How to get Kenyan citizenship

What are the requirements for Kenyan citizenship? The Constitution of Kenya confers citizenship by: (i) Birth and (ii) Registration. Citizenship by birth An individual is a Kenya citizen by birth if at the date of his or her birth; one…
The 6 steps to starting a business

Starting a business can be quite challenging especially for first-timers. The 6 steps below will teach you how to start a business in Kenya, guiding you through the important stages. 1.) Register your business name. Go to the office of…
Keroche eyes NSE listing

Keroche Breweries Ltd., a privately owned beer-maker, is planning to list on the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) in next five years after increasing its production capacity by more than 10 times. The company on March 31 opened a new plant…
Indian investor bets Sh8bn on Kenya sugar industry

A wealthy Indian investor is planning to spend Sh8.5 billion to set up a sugar cane farm and milling plant in Siaya, Governor Cornel Rasanga has said. The unnamed investor, who is seeking to cultivate the crop on 17,000 acres…
Agriculture sector in Kenya

Agriculture in Kenya provides livelihood for the major Kenyan population. About 75 per cent of the population rely on agriculture for employment and livelihood. Agriculture sector in Kenya contributes about 30 per cent of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP)…
Dangote’s plan for Kenya cement factory faces hurdles

Objectors are fighting plans by Aliko Dangote, Africa’s richest man, to establish a multi-billion cement plant in Kenya, amid concerns that he might dominate the local cement sector. While on a visit to Kenya last September, Mr Dangote said that…

Kenya business visa is issued to a foreign national traveling to Kenya for a short period in order to engage in business activities. The document is valid for 6 months with a duration of 30 days for each entry. A…