1. Safaricom to start commercial operations in Ethiopia this year  The Star, Kenya
  2. Safaricom seeks $2b to bankroll Ethiopia operations  The East African
  3. Kenya's Biggest Company Mulls Green Bond to Diversify Financing  Bloomberg
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The telco's profit after tax dropped by 1.7% to Sh67.5 billion in 2021.The telco's profit after tax dropped by 1.7% to Sh67.5 billion in 2021.

Safaricom to start commercial operations in Ethiopia this year

The listed telco has invested $540 million in Ethiopia, $470 million of which has been spent on the licence. The listed telco has invested $540 million in Ethiopia, $470 million of which has been spent on the licence.

Safaricom seeks $2b to bankroll Ethiopia operations - The East African

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Ethiopia has started changing its national payments law to clear the way for Safaricom to introduce its popular mobile payment platform M-Pesa in the market of 110 million users.Ethiopia has started changing its national payments law to clear the way for Safaricom to introduce its popular mobile payment platform M-Pesa in the market of 110 million users.

Ethiopia is creating enabling regulations ahead of Safaricom's M-Pesa launch