Month: October 2018


Sophy wa Mtumba: The CPA Graduate Reaping Big From the Mitumba Industry

Second-hand clothes famous as Mitumba clothes have currently sold five times more in the first half of the year than any other ...

How Many Billionaires Will the World Add in the Next Ten Years?

Aspects of life are bizarre and we will never keep up with how certain things keep changing. For instance, the extremely wealthy ...

Kenyan Markets into Focus: The Weekly Wrap
Nakuru County, 2018 Taxify
FridaySecondary market turnover edged up slightly to 2.52 billion shillings on Friday’s session bolstered by trades on FXD1/2018/20 and 5-year ...

Telkom Kenya Invests in Customer Needs to Drive Innovations

Companies get it wrong when they spend too much time on product and service development and ignoring the need to understand a ...

Food Production in Kenya to Improve through Innovative Solutions from Hungarian Government
Hungarian Government
The efforts by the Kenyan government to enhance food security and sustainable agriculture as part of its Big 4 Agenda has received ...

Need Bundles that Last More than 24 Hours? Safaricom Weekly Bundles Just Got Better
Safaricom 4G crazy bundles
You now have no excuse to miss out on the latest trends in lifestyle, news, and stories from around the world when ...

Advantages of Having A Medical Cover and Why Minet Has What You Need
Healthcare Industry
Stats show that the number of Kenyans having an insurance cover is very low. This has been made worse by the misconceptions ...

Kenya’s Gender Diversity Improved to 21.7 Percent in 2018
millennials
The average score on gender diversity has improved to 21.7 percent from 17.1 percent in 2017.This is according to ...

Equities Market Drops for the Week as Turnover Falls to 11.3 Million Dollars
equities market Secondary
The equities market performance in the past week realized a falling trend with the stock market and the all share index declining. ...

Interbank Rate Declines To 3.7% With Traded Volumes Remaining Stable
CBK Announces Ksh 35Bn Tap Sale on the Infrastructure Bond
The average interbank rate declined to 3.7 percent from 5.4 percent the previous week according to stats contained in the ...




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