Vincent Matinde

Vincent Matinde

About Author

"Vincent is a seasoned business and technology writer, having worked as an African correspondent for international news outlets. He has experience in bringing forth articles that are relevant and speak to the economic, technological and financial aspects of news-makers in this market. You can reach him at [email protected]

MPesa Shakes Off the Effects of the Betting Industry Shutdown to Push Profits for Safaricom

It is not known how much revenue accrued from the betting industry which enabled users to place bets and receive

This Kshs 4 Bn Asset Cooperative Could be the First of its Kind to List on the Nairobi Securities Exchange

More companies are showing the interest to list on the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) with the latest being the Safaricom

Although Hailed as a Tech Hub, Kenya’s Last Mile Connectivity is Relatively Poor

Kenya’s foray into the digital economy has hailed it as one of the progressive markets in Africa. With its mobile

Kenya: Property Prices Rise in Anticipation of the Rate Cap Repeal

Latest data has suggested that the impending repeal of the banking interest rate cap has seen the Banking Rate Cap


Why Mergers in the Kenyan Banking Sector Are Good for the Economy

The Competition Authority of Kenya has given the green light to yet another bank acquisition in Kenya. The Authority approved

#ChartOfTheWeek: East Africa Scores High at Life Expectancy

A conglomerate of five banks has released the Creating Livable Cities: Regional Perspective report that digs deep into the issues

Women-Owned Businesses to Benefit from Kenya Bureau of Standards Certification

Female entrepreneurs are set to receive subsidized market certification services from the Kenya Bureau of Standards (Kebs) in a bid

Kenya to Support Ethiopia’s Geothermal Energy Projects in a Kshs 5.8 Bn Second Deal

Kenya’s energy generator, KenGen has signed a Kshs 5.8 Bn deal to drill 12 geothermal wells in Ethiopia and boost

Kenyan Businesses Optimistic on the Chance of Interest Rate Cap Repeal

Businesses in Kenya are responding to the prospect of having the banking interest rates cap scrapped after the President sent

Mining in Kenya: A Sleeping Giant Due to Lack of Policies

The mineral potential in Kenya is being undermined by poor government policies but could be a sector that opens up

Resource-Rich Countries in Africa Face a Slump in Economic Growth

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has released its Sub-Saharan Africa Regional Economic Outlook, which indicates the countries that rely on

#ChartOfTheWeek: Technology Investments Needed to Achieve Internet Coverage for All in Africa

The World Bank this week released their report on the infrastructure and policy needs to have internet coverage for all.