Kenya will receive the first batch of coronavirus vaccines this week, with healthcare workers, security personnel, teachers, hotel workers and the elderly on the inoculation priority list. A dispatch from State House yesterday said the
Global vehicle exporter BE Forward is shaping up to uplift Kenya’s manufacturing sector by upscaling the delivery of equipment and spare parts amid the COVID 19 Pandemic. This comes after a recent report by the
Swedish audio streaming service Spotify has launched in Kenya and four other African countries. Kenyans will now join the over 345 million monthly active listeners to stream popular music and podcasts on the free platform.
Schneider Electric is supporting the Buy Kenya, Build Kenya initiative by announcing the launch of locally-manufactured Prisma iPM electrical switchboards, an initiative that is set to boost job creation opportunities in the country. To ensure
UK-based global insurance solutions firm, Linkham Group will acquire a stake in Resolution Insurance after agreeing to purchase 100percent of the equity holding of private equity impact investment firm, Leapfrog Investments, for an undisclosed sum.
Mombasa County has signed a tourism partnership with the Ukrainian government to revive the sector that is reeling from the effects of Covid-19. The partnership will see Ukraine launch the first charter flight ferrying tourists
President Uhuru Kenyatta has said the Government is committed to continue creating a conducive environment for small-scale traders to prosper. The President said his desire is to see micro, small and medium enterprises growing and
French retailer Carrefour has opened a new store in Nairobi’s Nextgen Mall at a space that was vacated by Souk Bazar supermarket last November. Carrefour, whose local franchise is held by Dubai-based conglomerate Majid Al
American technology giant Google has announced a 10 million US dollar package to support Kenya’s post-COVID-19 recovery efforts. The announcement was made Wednesday evening by Google’s Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai during a virtual meeting