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Bolt for women, a blessing or a curse

While this might have felt like the best initiative by Bolt Kenya at the time, more women have come out to question its authenticity in that fare prices have been hiked for women and for most of them, it does not come as a welcome idea as they feel as though Bolt Kenya is punishing them for airing and voicing out their grievances.


UK-Kenya Tech Hub partnering with Future Females to support 40 Kenyan female Agri Tech entrepreneurs

Future Females is a movement to inspire more female entrepreneurs, and better support their success. They provide a platform digitally, physically and emotionally where women can connect, inspire and collaborate with each other, and access the resources they need to succeed.


Kim Kardashian West is officially a billionaire according to Forbes

Forbes claims that Kim’s Net worth shot up from $780 million since October 2020.


Nthabeleng Likotsi set to become the first South African Woman to own a Mutual Bank

“In SA, black women especially in the financial sector are marginalized. We are not represented in senior executive positions so this is a big deal, the sector is a male dominated, it’s a boys club,”


Report shows women are making gains in the manufacturing industry

The report prepared for the Kenya Association of Manufacturers also showed that most of the female owned businesses are micro, small and medium enterprises operating in the formal sector.


A new partnership set to offer training support to 3,500 women entrepreneurs in Kenya

A research released by The Cherie Blair Foundation report the impact brought by the pandemic on women entrepreneurs and other barriers faced such as gender stereotypes, legal challenges and lack of access to funds.


WiGIS Kenya initiative aims to promote women in GIS in Kenya

“We founded the initiative to bring together women professionals in the field, to build talent and encourage uptake of STEM courses in Kenya. Our mission is to create a community of visionary women in Geospatial Technology to bring more women in the field, and to celebrate women in GIS and encourage other women and girls involvement in the field,”


Women in Technology to receive funds through Standard Chartered’s new program

The bank will provide Ksh. 5 million revolving funds aimed to boost the Women in Tech (WiT) alumni with loans that are interest and collateral free.


Women SME’s to benefit from the Absa She Business Account

The bank will give women access to unsecured loans of up to Ksh. 10 million for existing borrowers payable in 5 years and Ksh. 7 million for new borrowers payable in 4 years.


Google focuses to boost African women’s economic potential

Google observed that the major gains in women empowerment have been greatly disrupted due to the global pandemic. This program gives women and girls the tools, resources and opportunities to put their potential into use.


The Women Enterprise Fund to introduce individual loan products for women entrepreneurs

WEF in January announced its plan to launch two new products that would enhance women empowerment and include a new lending model that will give more autonomy to individual women entrepreneurship allowing women to borrow money for individual projects.


Seven Kenyans featured in Africa’s top 50 corporate women leaders list

“This list reflects our objective to continue to push for gender diversity and inclusiveness within the corporate sector – especially for African women and to highlight and celebrate their achievements in the growth and expansion of global big business. Workplace advocacy specifically for African women and women of African descent makes up a huge part of our programmatic efforts and the work we do,”