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Uber launches boat taxis piloting in Lagos

Uber Boats Nigeria

Uber has started piloting boat taxis in Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial capital Friday 11, October. The UberBoat which will operate only on weekdays between 8am- 5pm will charge 500 Naira (USD 1.39). The service comes just a few months after the ride hailing company revealed it in talks with regulatory authorities and the Lagos state

Safaricom wants a piece of giant Ethiopia Telco

Ethiopia telecom

Ethiopia is open for business and Safaricom wants a piece of that market. Interim CEO Michael Joseph said that Safaricom is interested in buying a stake in the telecommunications giant monopoly, Ethio Telecom, as it gears towards establishing its presence in Ethiopia. Ethio Telecom is among companies that are set to be privatized on

The economic situation of a common Kenyan

How to get a job in Kenya

Kenya has the largest economy in the East African region, and is among the fastest growing economies in the world. The Kenyan economy grew by 5.8 percent in 2018, a point higher than the 4.8 percentage growth it recorded in 2017. However, that does not mean anything to a person who has no money

Delivery app Glovo open for business in Mombasa

Govo delivery app Nairobi

Delivery app Glovo seems to be doing well in the Kenyan market given its ability to attract more venture investment and expand to other towns. If you have ordered anything online in Kenya, you would understand why trustworthy delivery is a big deal. Especially when it comes to perishables such as groceries, drinks and

Swvl and Little Shuttle bus apps run into trouble in Kenya

Little Shuttle Services poster

The government of Kenya has stopped mass transit services by Swvl and the Little Shuttle apps. The National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) said the two bus hailing apps will not be allowed on the roads starting October 1st as they had contravened a section of the laws guiding the provision of Public Transport.  "The

Safaricom’s market dominance is shrinking noticeably in 2019

Safaricom most valuable company Kenya

Safaricom's market share is shrinking noticeably and a merger by its rivals is one it does not want. East Africa’s most valuable company decreased its market share of mobile subscribers in Kenya by two percent in the last one year. The telco now owns 63.5 percent of mobile subscribers compared to 65.4