How to Request Loan and get Approved from Okash app

and just how easy it is to be a Mobile loan apps have grown almost threefold here in Kenya, exerting some pressure on traditional USSD based service providers such as Mshwari and KCB-Mpesa. With the...

Sanlam Insurance Policy holders to get authentic medicine and wellness products Courtesy of MYDAWA...

Ever been a victim of counterfeit health products? Well if you are a policy holder from sanlam, rest easy - the insurance agency has partnered with a credible e-health platform; MYDAWA to ensure customers...

Emergency Rescue for Kenyan Taxify Drivers and Passengers in Distress

Ever been suspicious of your taxi driver for whatever reason or as a taxi driver, you've drove some weird passengers, or in most unfortunate instance been a victim of hijacking? Well, Kenyan taxi drivers...

How to send/Receive Money Using PayPal Mobile Money Service with M-PESA.

Kenyans who often use paypal services either in getting paid or purchasing stuff online will now get their money to their mpesa accounts hassle-free. Previously, the service was only available through third party agents...

How to Request a Taxify Boda in Nairobi Kenya

Requesting a taxi in Kenya has become easier by just tapping on a mobile app and waiting for your ride to arrive, it's the same concept used by Uber, Taxify and Little from Safaricom....

How to Enroll and Use Barclays Bank Timiza Mobile Banking Service

Barclays bank has rolled out it's own version of mobile banking service  - Timiza to rival sector's leading providers - Mshwari and KCB - Mpesa. The service is intended to provide instant credit to micro-entrepreneurs...

Riziki Cover from Equity Bank and Britam is FREE to certain Equitel customers,...

Mobile based insurance cover is currently touted as the next big thing in mobile banking industry - at least here in Kenya, and savvy organisations ranging from Banks and Mobile service providers are not...

Safaricom Changes name to Comply with Section 53 of the Companies Act 2015

Formerly Safaricom Limited, has changed it's name to Safaricom PLC to comply with regulations effective from 31st January 2018. According to Kenyan laws under companies act, section 53 states that a company that's both...

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