Kenya is seeking a global trade restriction on a tree species used for making wood carvings and music instruments, a Kenyan scientist said.
China's diplomatic clout will re-energize the push for a total ban on ivory trade during the upcoming Convention on International Trade on Endangered Species (CITES), Kenyan officials said on Monday.
Men have fewer car accidents than women, but the damage caused is more severe than accidents where women are involved, Alexander Forbes Insurance statistics reveals.
The Alcatel OneTouch Go Play screams out fun before you take it out of the box.
Kenya needs to act swiftly if it’s to sell Eurobonds by year-end without a jump in borrowing costs, according to the IMF.
30 August 2016, 11:55
Half year profit ended June 2016 gross written premium of 7.09 billion shillings versus 6.20 billion shillings year ago.
29 August 2016, 18:01
As the battle for the world's ride-hailing customers heats up, here's one statistic to consider: Uber is now the most used taxi app in 108 countries.
29 August 2016, 13:32
Kenya’s decision to limit the rate that commercial banks can charge for loans will cloud the central bank’s monetary policy signals and may undermine efforts to keep inflation within the government’s target range, the International Monetary Fund said.
29 August 2016, 12:31
The UN food agency on Saturday called on African nations to prioritize food security, which it said has an important role to play in preventing conflicts and crises on the African continent.
29 August 2016, 08:43
Japan will give Kenya 1 billion yen ($9.78 million) in aid to spur economic and social development, and will extend an as yet unspecified amount for a geothermal power project, the leaders of the two countries said.
26 August 2016, 14:54
Kenya’s biggest bank said the government can do more to help reduce high lending rates by being clearer about its borrowing plans, after President Uhuru Kenyatta signed into law a bill capping the cost of loans.
26 August 2016, 13:22
Farmers in Kenya's Laikipia County have found a clever way to reduce their use of wood for fuel while raising more chickens for cash: an efficient ceramic cooking stove that doubles as a chick brooding box.
26 August 2016, 12:14
The currency had weakened at the start of trading in reaction to the cap on the interest banks can charge borrowers, prompting the central bank to step in.
25 August 2016, 17:23
The East Africa Community (EAC) member states have agreed to cooperate in tackling the growing problem of e-waste management.
25 August 2016, 15:18
Little Cabs will also be rewarding customers with airtime.
25 August 2016, 13:07
One commercial bank has already stopped processing unsecured loans following the signing of the Bill capping interest rates.
25 August 2016, 14:20
NSE turnover rose 173 percent to 8.4 million U.S. dollars Wednesday on a volume of 37 million shares as foreign investors are seeking to cash in on forthcoming Safaricom's dividend payout dominated trading with buys.
24 August 2016, 17:14
Kenya's bank industry body said on Wednesday its members will comply with an amended law signed by Kenyatta capping lending rates, but said it felt an arbitrary rate cap was not in the best interests of most people and businesses.
24 August 2016, 16:16
Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta has signed into law a bill that would cap commercial bank lending rates at 4 percentage points above the central bank's benchmark lending rate, his office said on Wednesday.
24 August 2016, 07:05
It has emerged that out of the 44 registered HR consultancy firms in the country, he said its only 11 have regularised their certificates.
23 August 2016, 14:44
Kenya-based Equity Bank plans to have presence in 15 African countries in the next ten years, officials said on Monday.
22 August 2016, 17:17
The Chinese-funded Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) project will speed up economic transformation in Kenya and the larger eastern African region through increased cross-border trade, investments and easy mobility of skilled personnel, experts told Xinhua in recent interviews.
22 August 2016, 13:35
Kenya said on Friday it has launched the process of ratifying an international maritime deal to help deter illegal fishing.
19 August 2016, 16:37
The Kenyan government said on Wednesday it has adequate human capacity and infrastructure for agricultural biotechnology research and development, including those in genetically modified organisms (GMOs).