SBM Bank Launches a "Spend and Win" Campaign for its Customers

The SBM Bank has launched a three-month utilization campaign among users of its SBM prepaid, credit, and debit cards dubbed “Spend and Win” Campaign in an effort to promote the use of these cards. The campaign, championed by SBM Bank’s Card business department is set to run for three months, starting in November and continuing through the December Festive season through to the Back-to-School season in January. Speaking during the launch, Paul Kaguru, Head of Alternate Channels explained said, “The Spend and Win Campaign aims to encourage current SBM Bank…

AstraZeneca’s Healthy Heart Africa (HHA) programme set to expand to 10 more countries in Africa

exceeds 30M screenings milestone since 2014 launch, across 9 countries to date   Programme recognised as a Best Practice by 2022 Access to Medicine Index for its contribution   to the prevention and control of hypertension across Africa, where prevalence is highest worldwide   AstraZeneca has announced a planned expansion of its access to healthcare programme, Healthy Heart Africa (HHA), to 10 new countries, starting in 2023. The programme, which is currently present in nine countries, is designed to contribute to the prevention and control of hypertension and decrease the…

Ndambiri Pleads with Governor to mediate him with Ameey Developer

Controversial City Lawyer David Ndambiri has now said he is ready to settle with the developer for Ameey Homes Limited including paying the financial losses he suffered for the last five years including legal fees which amount to up to five Million. Ndambiri who canceled his press briefing that had been set for Friday, December 2, 2022, said he would be dropping the two remaining cases that are ongoing in court after he lost one and the other dropped for lack of evidence. “I am calling out on the Governor…

PACJA, Ban Ki-moon Centre Sign a Pact to Support Climate change Adaptation in Africa

The Pan African Climate Justice Alliance and the Ban Ki-moon Centre for Global Citizens (BKMC) have signed a collaborative pact to support climate change adaptation efforts by women, the youth and the smallholder farmers around Africa. Signed simultaneously in Nairobi (Kenya) and Vienna (Austria), the two parties commit to focus on bettering the lives of vulnerable groups who suffer the most from the climate crisis through designing sustainable development programmes in adaptation and agriculture. The objective of this MoU is to formalize a non-exclusive framework of cooperation and facilitate collaboration…