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Safaricom PLC set to define the next phase of growth in Kenya

To enable Kenyans stay at home and businesses adapt to remote work model, Mr. Ndegwa said the company has doubled capacity of ‘Fiber to Home’ and ‘Fiber to Business’.

Government receives Kshs.100 million boost to fight COVID-19

Ventilators are critical in the sense that they aid patients with pre-existing conditions, who are more susceptible Coronavirus infections.

Health CS Mutahi Kagwe urge water, electricity bills to be delayed

The CS echoes part of UNCTAD Secretary General Dr. Mukhisa Kituyi’s advice to the government on utility bills.

New Safaricom CEO Peter Ndegwa take charge under self-quarantine

Outgoing Safaricom CEO Michael Joseph to guide Peter Ndegwa for the next few months during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Government should caution citizens against utility bills, says Dr. Mukhisa Kituyi

The government should look for alternative measures to caution citizens against utility bills such as water and electricity during the coronavirus pandemic.

Kenya power raft measures to serve citizens amid COVID-19 outbreak

The Company will also provide drop-boxes for cheque payments, at all entrances of the banking halls

Relief for companies as CMA extends filing of financial statement period

Firms that can complete and file their statements within the regulatory timelines, are encouraged to do so to ensure investors obtain information in a timely manner.

Kenyans buy houses majorly for resale in the city

Banda Homes have availed possibilities for Kenyans to finally own their own home through the affordable housing model