The African Union said Monday it had suspended Burkina Faso in response to the January 24 coup that ousted President Roch Marc Christian Kabore.
The bloc’s 15-member Peace and Security Council said on Twitter it had voted “to suspend the participation of #BurkinaFaso in all AU
Private hospitals will not offer services to some members of the National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF) beginning January 31, 2022.
According to the Kenya Association of Private Hospitals (KAPH), an agreement which reached between them and NHIF has come to an end and no renewal talks
Mizizi Africa Homes projects a more stable housing market amid uncertainty in the election year
Experts remain bullish on housing despite disruptive elections period
Mizizi Africa Homes has projected a more stable housing market, on rising economic growth trends in election years calling for the shift focus
Safaricom has partnered with NSSF to enable customers to conveniently access services through the NSSF Mini App on the M-PESA Super App.
Customers can register for NSSF membership, keep track of their contributions, top-up and manage their NSSF account, and make Tenant Purchase Scheme (TPS) payments all within
East African Breweries Ltd (EABL) has recorded a 131 percent high in its half-year net profits attributed to the reopening of the bars in the second quarter of 2021.
The firm reported an 8.7 billion shillings net profit in the six months to December 2021 as
President Uhuru Kenyatta has met senior internal security officials drawn from the National Government Administration Office (NGAO) and the National Police Service (NPS).
The meeting follows the issuance of several issued terror alerts against Western nationals by the French Embassy on Thursday warning their nationals living
Google will invest up to Ksh.113.5 billion in Airtel to bolster the Indian telecom operator's digital offerings, the companies said on Friday.
The deal includes a $700 million equity investment in Airtel at a price of $9.77 per share and up to $300 million towards implementing
Kenya Airways (KQ) has resumed daily flights to Dubai following the ease of travel restrictions that had been issued by the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority (DCAA) on flights from Kenya and other African nations.
This is after Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Rachel Omamo assured the country
Scrap metal dealers in Kenya are now pleading with President Uhuru Kenyatta to lift the ban on scrap metal business since they depend on it for their livelihood.
The traders say the ban has threatened their livelihood as they depended on the business to place food
Rwandan authorities said early Friday they would reopen the border with Uganda, ending nearly three years of a standoff that appeared to hurt both countries’ economies and raised fears of armed hostilities.
The announcement came after a period of quiet diplomacy during which Ugandan President Yoweri