Latest Business

  • Knight Frank report: Prices of prime residential property down 4.5% in 2018

  • GOK engages 18 companies for the possibility of refining Kenya's oil

  • Climate change forces developers to turn to Green projects

  • Kenya, Tanzania officials chase a truce to end months of trade dispute

  • Kenya's government misses revenue target in the previous financial year

  • National Government targets policy to guide Economic Blocs

  • Window closes for shareholders to accept Rubis Energie's offer price

  • Investors lose Ksh 47b in paper wealth by close of trading on 15th February 2019

  • Treasury insists bank rate cap must be repealed for the benefit of SMEs

  • Concerns rife as over 80% of students at KSL fail bar exams

  • SACCOs members taking loans mostly to buy land and finance housing projects

  • Government considering floating a third eurobond to finance ‘Big 4 Agenda’

  • Food Friday: Rejuvenating coconut farming in the Coast

  • BAT posts a 22.5% jump in net profit for 2018 to sh4.1billion

  • ERC reviews prices of super petrol, diesel, kerosene downward

  • Kenya Meteorological Department says near-normal to above normal rains expected

  • Local sugar production declined to 26%, pushing up imports

  • Treasury commissions study to quantify impact of malnutrition

  • Treasury pushes for policies that support inclusive growth

  • Nairobi County said to contribute 60% of Kenya's GDP

  • Scaling up productivity: Productivity is not growing commensurately with counties' growth

  • Digital cab drivers in Mombasa protest harassment

  • Questions abound on how effective the Office of the Auditor General is