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Best Practices of Social Media

It is 2017 everyone is in social media even our grandparents are beginning to join some social media platforms. As a blogger, social media is one of the avenues to market yourself and therefore it’s necessary for you to create an image that is appropriate for the line of work you have chosen. Therefore given the number of people who are available online and seeing as its part and parcel of being a blogger it is proper to be on your best behavior while on social media. Here are some best practi… ...read


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The Risk Taker

Wells of Wealth - 23/Feb/2017

There is a time I was travelling in a matatu from Nairobi to Nyeri; a distance of approximately a hundred miles. The darkness was sneaking in like a thief. It seems that this progressive time lapse troubled the driver a great deal. Drivers plying the… ...read

GSMA urges policymakers to advance The digital economy in new report

TechTrendsKe - 23/Feb/2017

The GSMA today launched a new report that encourages governments to pursue policies that incentivise investment and promote development of The post GSMA urges policymakers to advance The digital economy in new report appeared first on TechTrendsKE. ...read


PayGo Solar Project for Sub Saharan Africa by Azuri Technologies.

Incubate Africa - 23/Feb/2017

The pace at which funding is coming down to the Sub Saharan Africa is quite encouraging for any individuals/incubation/startups/ within the region willing to make a difference in the community . Leading UK based provider of PayGo Solar home systems,… ...read

Kenya’s Money in the Past: Indians in East Africa

Bankelele - 23/Feb/2017

Indian Africa, minorities of Indian-Pakistani origin in Eastern Africa, is a 484-page book with lots of information, charts, statistics and stories of the arrival and enduring impact of Indians in East Africa: Some excerpts:  Almost all Indian trade… ...read


Startups to win over $15,000 from Village Capital Nutrition Forum

TechMoran - 23/Feb/2017

In Ghana, UNICEF estimates that 57% of children under 5 are anemic, 23% are stunted, and 30,000 children suffer from Severe Acute Malnutrition annually. This doesn’t just affect children physically – the next generation of entrepreneurs and leade… ...read

How To Make Yourself Larger Than Life Online

Curious.Discovery - 23/Feb/2017

People who are larger than life are either famous in their own right or they stumbled upon fame through something they did.And by default, they are larger than life online too.You can be same.Not necessarily famous. For that you need to do a lot.But… ...read


The Power Of Association.

Kawi Snippets - 23/Feb/2017

Throughout my life I have always tried to maintain two key qualities; not judging anyone based on their background and maintaining humility. I definitely have my parents to thank for instilling and being great examples of those qualities. Having grow… ...read

Governments should enact policies that promote development of digital economies – GSMA report

aptantech - 23/Feb/2017

The GSMA has launched a new report that encourages governments to pursue policies that incentivise investment and promote development of digital economies, building an inclusive [...]… ...read


FIFA open disciplinary action against Kenya for playing unauthorized matches

Soka25east - 23/Feb/2017

The world’s football governing body FIFA has opened disciplinary proceedings against Kenya for playing unsanctioned international matches during the 2015 Council for East and Central Africa Association (CECAFA) Senior Challenge Cup in Ethiopia. In… ...read

Nairobi rule: This is why you are not allowed to speak or address any gathering in your mother tongue

NewsDay Kenya - 23/Feb/2017

In what appears to be an attempt to fight increasing tribalism and negative ethnicity, the city government has moved in to bar any politician from resorting to their local dialects when addressing any rally within the county. The new Nairobi campaign… ...read