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Scrap metal dealers protest new regulations
They term the new fees of Sh50,000 as too high for artisans and metal collectors. The new requirement, they argue makes it difficult for them to continue operating.
By Esther Dianah 3 months ago
Scrap metal dealers protest new regulations
The women of Young, Famous and African!
The series is centred on the intimate space of celebrities from around Africa.
By Esther Dianah 3 months ago
The women of Young, Famous and African!
SMEs get Yatani's financial boost with enhanced credit facilities
Small businesses emerged as one of the big beneficiaries of this year’s Budget as the government strives to ease access to finance.
By Esther Dianah 4 months ago
SMEs get Yatani's financial boost with enhanced credit facilities
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Maina Misheck: The handyman who now owns a chain of salons
Maina Misheck worked in a plantation as a handyman, bagging Sh195 daily until his mother told him it was enough.
By Esther Dianah 4 months ago
Maina Misheck: The handyman who now owns a chain of salons
Fairmont The Norfolk reopens its doors after 2 years
The hotel that has been in business for over 100 years, is working to ensure it protects its history according to Mehdi Morad.
By Esther Dianah 4 months ago
Fairmont The Norfolk reopens its doors after 2 years
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What fuel shortage? PS Andrew Kamau blames oil firms for lack of capacity
PS Andrew Kamau says reported stockouts only at small marketing companies unable to acquire enough products because of cash flow constraints.
By Macharia Kamau 4 months ago
What fuel shortage? PS Andrew Kamau blames oil firms for lack of capacity
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Why you need a mentor to thrive in second-hand clothes business
The Mitumba sector which has on several occasions faced threats of closure attracts high taxes, which affect their purchase and selling rates
By Esther Dianah 5 months ago
Why you need a mentor to thrive in second-hand clothes business
Taste for Kenya’s avocado grows
The Hass and Fuerte varieties of avocado are exported to Europe, the Middle East and Eastern Europe.
By Esther Dianah 5 months ago
Taste for Kenya’s avocado grows
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Practical steps to nurse finances back to health
Budgeting and paying your loans on time can be a good place to start to beat financial burden wrought on many households by Covid-19
By Esther Dianah 5 months ago
Practical steps to nurse finances back to health
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Campaigns are high season for ad agencies and branding firms
In 2020, many firms suffered as corporates cut down their budget when Covid struck.
By Esther Dianah 5 months ago
Campaigns are high season for ad agencies and branding firms
Tech fuels job losses
Technology has given rise to ride-hailing apps such as Uber and Bolt, which are edging out traditional taxis.
By Esther Dianah 5 months ago
Tech fuels job losses
How to spruce up a home with decorative lighting
With good lighting and illumination, you can determine the mood of a home. It can be cosy or warm or cold depending on the kind of lighting you choose
By Esther Dianah 5 months ago
How to spruce up a home with decorative lighting
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Creative cashes in on wooden pallets, earns Sh20,000 a week
A tweet of a wooden pallet bed Brian Irungu posted in 2020 brought in many clients, it now earns him more than Sh20,000 a week.
By Esther Dianah 6 months ago
Creative cashes in on wooden pallets, earns Sh20,000 a week
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Green beauty trends boost market for indoor plants
Plants and flowers bring aesthetic beauty and comfort to homes. They offer fresh air. Some plants naturally repel snakes among other pests.
By Esther Dianah 6 months ago
Green beauty trends boost market for indoor plants
Amaco fights auctioneers over Sh380,000 debt
African Merchant Assurance Company (Amaco) is fighting off the auction of its assets after defaulting on a payment of Sh388,127 to an accident victim
By Esther Dianah 6 months ago
Amaco fights auctioneers over Sh380,000 debt
School fees payment 'marathon' wearing out most parents, analysts say
Economists say an extra term affected last year’s Christmas with less travel and expenditure.
By Esther Dianah 6 months ago
School fees payment 'marathon' wearing out most parents, analysts say
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Why dukas are still king despite the rise and rise of supermarkets
Incentive of offering goods on credit and convenience of accessibility have seen them outlive large retail chains.
By Esther Dianah 6 months ago
Why dukas are still king despite the rise and rise of supermarkets
Wind power firm to donate Sh880m from carbon credits
Lake Turkana Wind Power (LTWP) is set to benefit from the sale of 880,000 carbon credits it is holding.
By Esther Dianah 6 months ago
Wind power firm to donate Sh880m from carbon credits
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School dropout finds success in making film equipment
Self-taught metal engineer has carved a niche by making and repairing film equipment. He also hires out the equipment he makes for production.
By Esther Dianah 6 months ago
School dropout finds success in making film equipment
Firm donates food to pupils in drought-hit Marsabit
According to a study conducted in Kenya in 2020, almost 1.13 million children aged 6 to 13 are out of school due to drought.
