Month: <span>September 2017</span>

Virscom launches taxi app in Kenya

Kenyan Fintech company, Virscom has today launched a taxi App dubbed ‘ShareCABTM’ in a bid to provide an additional cab sharing facility. The new Cab app charges drivers zero per cent commission – it saves riders up to 50 per cent of fares, in an array of new money saving and security features. “ShareCABTM is […]
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Huawei P10 lite launches in Kenya

Chinese smartphone maker Huawei has launched its Huawei P10 Lite smartphone in Kenya targeting mid-market segment as it seeks to aggressively push for an increased share of the local smartphone market. The miniature version of their flagship device follows the successful production of its predecessors, Huawei P10 and the Huawei P10 plus. The P10 Lite, […]
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SolarNow quest to light east Africa

By Brian Yatich This solar firms approach uses asset finance to provide electricity to off-grid rural areas in sub-Saharan Africa A big number of the global community remains without access to electricity with a majority of them springing from the developing countries. According to the International Energy Agency, lack of access to national electricity grids […]
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Good times ahead for motor industry

Not all doom and gloom for the motor industry as new entrants expected to help reverse downward drift on vehicle sales. By Brian Yatich Kenya’s motor business has been growing robustly in the last few years, hugely supported by the expanding urban middle class and access to flexible financing options for buyers. However, latest industry […]
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