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New retail players are unveiling innovative ways to keep Kenyan families going

Given the uneven prices of everyday basic items like flour, sugar, or milk, it is easy to see why virtual retailers will continue flourishing. In layman’s terms, a virtual...

Relief for Brookhouse parents as court orders resumption of online classes

Nairobi 13th May 2020 – High court Justice Weldon Korir has today issued orders that will see kindergarten to year 4 pupils at Brookhouse School resume online classes effective immediately.

Carrefour is taking active initiatives to support poor Kenyans clobbered by COVID-19

It is true that this pandemic has arbitrated a destruction spree that has left much of the country’s economy terrorized. But it is poor Kenyans who may suffer the worst.

A digital revolution is at the heart of Huawei’s plan for Africa

In the South African township of Gugulethu, lockdown life hasn’t stopped 13-year-old Hlumelo - a ballet dancer; from doing his thing. Every day, this young man who is...
Covid-19 nurses

Equity bank and the MasterCard Foundation are pledging Ksh 1.1 Billion to boost the...

In a patriotic initiative directly spearheaded by Equity’s boss Dr. James Mwangi, Equity Group Foundation and The MasterCard Foundation have pledged Ksh 1.1 Billion to reinforce the national war against the nightmarish...