Kenya Airways’ Rightsizing Exercise May Not Be As Easy As Its Pay Cut Move

As the coronavirus pandemic takes its heavy toll on the world’s aviation industry,

Uchumi, A Kenyan Homegrown Retail Brand, Is Still Struggling With Debt

The fall of Nakumatt has to be one of the best-known sagas in

Africa’s Biggest Telco Is Suing Ghanaian Authorities In Monopoly Scuffle

The MTN Ghana monopoly debate has taken quite the turn. The telco is

As Sugar Business Goes Sour In Kenya, 21 Countries Face Bitter Times

The ailing sugar sector in Kenya got a reprieve after importers were locked


How Online Freelancers In Africa Are Paying For Germany’s Wirecard Fraud

Until the middle of last month, Wirecard, the German payment company that once

Madagascar’s New Commercial 5G Was Built By Ericsson, Not Huawei

Much of Africa’s commercial 5G development has been made possible by partnerships with

MTN Has Finally Joined The Race To Expand 5G In South Africa

Africa’s largest telecommunications provider has launched 5G in its home market, finally joining

A Kenyan Bank Is Giving Up 90% Shares In A High-Profile Buyout Plan

Jamii Bora Bank (JBB) in Kenya is earmarked for a major shift in