Theresia Kyalo: Kenyan jeweller signed by Beyoncé Knowles on the pop artist’s directory of Black Owned Businesses

From her photos online, Theresia Kyalo possesses a piercing, quirky charm. In-person, the jeweller is refined and collected. The young multidisciplinary artist is a fixture on the scene of what… Read more »

Unity Homes teams up with Korean firm to fast-track Tatu City houses

Kenyan-British housing developer Unity Homes has partnered with South Korea’s KumKang Kind to fast track delivery of 1,200 units at Ruiru’s Tatu City. Unity Homes chief executive Jason Horsey said… Read more »

Doctor at your doorstep: How telemedicine is taking root in Kenya

More hospitals in Kenya, including walk-in clinics, have found a niche in telemedicine for patient consultations. A number of these health facilities have been cancelling hospital visits with more people… Read more »

Kenyan Voter wants Jubilee Party deregistered over flaws

A voter has moved to court seeking the deregistration of Jubilee Party for breaching its own constitution by failing to conduct grassroot elections. Political pundits have billed the 2022 polls… Read more »

Karume family appoints new trustees to run Sh40b estate

The family of former Defence minister Njenga Karume yesterday appointed four new trustees, ending a five-year battle on the running of his multi-billion shilling estate. The estate estimated to be… Read more »

Cytonn’s glass house cracks

Cytonn Investment Limited is a brick baked in the kiln of defiance; that it takes to hitting people’s heads even when it contains structural weaknesses within, may have it crack… Read more »

How MP Gachagua moved Sh12 billion in just seven years

On the list of wealthy industrialists, Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua hardly features. His billionaire status has been baffling state agencies, which are now seeking to understand how the Mt Kenya… Read more »

Wycliff Cox: Kenya writes to the UK demanding justice over assault of a Kenyan man by police[VIDEO]

Kenya has written to the United Kingdom (UK) demanding justice over assault of a Kenyan national by police officers in Colchester, Essex. The assault incident was captured in an undated… Read more »

How TSC strategy reduced Knut to a shell

Outwitted, outmanoeuvred and frustrated by the government, the Kenya National Union of Teachers is in dire straits. Starved of funds, abandoned by members and rocked by internal wrangles, Knut is… Read more »

UK retail chain Tesco suspends avocado supply from Kakuzi Kenya on rights concerns

UK retail chain Tesco has suspended the purchase of avocados from multinational Kakuzi and its majority shareholder Camellia Plc, following a class action suit levelling accusations of gross human rights… Read more »

Deputy Head Teacher Emmy was set on fire by the man she loved

They had a quarrel and Emmy Chepkoech Mitey, the deputy head-teacher of Cheptalal Primary School, decided to leave.  Three weeks later, her husband Robert Tonui followed her to her father’s… Read more »

Nyandarua Couple’s journey of resilience: From hawking to building a strawberry empire

A decade ago, Kenneth Kinuthia was a lumberjack, working across the country to find the best timber from various forests, cutting down trees and selling off the wood to dealers… Read more »

Ex-cabin crew member flies high on farm in Takaungu, Kilifi County

Bella Tumaini’s two-acre farm in Takaungu, Kilifi County, fits the description of a supermarket. On it you get all kinds of food you may need, from eggs to goat meat,… Read more »

The Murang’a village hawker who built a multi-million business empire

One morning three months ago, in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Catholic Diocese of Murang’a had a surprise visitor. Outside the compound of the Catholic Secretariat in Murang’a… Read more »

Farm that flourishes on Chinese technologyin Naivasha, Nakuru County

Moi South Lake Road in Naivasha, which links the town to Hell’s Gate National Park and several flower farms, was once a nightmare for motorists. But that is in the… Read more »