It has been another busy week for anchor sectors in Kenya with more investors, landmark deals and strategic partnerships pointing to Kenya as the investment destination for the region.
Leading technology companies are using their resources and technologies to help marginalized communities in the continent overcome poverty, injustice and even discrimination.
The entertainment phenomenon that is Black Panther has captivated the world since its release earlier this year. It has been embraced for its representation of black people generally, and Africans specifically.
Money is the bloodline of any economy, and for businesses to thrive, its steady flow and circulation are critical. Cash is king.
Priscilla Muhiu is the Head of Marketing at Sendy, a mobile-based logistics firm that connects customers with drivers to help deliver goods from one place to another.
The economic well being of any nation rests on the country’s ability the create sustainable jobs for all.
Organisations that do not have a clear longer-term security roadmap in place are putting themselves at risk of being compromised.
Is your business driving change or being driven by it? This is the question that should be powering your business mindset in a digital world that’s swallowed by innovation and exponential change.
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As the business world becomes more and more technology dependent, it has become impossible to separate that technology from any kind of development. Words like ‘investment’ and ‘startup’ seem inevitably connected to ICT.
The use of technology in elections in Africa over the past years has continued to receive increased attention.
Kenya’s public institutions have this week increased their investments in technology to improve service delivery and address some of the most pressing problems in a development that is receiving thumbs up from both local and international players.
In Sub-Saharan Africa, more than 60 percent of a 1.2 billion population are under the age of 25.
There are two strong arguments why we need to get greater women and youth involvement in agriculture – pragmatic and strategic.
The emergence and proliferation of exponential technologies such as AI and IoT will challenge organisations’ ability to innovate at speed and scale to remain competitive.
The deadline for compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation has come and gone. And while it happened without too much fanfare in Nigeria, companies that think they can ignore the legislation and maintain a business as usual approach are in for a rude awakening.
Each year counterfeit goods cost the Kenyan economy $300 million in a well-oiled illicit trade that has not only taken away the citizen’s right to quality and genuine products, but put their lives at risk by infiltrating their markets with substandard goods.
In June 2018, the World Health Organization has released a global manual which aim is to help physicians and mental health professionals to diagnose physical and mental health conditions