Safaricom has trimmed its interim dividend by Sh2.4 billion on the back of reduced earnings in the half-year period, marking the first cut since it started distributing profit to shareholders before the end of a financial year.
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The Safaricom-led consortium in Ethiopia will pay $150 million (Sh18.9 billion) as license fees to roll out M-Pesa in the populous nation if the proposed regulations by the Horn of Africa country are passed.
The amount referred to as…
A mid-week block purchase of Safaricom shares by an unknown local institutional investor has halted the slide in the telco’s shares that had hit a 69-month low, triggering bargain purchases.
Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) data show…
Kenya is set to be replaced as the third-largest economy in sub-Saharan Africa by Angola and Ethiopia, weakening the East African country’s power to tap investors enticed with a population that has more cash to spend.
Faster GDP growth…
Wealthy Kenyans and firms had piled up a record Sh922 billion in dollars by last November as they sought to preserve the value of their bank deposits amid a depreciating shilling.
This is after they accumulated an extra Sh119.24 billion…
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Safaricom projects to lose Sh2 billion in the financial year ending March 2023 after the Communications Authority of Kenya (CA) cut mobile termination rates (MTR) by 41.4 percent.
MTRs are the charges levied by a mobile service provider…
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