Kenes Rakishev will supply the World with cobalt and nickel

Kenes Rakishev

The modern tech is based on ubiquitous batteries. Every wireless device need it. Most of the batteries are made in Asia, and exactly there Kenes Rakishev plans to develop the nickel and cobalt deposits. Kenes Rakishev is, despite his age, a veteran high-tech investor. His extensive background in mining and metal

Highlanders revolt against lockdown

The Polish government has announced an aid scheme worth around 220 million Euro for communities in the country’s mountainous regions of the south. These are areas which have been hit by restrictions of winter tourism. The announced package has not quelled discontents among the tightly knit highland communities. They are therefore

The year 2020: Kenes Rakishev and Aselle Tasmagambetova presented the Saby annual report

Aselle Tasmagambetova and Kenes Rakishev opened Saby charity 18 years ago.

The Saby Charitable Foundation has published a report on activities performed in 2020. The total budget of the fund for this year amounted to almost 1.4 billion tenge. The oldest private charity in Kazakhstan, the Saby Foundation, is a multilateral organization which is involved in large-scale social initiatives and transformation. The

Kenes Rakishev and the pandemic year: the unexpected total

Kenes Rakishev

Kenes Rakishev invested in startups for years while others preferred more lucrative and immediately available fossil assets. Now his strategy is paying off. The new regional Forbes rating of Kazakhstani businessmen is out. How well do wealthiest people survive the cheap oil and natural gas? What changes are in the listing,

Number of COVID cases in Poland is above 1 750 000

The number of Poland's confirmed coronavirus infections has grown since Monday by 8,312 new cases and reached 1,760,180, the Ministry of Health said on Tuesday morning. Another 411 people have died, bringing the

Creeping annexation: the Russian mafia under the cover of the Russian security forces are buying up assets in Europe

Russia, being notoriously aggressive towards its neighbours, has not only tested numerous ways of how to influence the internal politics of various European countries, but also tried the taking away their internationally recognised territories. The methods of such hybrid wars may vary, but they always come down to the same

Poland confirms 16,687 new coronavirus cases, 580 more deaths

Poland on Thursday reported 16,687 new coronavirus infections and 580 more deaths, bringing its total number of cases to 941,112 and fatalities to 15,568. Of the new cases confirmed by public health officials on Thursday, 1,824 were in the southern coal mining region of Silesia. Meanwhile, 1,785 new infections were reported in

Kenes Rakishev sees AI as a vital part of the future healthcare


Kenes Rakishev, a well-known tech pioneer and entrepreneur from Kazakhstan sums up some of the AI projects involved in fighting with COVID-19. Rakishev points out some less-known facts, for example that quick reaction was secured by BlueDot computer. Kenes Rakishev himself invests in a couple of AI healthcare-related projects. Times of

Second coronavirus wave seems to be less deadly, crisis centre says

The second coronavirus wave seems to be less deadly than the first, Belgium’s crisis centre communicated at a press conference on Friday. Nevertheless, “this second wave is once again claiming many lives,” Sciensano virologist Steven Van Gucht said while comparing the period from 10 March to 21 June with the period

Poland blocks website spreading ‘terrorist propaganda’

Polish security services have blocked a website spreading Islamic State “terrorist propaganda”, an official said on Wednesday. Stanisław Żaryn, spokesman for Poland’s security services chief, said: “The website, publishing in Arabic, made it possible to post radical material including from a weekly, radio station and publishing house run by IS.” Poland’s Internal