Greenpeace Africa Calls on China to Maintain the Ban on Rhino Horns

Conservationists in Kenya are worried by China’s decision to reverse the ban on trade in tiger bones and rhino horns.  Experts have also condemned the move as one that could have dire repercussions for the endangered species.  Reacting to these developments, Greenpeace Africa’s Senior political advisor, Fredrick Njehu has said: “China’s decision to reopen trade on rhino horns and tiger bones will not only reactivate the demand for rhino products, but also contribute to a rise in poaching and other illegal activities. This also reverses steps that have been made…

Lucky Guinness consumers to meet Rio Ferdinand

Guinness set to bring Rio Ferdinand to Kenya hence Providing Extraordinary Football Experiences to Fans Made of More. This has been made successful after the company through its beer brand, Guinness, unveiled an exciting new partnership with legendary English Premier League football legend, Rio Ferdinand. Kenya Breweries Limited (KBL) Guinness Marketing Manager, Nduku Wamakau, cited that, Guinness is a bold beer, for extraordinary people, so we are delighted to be working with Rio Ferdinand this year as he was a player who certainly demonstrated his creativity, imagination and confidence on…

VAT will not affect Unga prices

Nairobi to host international grain millers’ conference with focus on trade wars and innovation  The Cereal Millers Association through its Chairman Mr. Mohamed Islam has confirmed that, despite the president signing the 8 % VAT law on the fuel, it will not affect the current prices of Unga at the retail shops. This is so because they had already reconsider this when the government lifted tax exceptions on wheat and maize floor products after a prolonged drought witnessed in the country early this year. Mr. Mohamed noted this during the…

MPost Wins African Startup Competition

MPost to represent Africa in the Startup World Cup in San Francisco, USA. MPost is this year’s winner of the ‘South Africa Innovation Summit, an African startup competition that was held in Cape Town, South Africa, yesterday. The innovation summit featured 25 finalists from across Africa that participated in a pitching den. As a result of this win, MPost will represent Africa at the Startup World Cup that will be held in San Francisco, USA, in May 2019. https://www.ceoafrica.co.ke/surge-of-the-digital-travel-consumer/ Mpost is a solution that converts your phone to a mobile…

Kenya’s ICT Ecosystem gets a new transformation  

Huawei Ramps up Support for ICT Ecosystem in Kenya in Partnership with Redington Gulf to support Kenya’s digital transformation. Huawei Technologies has signed a framework distribution agreement in Kenya with Redington Gulf to enhance ICT ecosystem structure. Under this partnership, Huawei will work with Redington; a distributor of IT Telecom and Lifestyle products in this market to provide cutting-edge equipment such as data centre facilities,IT and communications hardware as well as software for the Kenyan market. The products are backed by an experienced technical team to provide training and support…

OPPO launches revolutionary F9 with VOCC Flash charge technology

The leading global Smartphone brand OPPO has launched the OPPO F9 Smartphone into the Kenyan market which comes with the latest super-fast charging technology, VOOC Flash Charge, with a 5-minute charging time for a 2-hour talk time. It also brings gradient colors as well as a unique Waterdrop Screen design that offers elegance, operability and new vision. Today’s customer is in constant move. We have therefore developed OPPO F9 to fit in with this nature and lifestyle, and to create a new trend in the industry. The device brings to…

Five banks penalized by CBK for misconduct

The Central Bank of Kenya has penalized five banks a total of Sh392 million for violating financial transaction rules in respect to the handling of the National Youth Service scandal that was exposed this year. The Banks include Standard Chartered Bank (StanChart), Equity Group, KCB Group, Co-operative Bank of Kenya Ltd, and Diamond Trust Bank (DTB). The five banks handled a total of Sh3.5 billion from NYS with StanChart handling the largest transaction worth Sh1.6 billion followed by Equity Bank at Sh886 million, while KCB processes Sh639 million. The regulator…

DTB bank reassures its stakeholders all is well

Nasim Devji Group Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director DTB Group has emphasized in a statement that at the moment, no penalty has been imposed by the Central Bank of Kenya. The bank is currently reviewing the report with a view to providing a detailed response to the issues raised by the Central Bank of Kenya within the stipulated period. We wish to reassure our stakeholders as a responsible corporate citizen and a regulated entity, DTB respects and complies with all laws and applicable regulatory guidelines. We also wish to…

Counties to benefit from free fistula Safari’s medical camps

Amref Health Africa in Kenya has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the First Lady’s Beyond Zero Secretariat to manage the fistula component of the First Lady’s medical safari camps. Under the agreement, Amref Health Africa’s role during the medical safaris will be to create awareness and mobilization for uptake of free services, conduct free fistula repair, provide post-care for patients, and provide one to one counseling. The first safari will be held this week at the Narok County National Stadium. Other Counties pre-selected for the first phase of…