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Business highlights – November 7, 2017

UK visitor arrivals up 10% Tourists from the United Kingdom have increased by 9.7% between January and September 2017 compared to the same period last year. During the period UK

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Business highlights – Uber drivers threaten to go on strike over new pricing model

  Uber drivers threaten to go on strike over new pricing model Uber has introduced a low-cost option for customers willing to use older cars The firm’s drivers have vowed

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Uber partners with Old Mutual to boost financial literacy among drivers

Uber has entered into a pact with financial service provider Old Mutual to offer free financial training to uber drivers across the country The move comes following recent revelations that

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Business highlights – Uber Kenya announces support for driver-partners with new Greenlight Hub opening in Nairobi

Uber Kenya announces support for Driver-partners with new Greenlight Hub Opening in Nairobi Taxi hailing service, Uber Kenya has announced the opening of a new office space to support and

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Business highlights – Competition Authority says Uber is not a monopoly as regulator approves taxi firm’s new prices

Competition Authority approves new Uber prices Competition Authority of Kenya (CAK) Director-General, Wang’ombe Kariuki said Uber prices of Ksh42 a kilometre stand way above the Ksh15.16 required for a taxi

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Vacation Kenya unveils its new revolutionary application dubbed “Dingah”

‘Dingah app’ is available in the country and soon to spread to other continents. The App is currently available only on Google play store. It is an application that connects

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Business highlights – ISK, real estate lobby urge government to enforce stricture measures protecting Kenyans from rogue developers

Consumer lobby group clashes with Beverages Association after COFEK says Kenya loses Ksh30 billion to illicit brews each year Kenya loses Ksh30 billion every year in revenue due to illicit

News highlights-March 8 2017 Former Education minister Joseph Otiende passes on

Former Education minister Joseph Otiende passes on Kenya’s first ever education minister Joseph Otiende has passed away while receiving treatment at Avenue Hospital in Kisumu at the age of 100.

The story of a Nairobi taxi driver who was left behind by the Uber fad

“That business destroys cars. You buy a vehicle, put hundreds of kilometres on it in a short time and it falls apart before you make any real money for yourself,”

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Kenyans’ love for coffee helps retail chains grow 10-fold in 5 years

Uber drivers move to raise minimum fare to Ksh300 for shortest trips Uber drivers are demanding a reversal of the 35% price cut that came into effect in July last

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