- MTN’s agility for the digital age
- The refined timeless classic Nokia 5.1 arrives in Kenya
- Using ‘Bots’ to screen for the right talent
- Tanzania’s dream to conquer East Africa’s air space
- EAC countries benefit from off-grid power
- The truce no one saw coming
- Retirement planning lessons from the World Cup
- Saving the postal service
- Revival of Airlines is good, but let us address core issues first
- Because one day you will retire
MTN Kenya Boss seeks to place firm ahead of the competition with their unique niche in the data market segment.
The Tanzanian aviation sector is sending a statement to its neighbors, on its plans to claim a share on the region air space.
The last few months have seen a lot of activity in the African aviation sector. A number of countries in the continent have been persistent with the setting up or managing national carriers.
By Ben Oduor A new study by GSMA has revealed that spectrum prices in developing countries are (on average) more than three times higher than in developing countries, when income is taken into account. Titled; Spectrum prices in developing countries’, the study, released on Tuesday at the ‘Mobile 360- Africa conference in Kigali, said the high spectrum pricing- which relates to charges on radio frequencies allocated to the mobile industry and other sectors of communication over the airwaves- has become a major…
By Ben Oduor About 1,500 Chinese companies will be scouting for deals during the second phase of the China Trade Week exhibition set to take place in Nairobi between June 18 and June 20 The trade fair, which is in its fourth consecutive year, is looking to connect distributors, manufacturers, exporters and retailers in Kenya with their counterparts in China. The first phase of the conference which came to a close last week was attended by about 3,000 visitors. “The second phase of China Trade Week expo 2018 will be…
By Ben Oduor 500 Chinese companies are expected to showcase their products during the China Trade Week exhibition set to take place between 13th and 20th June at the Kenyatta International Conference Centre (KICC), Nairobi. The trade fair, currently in its fourth consecutive run in Kenya, will seek to connect Chinese manufacturing companies with the local and regional sourcing and purchasing professionals, with some of the high-end manufacturers looking to use the opportunity to develop long-term relations with buyers.…
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