Kennedy Ogeto: Former Solicitor General appointed Ruto's legal adviser

Nairobi, March 27 -- For a man who wanted to become a matatu driver when he was growing up, Kennedy Ogeto probably counts himself lucky to almost always find himself at the centre of power rather than... Read More

Hilton, InterCon down as 10 others cling to life

Nairobi, March 27 -- The exit of the Hilton Hotel in 2022 from the central business district of Nairobi came just a year after Hotel Intercontinental Nairobi had closed shop, the two going down with a... Read More

InterCon rots away two years after grand slump

Nairobi, March 20 -- A lone guard, a rusting gate and an eerily vacant compound are what greets a visitor to one of the fallen hotel giants in Nairobi. Nearly three years after it crashed out of busi... Read More

Kendi's lessons from 20 years of building firms

Nairobi, March 15 -- Carolyne Kendi is a brand builder, an Afro-optimist career nomad and a lover of life. The chief marketing officer at Absa Bank Kenya is currently surfing a giant wave of freedom i... Read More

Myke Rabar: DJ's accidental business grows into an empire

Nairobi, March 13 -- Myke Rabar is the incarnation of limitless self-confidence and drive for change. The chief executive listed Homeboyz Entertainment at the Nairobi Securities Exchange in 2020, maki... Read More

The brains behind Tilisi on building estates of the future

Nairobi, March 7 -- Graeme Reid and Henry Musangi run Tilisi Development Company with good humour, something of flair and combined experience of 50 years. Mr Reid, the chief executive since last year... Read More

Why few career women are buying homes

Nairobi, March 7 -- There is a trend of Kenyan women investing in property through investment groups (chamas), and others solo. But generations of women on the housing ladder are still very low. So, ... Read More

How regulation hitches are limiting carbon trading

Nairobi, March 1 -- As countries around the world race to combat the effects of climate change, carbon trading continues to gain traction. Carbon trading is the buying and selling of permits of carbo... Read More

Elite school fees surge sharply on high euro, dollar rates

Nairobi, Feb. 22 -- For most wealthy parents in Kenya, international schools have always been an attractive option for their children's education. Interestingly, though, some of these schools take pa... Read More

Mixed-use development:Why developers prefer using the model in city outskirts

Nairobi, Feb. 21 -- The popularity of mixed-use type of developments has seen investors move to the outskirts of major Kenyan cities and towns. Also called compact developments, mixed-use development... Read More