By Esther Dianah 6 months ago
Firm donates food to pupils in drought-hit Marsabit
India visit that revved up electric bikes dream
While some firms import ready-made electric vehicles, others have been assembling auto components to make electric bikes.
By Esther Dianah 7 months ago
India visit that revved up electric bikes dream
Scrap metal dealers protest new regulations
They term the new fees of Sh50,000 as too high for artisans and metal collectors. The new requirement, they argue makes it difficult for them to continue operating.
By Esther Dianah 3 months ago
Scrap metal dealers protest new regulations
The women of Young, Famous and African!
The series is centred on the intimate space of celebrities from around Africa.
By Esther Dianah 3 months ago
The women of Young, Famous and African!
SMEs get Yatani's financial boost with enhanced credit facilities
Small businesses emerged as one of the big beneficiaries of this year’s Budget as the government strives to ease access to finance.
By Esther Dianah 4 months ago
SMEs get Yatani's financial boost with enhanced credit facilities
Premium
Maina Misheck: The handyman who now owns a chain of salons
Maina Misheck worked in a plantation as a handyman, bagging Sh195 daily until his mother told him it was enough.
By Esther Dianah 4 months ago
Maina Misheck: The handyman who now owns a chain of salons
Fairmont The Norfolk reopens its doors after 2 years
The hotel that has been in business for over 100 years, is working to ensure it protects its history according to Mehdi Morad.
By Esther Dianah 4 months ago
Fairmont The Norfolk reopens its doors after 2 years
Premium
What fuel shortage? PS Andrew Kamau blames oil firms for lack of capacity
PS Andrew Kamau says reported stockouts only at small marketing companies unable to acquire enough products because of cash flow constraints.
By Macharia Kamau 4 months ago
What fuel shortage? PS Andrew Kamau blames oil firms for lack of capacity
Premium
Why you need a mentor to thrive in second-hand clothes business
The Mitumba sector which has on several occasions faced threats of closure attracts high taxes, which affect their purchase and selling rates
By Esther Dianah 5 months ago
Why you need a mentor to thrive in second-hand clothes business
Taste for Kenya’s avocado grows
The Hass and Fuerte varieties of avocado are exported to Europe, the Middle East and Eastern Europe.
By Esther Dianah 5 months ago
Taste for Kenya’s avocado grows
Premium
Practical steps to nurse finances back to health
Budgeting and paying your loans on time can be a good place to start to beat financial burden wrought on many households by Covid-19
By Esther Dianah 5 months ago
Practical steps to nurse finances back to health
Premium
Campaigns are high season for ad agencies and branding firms
In 2020, many firms suffered as corporates cut down their budget when Covid struck.
By Esther Dianah 5 months ago
Campaigns are high season for ad agencies and branding firms
Tech fuels job losses
Technology has given rise to ride-hailing apps such as Uber and Bolt, which are edging out traditional taxis.
By Esther Dianah 5 months ago
Tech fuels job losses
How to spruce up a home with decorative lighting
With good lighting and illumination, you can determine the mood of a home. It can be cosy or warm or cold depending on the kind of lighting you choose
By Esther Dianah 5 months ago
How to spruce up a home with decorative lighting
Premium
Creative cashes in on wooden pallets, earns Sh20,000 a week
A tweet of a wooden pallet bed Brian Irungu posted in 2020 brought in many clients, it now earns him more than Sh20,000 a week.
By Esther Dianah 6 months ago
Creative cashes in on wooden pallets, earns Sh20,000 a week
Premium
Green beauty trends boost market for indoor plants
Plants and flowers bring aesthetic beauty and comfort to homes. They offer fresh air. Some plants naturally repel snakes among other pests.
By Esther Dianah 6 months ago
Green beauty trends boost market for indoor plants
Amaco fights auctioneers over Sh380,000 debt
African Merchant Assurance Company (Amaco) is fighting off the auction of its assets after defaulting on a payment of Sh388,127 to an accident victim
By Esther Dianah 6 months ago
Amaco fights auctioneers over Sh380,000 debt
School fees payment 'marathon' wearing out most parents, analysts say
Economists say an extra term affected last year’s Christmas with less travel and expenditure.
By Esther Dianah 6 months ago
School fees payment 'marathon' wearing out most parents, analysts say
Premium
Why dukas are still king despite the rise and rise of supermarkets
Incentive of offering goods on credit and convenience of accessibility have seen them outlive large retail chains.
By Esther Dianah 6 months ago
Why dukas are still king despite the rise and rise of supermarkets
Wind power firm to donate Sh880m from carbon credits
Lake Turkana Wind Power (LTWP) is set to benefit from the sale of 880,000 carbon credits it is holding.
By Esther Dianah 6 months ago
Wind power firm to donate Sh880m from carbon credits
Premium
School dropout finds success in making film equipment
Self-taught metal engineer has carved a niche by making and repairing film equipment. He also hires out the equipment he makes for production.
By Esther Dianah 6 months ago
School dropout finds success in making film equipment