10 useful Kenyan websites to bookmark today

The following are just 10 of the coolest and most useful sites in Kenya.

Read through the list and see which one (if not all) you should bookmark.

1. eCitizen.go.ke – This is the official digital payment platform that helps Kenyan citizens , residents and visitors access and pay for government services online.

There is a section where only Kenyan citizens can register. They need their National ID number and first name to register.

Another section is for foreigners residing in Kenya. They will need their foreigner certificate and first name to register.

Businesses registered in Kenya can also easily register on eCitizen. To do so, they will need their business registration number.

2. Kenyamoja.com – Kenyamoja.com is a news aggregator service which links to Kenyan publications including top news providers.

Kenya Moja means “One Kenya” or “Kenya One” in Swahili.

In its own words: “KenyaMOJA.com is a site that re-organises Kenyan news and information on the web in an easy-to-read format. All the news on the site is updated every hour and features the latest articles from Nation, Standard, Capital News, K24 and one of the few places on the web to carry The Nairobi Star.”

3. Kra.go.ke – This is the website of the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA), the government agency responsible for revenue and tax collection.

Through this website, you can access online services, file your tax returns, apply for PIN, and do more.

4. Property24.co.ke – As the name suggests, property24.co.ke is a real estate website that offers users the ability to browse through estate agents’ properties for rent and for sale.

The website helps renters and homebuyer find apartments, houses, townhouses, vacant land and farms throughout Kenya.

5. Techweez.com – Techweez is a Kenyan online magazine which covers technology, consumer technologies, internet business news and reviews.

6. Businessdailyafrica.com – Business Daily Africa, commonly known as Business Daily, carries a selection of stories from the newspaper Business Daily. It is published out of Nairobi by the Nation Media Group.

7. Myjobsinkenya.com – This is a leading job portal in Kenya and is a subsidiary of My African jobs (www.myafricanjobs.com)

8. Shulezote.co.ke – This website has the profiles of thousands of public and private schools in Kenya.

9. Cheki.co.ke – Cheki is an online marketplace for a wide range of vehicles.

10. Jumia.co.ke – Jumia is an online retailer that was established in May 2013 that offers products under a wide range of categories.

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