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Lumia 540 Dual SIM officially launched in Kenya

Value conscious smartphone buyers will now have for their choosing just another affordable smartphone device running on Windows Phone 8.1 operating system with a denim update. The Lumia 540 Dual…

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Ericsson partners with five schools in an initiative to mentor young women in ICT studies

Ericsson has signed a three year partnership with five schools in Nairobi in an initiative aimed at supporting, promoting and mentoring young women who are in their third and fourth…

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Farmers to leverage on data and SMS services in new government roll outs

Farmers will henceforth obtain seeds to grow from MbeguChoice an online platform that seeks to help farmers select suitable seeds for their various climatic regions. The move by Kenya Agricultural…

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Squad Digital Launches Innovation Lab to Support Tech-entrepreneurs

Tech-entrepreneurs have an opportunity to fully utilize the incubators that are being established in the country to market and build startups from different individuals.   Squad Digital, Sub-Saharan Africa’s leading…

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KRA targets 100,000 taxpayers in ongoing iTax training programme

Kenya Revenue Authority will this coming weekend train taxpayers on how to file their annual returns on iTax in a campaign that began two weeks ago. The authority targets among…

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The Official Launch of The Taifa Laptop

Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) has today launched the first Kenyan-made laptop to the public by the ICT Cabinet Secretary Dr. Fred Matiang’i. The event was graced…

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Kenyan laptop conceptualized and assembled in the country to officially launch

Back in 2013, Jomo Kenyatta University University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) in collaboration with Public and private industry partners set out to conceptualize six pillars towards an end to…

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You will no longer pay your power bills through Uchumi outlets

Other than Kenya power and lighting Company (KPLC) banking halls, the company has provided electricity users other platforms of bill payments. The various platforms; Mobile money platforms, Postal offices, Retail…

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Don’t Blame the Informal Economy for Being Informal, Blame the Government

I have read the article by Riaga Odipo and my fingers are itchy. My fingers are itchy not just because the author suggested some controversial solutions, but also because of…

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Kenyans spend up to 50 per cent of income on Internet

Would you rather miss a meal in order to access internet? That question is absurd as it is but try asking yourself how far you go in order to have…

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Kenyans feel conned as Britam pulls the plug on low-end insurance cover

Britam has terminated Linda Jamii, for individuals a health cover targeting the underserved low-end in the society. The insurance cover’s chief target is groups such as chamaas and Small and…

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