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The Capital Markets Authority (CMA) has announced the admission of two firms, Pyypl Group Limited and Belrium Kenya Limited, to its Regulatory Sandbox test environment
Twiga Foods has signed a distribution deal with Jumia to deliver fresh and processed food to the homes of consumers.
Video on demand provider, Showmax is reaping dividends from the ‘Stay and work from home’ orders by governments world over to limit spread of Covid-19, more than doubling subscribers
Google mobility trend to social places drops by over 45% in Kenya
Safaricom users can now use their free talking points dubbed ‘Bonga Points’ to pay for essential goods and services
Samsung Electronics has released the first all-in-one power management integrated circuits (PMIC), optimized for True Wireless Stereo (TWS) devices
First Loon internet balloon spotted in Kenya
Mobile penetration in Kenya has hit 114.8 per cent, this is according to the latest quarterly statistical report by the Communication Authority (CA).
Grade 4 and 6 will access the app for free during the period
Kenya’s telco giant Safaricom is partnering with universities to offer subsidized e-learning tariffs to students and faculties in order to facilitate online classes.
The coronavirus breakout has exposed firms’ poor tech infrastructure in combing unforeseen calamities despite Kenya being one of Africa’s silicon savannah, experts have observed.
Safaricom called out for charging merchants despite a waiver
The Online Job place site, BrighterMonday has rolled out a recruitment technology that enables employers to select the right candidates for the job to be done through industry based assessments for each role
Samsung has introduced Galaxy S20, a new camera architecture that will change the way consumers capture and experience their world
Supply chain disruption globally has hit the e-commerce sector in Kenya, with local players predicting slow revenues even as the country records the first case of Coronavirus.
NIMC postpones mandatory use of NIN