Hotels, land and companies owned by President Uhuru Kenyatta

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The son of Jomo Kenyatta, Kenya’s first president, Uhuru was raised in a wealthy and politically powerful Kikuyu family. He attended St. Mary’sSchool in Nairobi, where he played as...

Star Times online APP showcases broadcaster’s premium content

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Pay television broadcaster StarTimes has moved to further drive the appeal for it’s over the top (OTT) business through the introduction of premium content...

Co-op Bank kicks off annual workshop to train Co-operative Officials

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Co-operative Bank has kicked off its annual national co-operatives workshop where a chief executive from across the country deliberate on key issues concerning the...

Odibets’ 150% boost is changing the betting game in Kenya

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Kenya’s biggest betting offer site Odibets.com just got better. If you win a football multibet with up to 32 selections, you’ll get a multibet...

TV47 Re-launches to Swahili station

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The competition for the airwaves is increasingly gaining momentum with investors launching new tablets to cut their niche in the competitive market which is...

Wife of Late Naivas Tycoon’s Mukuha Dies At Aga Khan

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Widow to the deceased Naivas Supermarket Tycoon, Simon Mukuha, has passed on barely three weeks after he succumbed to a stroke. Monica Wanjiru Gashwe, 58,...

Expired Diapers and plastic bags seized in Kamukunji

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DCI officers from Parklands acting on an intelligennce report raided  Double vision  shop in kamukunji Nairobi along Temple Road in Kamukunji area where they...

Star Times injects sh 200M to promote local content

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Pay Television Company Star Times Media has unveiled a Sh 200 million  investment towards the company’s progressive efforts for the development of local content. The...

The refugee millionaire who turned his camp into a business empire

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By Joyce Mukami After fleeing persecution in Ethiopia, Mesfin Getahun arrived in Kakuma with nothing. Now he runs a business based on trust, friendship and...

Safaricom beats Raila boycott call, posts outstanding profit

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Safaricom’s net income grew by 14.7 percent to Sh63.4 billion up from Sh55.4 billion reported in 2018. In 2017, National Super Alliance (NASA) leader Raila...
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