“In the course of this journey, you will encounter challenges like language barriers and cultural differences. I encourage you to overcome these difficulties and embrace the new environment with courage and open-mindedness. Your host community, Equity Group, the local community as well as your parents are supporting you and expecting a lot from you. I am confident that you will make all of us proud,” said Dr. Mwangi.
“I am proud that the company has consistently paid out an increased dividend to shareholders since going public in 2008 and we have now paid out more than the KES 5 that the investors spent buying the shares,” said, Michael Joseph, CEO Safaricom. In the last financial year, Safaricom reported a 14.7% increase in net income to KES 63.4 billion with revenue hitting KES 240.3 billion.
“This move is part of Glovo’s strategic expansion in Kenya. Our long term aim is to have a presence in all towns in the country. We are committed to helping our partners to amplify their businesses and increase sales, and providing quality service delivery to all our customers at an affordable price. This expansion will ensure that many more people experience the convenience that Glovo brings to their lives,” said Mr. Benthall.
Safaricom says it has achieved 50 percent share of female employees on its payroll, coming amid an increase in the number of direct and indirect jobs it sustained in the last financial year growing nine percent to 979,000. This is according to the telco’s 2019 Sustainable Business Report released on Thursday
“NilePay Mobile Service’s partnership with Zain South Sudan is part of the company’s longterm strategy to enable eCommerce and digitize financial services across the country,” said Darius Mobe, Director, NilePay Mobile Money. Most people in South Sudan’s capital have been relying on unlicensed mobile operators to transfer money through platforms created by MTN Uganda and Kenya’s M-PESA.
“Under our current Safaricom Foundation strategy we are implementing several projects in the Coast as part of our Maternal and Child Health engagement with the six Counties that make up the JUMUIYA. In Kilifi we are currently constructing a new born unit at the Kilifi District Hospital and in Mombasa’s Coast General Hospital we constructed and officially opened a maternal high dependency unit in addition to the current renovation of the newborn unit. In Lamu we constructed and officially commissioned a maternal health shelter in Witu and a Neo Natal unit in Faza”, said Sanda Ojiambo, Head of Corporate Responsibility at Safaricom.
Telco commits to lowering carbon footprint and reducing climate change-driven inequalities driven by unveiling 5-year carbon offset programme that will see it plant 5 million trees. Nairobi, Kenya – 22nd August, 2019… Safaricom (NSE: SCOM<http://www.safaricom.co.ke/about-us/investors-relations/stock-information>) has recorded a nine per cent increase in the number of jobs sustained in the
“Kenya is the first country to roll out the use of Total Hi-Perf-Bajaj Lubricant in Africa. This partnership was officially inked on the 30th January 2019. The partnership offers and enhanced after-sale service by availing a product with superior technical capability demanded in the target segment.” said the Managing Director of Total Kenya Mr. Olagoke Aluko during the launch.
Nairobi, 24th May 2019……..Equity Bank Kenya and Toyota Kenya Limited have today signed a partnership agreement that will see customers get up to 95% financing payable within 60 months on the single cab Hilux pickups.Speaking at the launch ceremony, Equity Bank Kenya Managing Director, Polycarp Igathe indicated that the Bank
The Coca-Cola Company announced that it will maintain its majority stake in Coca-Cola Beverages Africa for the foreseeable future. With the change, Coca-Cola will begin presenting the financial statements of CCBA within its results from continuing operations in the second quarter of 2019, in accordance with U.S. accounting standards. CCBA