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Safaricom earns IFC praise for working mothers plan


The International Finance Corporation (IFC) has lauded Safaricom’s childcare programme for working mothers, as a best practice that promotes career growth.

Barclays launches mobile loan app


Barclays Bank of Kenya has launched a new mobile loans service dubbed Timiza, increasing the competition in the lucrative micro lending segment.

Rotich warns taxman on missed revenue targets


Treasury secretary Henry Rotich has issued an ultimatum to the taxman, warning that shortfalls in tax income would not be tolerated.

Cost of permits for Indian textile expats to go down


Indian expatriates at textiles and apparels subsector will enjoy reduced workers’ permit fees from Sh200,000 to Sh10,000 by the end of this month.

Top Architect Rekindling Love Affair with Trees


Aleem Manji has designed Kenya’s most luxurious properties

More rich Italians invest in Malindi


An Italian investor has opened another multi-million shillings luxurious hotel in Malindi, in addition to two others he built on the shores of Indian Ocean.

Bulletproof Doors in Pricey Homes


Homeowners in Kenya are buying bullet-resistant doors to ensure security and add value to their properties.

One thing joint pain is trying to tell you


When you have signs of arthritis.

Saggy underarms? buy boxing gloves


We all envy the likes of Michelle Obama who easily wear sleeveless tops or dresses, this is how to tone flabby skin.

Western Kenya’s largest shopping mall opens doors


Lake Basin Mall is built on an expansive 80-acre piece of land

Gospel Music Mixes with Afropop at Koroga


Festival to feature three female musicians, two secular and one gospel, writes Bill Odidi.

Meet CEO who Wears Ankara to the Office


Phyllis Wakiaga, the chief executive of Kenya Association of Manufacturers, wears little makeup and boldly dresses in African-print attires to the office.

Japan pumps Sh9.53bn into Kenya's oldest geothermal plant


Loan will go towards upgrading Olkaria I Units in Naivasha that were built in 1981

Nyong'o joins Uhuru in Cuba


President Kenyatta is in Cuba for a three-day state visit.

Kenyan Who’s Taking Artworks to Golf Clubs


As the rich’s appetite for art grows, Tom Siambey exhibits and sells pieces in strategic spots.

New Dishes at Hilton


Have you tried mursik cheese? It comes with salmon, chicken wings.

If You Fancy Israeli Cuisine, Pair it With Hangover-Free Wine


Noam Orr, the owner of Baraka Israel is looking to introduce to Kenyans wines which can be paired with different foods.

EABL woos sorghum farmers for Kisumu plant


The brewer targets harvest of over 12,000 tonnes of white sorghum by August.

Meredith moves to sell Time, Fortune and Sports Illustrated titles: sources


The move illustrates how Meredith sees some of Time Inc’s titles that attract primarily male readership

Labour court stops lecturers' strike, declares it illegal


Justice Onesmus Makau orders teaching staff back in class on Monday.

Toyota exploring use of Uber's self-drive tech in its vehicles


Uber Technologies is discussing the possibility of installing its self-driving system in Toyota vehicles

Audit reveals Nakumatt suffered Sh18bn fraud


Administrator orders new assessment as suppliers reject proposed revival plan

You’re picking wrong meat


Master the art of picking steak that tastes like what is served at top restaurants.

London Stock Exchange seeks partnership with NSE


LSE Group is in Nairobi in quest for greater capital markets collaboration

Floating Bar for Thirsty Tourists


Pub sits in Indian Ocean in conservative Lamu Island.