Removal Of Mobile Money Fees Due To COVID-19 Is Making Kenyans Do Fewer But Bigger Transactions

It’s only been a few days since the Kenyan government called for telcos

Hivisasa’s Demise Adds To The Rising Body Count Of Digital-Only Media Firms That Can’t Cut It In Kenya

Another day, another story of a Kenyan digital-only media company throwing in the

Kenyan MPs Have Approved Extra KES 78 Bn In Gov’t Spending – Here’s Why

Kenya’s parliament has granted approval to KES 78.14 Bn (USD 769.85 Mn) in

7 Out Of 10 Are Indebted Permanently – Is Thirst For The Good Life Drowning Kenyans In Debt?

One of the pitfalls of trying to mingle with the Joneses is that

The Buyers Of Kenya’s First Batch Of Crude Have Been Revealed But Most People Just Want To Know Where The Money Went

It’s been nearly a fortnight since Kenya’s President, Uhuru Kenyatta, made it public

It’s Layoff Season In Kenya – Another 255 Employees To Be Cut Loose By Stanbic Despite Decent Profits

It appears it’s layoff season for banks in Kenya. In June this year,

The Fix That Now Needs Fixing – How KSh 20 Worth Of “Good Intentions” Could Cost Kenya Millions In Corrections

Last year, Kenya’s government moved to solve the transportation crisis in Nairobi by