NAIROBI, Kenya, Oct 19 – Kenya Bankers Association is calling for the removal of interest rate capping, a year after it was passed into law. KBA CEO Habil Olaka says the law has had adverse effects on the economy despite its good intentions. Olaka
Yokohama, Japan, Oct 19 - Nissan said Thursday it was suspending all production destined for the local market, as Japan's number-two automaker grapples with a mounting inspection scandal that has already seen it recall some 1.2 million vehicles. The
NAIROBI, Kenya, Oct 19 - Supply of apartments in Kilimani residential area in Nairobi grew by 93.3 percent in the last one year from September 2016. A study by research firm Data Fintech also reveals a growing appetite for three-bedroom apartments
NAIROBI, Kenya, Oct 19 – Kenya’s leading indigenously owned alcoholic spirits manufacturer Africa Spirits Limited (ASL), has launched a new blended whisky targeting to capture the growing whisky market. The launch of Glen Rock Blended Whisky follows
NAIROBI, Kenya, Oct 18 - Kenya Private School Association has struck a Sh60 billion deal with Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) for digital learning devices. The Association’s National Chairperson Mutheu Kasanga says the
NAIROBI, Kenya, Oct 18 - Telkom has unveiled a new data bundle that gives subscribers free calls within the network, free WhatsApp and free SMSs to any local network. Bundle subscribers will also make calls to other networks at Sh2 per minute with
NAIROBI, Kenya, Oct 17 - Liquid Telecom has signed a fiber deal with Kenya Electricity Transmission Company (KETRACO), which will see Liquid operate KETRACOs optical ground wire fiber cable and expand both electricity and internet across East Africa.
NAIROBI, Kenya, Oct 18 - Unilever’s number one soap brand Lifebuoy celebrated the Global Handwashing Day in Kenya by advocating for best handwashing practices that aim to reduce diseases among school going children and therefore curbing school absenteeism.
NAIROBI, Kenya, Oct 18 - With the World Bank getting increasingly concerned about the high cost of remittances to Africa, calls are emerging to improve competition in field and for banks to open their networks to all the players. Dilip Ratha, the head
NAIROBI, Kenya, Oct 17 - China Roads and Bridges Corporation has raised concerns over an alarming rate of livestock accidents with the Standard Gauge Railway trains. CRBC has told Capital FM Business that there have been more than 140 accidents along