Safaricom Newsroom


What happens to your old electronics when you dispose them?
The great AAR Insurance migration
Shamba Connect: Growing small gardens with big benefits
The ABCs of the stock market
Making a virtual harmony
Introducing Maxine Wahome
Turning bones into jewelry
How a phone call and the internet saved my life
Safaricom Choir: Singing together, yet apart
Teaching and learning. George’s lessons
Five years on, Cyndicate’s love for the orchestra goes on
On this platform, everyone can be an influencer
Here is how to watch out for M-PESA fraud
Pick-Up Mtaani: Delivery start-up helping e-commerce to thrive
The unlikely mentors: Mbogi Genje
What the internet put together...
A tough one from the edge of the desert
Choosing to break barriers
KBL Connected Coolers with Safaricom
At JKIA, a robot in the corridor joins the Covid-19 fight
A partnership to save the endangered roan antelope
Running Retail On Tech
Unpacking Twende Tukiuke
What tech does for the blind
Growing with Safaricom
How M-PESA is fueling e-commerce and the gig economy
A journey through Kenya’s tech revolution
A mast means more
What good network means for elephants
Safaricom Foundation donates workshop tools to Shimo la Tewa Borstal Institution
They were in class but they were not learning. This partnership is working to change that
How planting trees by this organization in Embu gave a voice to the deaf 
The how and why of TikTok’s steady growth in Kenya
World Literacy Day; bridging the literacy and numeracy divide
White Cane Project
Safeguard your health as you travel
Safaricom staff rally for needy families
Everyday Home: Grilled chicken in 45 minutes
A boy, a box, and a future in music
The Journey to Lipa Mdogo Mdogo
How a big partnership has made 4G phones accessible at KSh20 a day
Everyday Home: Cooking with Chef Les
Saving lives: How Kenya Red Cross reached 11 million people with 2020 flood warnings
In a rapidly changing job market, the youth can look to the future with hope
The coronavirus pandemic increased demand for our services. Here is how we coped
Celebrating Bob
Customer care from home
Looking back: International Jazz Day
Faces of Safaricom - James Maradona
Fuliza Demystified
I made KSh5 million from a savings challenge, and I’m giving it back
Aiming for Zero
Not your ordinary turntablist
Next level mobile: Beyond talk and text
And then there was sight, and it was precious
Conquering the last frontier
A literate future, a second chance
The digital farmer
Running with lions
Safaricom Chapa Dimba winners meet Wanyama in UK
Safaricom maintains high growth momentum
M-TIBA healthcare solution hits one million customers
Collymore surprise at Safaricom results
Bukhungu-where the titans meet
Building bridges of hope through music
Teacher with the midas touch
Laying the foundation for maternal health
Secrets of racing to the top
Fast internet puts barber a cut above
App that makes dairy operations more efficient
How Safaricom is powering Kenya's future through technology
For these learners, the world is just a click away
M-PESA Foundation Academy a beacon of learning
Big-Bang Disruption: Getting ready for the fourth Industrial Revolution
Carving an easy future, on the back of M-Shwari
M-PESA at 10. #MPESAat10
Powering our culture, the M-PESA way
Sunlight in the night, and lives changed

About Us

The Safaricom Newsroom was built with the intention of providing our customers, journalists and other stakeholders with a platform where they can share in our journey of transforming lives.

The integrated storytelling platform is run by a team of dedicated content creators and strategists who ensures that we maintain high quality, relevant, engaging and shareable content.

We believe that great stories have the connective power to bring people together. Our strategy to create memorable stories and thought leadership pieces on the industry is guided by our three main content palettes: Community, Innovation and Sustainable Future.