Kenya’s biggest company by market value, Safaricom, appointed Peter Ndegwa as CEO from 1 April 2020, amid plans for regional expansion and rising competition at home.
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Safaricom, Kenya’s most valuable company, has appointed Michael Joseph as interim CEO following the death of Bob Collymore.
Safaricom CEO Bob Collymore, whose push into mobile payments spurred a five-fold increase in the Kenyan company’s value, died after a battle with cancer. He was 61.
Safaricom shares fell the most in four months after East Africa’s biggest company by market value said profit growth will slow even as the wireless carrier expands its popular mobile banking service.
Safaricom may expand its popular mobile banking service M-Pesa into countries such as Nigeria and Angola, as East Africa’s biggest company grapples with regulatory scrutiny in its home market of Kenya. The sale of a 35% stake
Safaricom is still facing the threat of being broken up as the Kenyan regulator weighs up a report on dominance in the country’s telecommunications industry, CEO Bob Collymore said. East Africa’s biggest company by market
Kenya’s government opposes using regulation to force East Africa’s biggest mobile operator, Safaricom, to be broken up, after a draft study found the company is dominant in the country’s telecommunications industry, ICT secretary Joseph Mucheru
A study of Kenya’s telecommunications industry proposes breaking up Safaricom, the country’s biggest company, according to brokerage AIB Capital. The report compiled by Analysys Mason
Safaricom, the Kenyan mobile phone company that runs a money transfer service almost the size of the East African nation’s economy, invested in a courier service business in an effort to stimulate e-commerce and gain a foothold in growing
The news that Vodacom South Africa is planning to drop the M-Pesa mobile money transfer service has come as a surprise to many analysts considering the huge success it has seen in many