kenya has raised two billion dollars from a Eurobond which the National Treasury attributes to a successful road show conducted with International investors, covering...

African countries pitch for PPP as TICAD 7 kicks off

African countries have called for more Public Private Partnership projects between their governments and Japanese entities. In a speech delivered by African Union Commission...

Govt challenges innovators to develop financial products

The government has challenged innovators to develop more financial products that will help people manage their funds. According to the ICT Authority CEO, Dr...

Equity bank Congo merger with Banque Commercial du Congo approved

Equity Banque Commercial du Congo is set to be the second largest bank in Democratic Republic of Congo with a Balance Sheet of 2.5billion dollars. This...

Kenya’s Sh2.62 trillion budget tabled in Parliament

By Nicholus Nduati The 2.62 trillion shillings National budget for the next financial year was  tabled at the National Assembly debate by members of parliament. The...

Tatu City managers seek incentives to attract investors

The management of the 5,000-acre mixed development project, Tatu City, are calling on the government to incentivize the project including tax exemptions for developers...

Govt sets aside Ksh 569M compensation for human-wildlife conflict

The government has set aside Ksh 569 million for compensation of victims on human-wildlife conflict. Tourism and Wildlife Cabinet Secretary Najib Balala says that his...
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