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How to Reverse Call on Safaricom

Safaricom has today announced the availability of its “Reverse Call” feature enabling its more than 31 million customers to pay for calls for loved ones. The service enables a caller to transfer the cost of a call to the receiver. Here’s how to reverse call on Safaricom -: Open the “Phone” application on your Mobile Device. […]

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Security features of new Kenya Bank notes

The Central Bank of Kenya Governor announced the unveiling of the New Generation Banknotes. Old generation one-thousand shilling banknotes will need to be exchanged by October 1, 2019, after which they cease to be legal tender. After taking into account views received from the public, CBK adopted concepts to symbolise the drivers of a prosperous […]

Government moves to solve LPG cylinder crisis in Kenya

New LPG regulations attack counterfeit market and create safety guarantees to draw consumers off firewood that is driving respiratory disease as Kenya’s biggest killer The government has approved new LPG regulations to restore safety to the LPG market by closing down opportunities for illegal refilling, illegal rebranding, and counterfeiting of gas cylinders. The changes come […]

New Website to Sell Kenya’s Natural Products

A new online shopping website, Mama Earth Products, that features Kenya’s locally-made organic brands has been launched to sell organic products. Everyone is looking to go green these days, whether with packaging, food or skincare. And why not? Organic products have been proven to be better for both you and the environment. The question is, […]

Liquid Telecom launches Azure Stack in East Africa

Nairobi, 16th May 2019: Liquid Telecom Kenya, part of the leading pan-African telecoms group Liquid Telecom, has today launched a Microsoft Cloud service in East Africa that offers a step-change in cybersecurity for the region’s most sensitive databases. The new Azure Stack service will allow companies to run a private Microsoft cloud within East Africa, rather than […]

Kenya Airways partners with Delta Airlines for US, Canada Connections

Kenya Airways and Delta Airlines have signed a code partnership to offer enhanced connections to North America  to 11 United States of America and 4 Canadian cities. The arrangement is an opportunity for travelers to connect from New York,using the  direct  flight  from  Nairobi,  to  their  cities opening many more opportunities at more competitive fares. Besides the new codeshare services and more convenient flight connections, […]

How to Buy Kenya Power (KPLC) Prepaid Tokens via M-PESA

Kenya Power (KPLC) M-Pesa paybill number for Postpaid bill payments is 888880.  Kenya Power owns and operates most of the electricity transmission and distribution system in Kenya and sells electricity to over 6,761,090 million by end of June 2018. The Procedure for buying your KPLC tokens via M-Pesa are as follows -: Go to Safaricom SIM […]

How to Pay Kenya Power (KPLC) Postpaid Bill via M-PESA

Kenya Power (KPLC) M-Pesa paybill number for Postpaid bill payments is 888888.  Kenya Power owns and operates most of the electricity transmission and distribution system in Kenya and sells electricity to over 6,761,090 million by end of June 2018. The Procedure for paying your KPLC postpaid bill via M-Pesa are as follows -: Select “Pay […]

Gitaru to Ruaka Western Bypass Road Construction begins

Kenya National Highways Authority has embarked on the construction of the Nairobi Western Bypass that starts from Gitaru connecting to the Southern Bypass and terminates at the Ruaka connecting to the Northern Bypass. The 16.79Km project is being undertaken by the China Road and Bridge Corporation at a cost of 17 Billion. The project is […]