The most anticipated tournament of the year UEFA Euro 2020 is kicking off tonight and for the next one month, football enthusiasts can look...
His company Documentary & Reality TV Limited is home to many of Kenya’s most popular shows running on continentally acclaimed broadcasters including The MultiChoice Group, KTN, and K24 among others. Some of the shows currently airing include Sol Family, Foods of Kenya, Stori Yangu, and his latest creation This Love.
Kengen MD and CEO Rebecca Miano revealed that this was the first time a Fuji Turbine was being installed not only in Kenya but in Africa.
Importantly, e-Sims are eco-friendly and reduce waste. An e-Sim also allows you to have more than one phone number (SIMs) on a device. It means you have to worry less about losing or damaging your SIM card as it is tied to the device itself.
With the Mobius 3 expected to start from Ksh3.9 million, the company hopes to edge out SUV imports from Japan and China while remaining an attractive choice for customers looking at style alongside functionality.
They targeted the system's Quick Response (QR) code, part of the e-construction development plans application system. With the digitally signed approvals, developers do not require hard copies with stamps as evidence of the city's permission.
To help ensure business resilience, they must look at training staff entering the market for the first time and supplementing their skills with those relevant to their requirements. It makes sense for the organisation to reskill and upskill new workers with training built on practical data and cybersecurity requirements.
Rather than trying to evade these legal minefields, employers should look to build trust between themselves and employees, and build a safe and compliant environment where privacy is assured.
Moyale is the only gazetted border crossing point between Ethiopia and Kenya. A fully functional OSBP is expected to reduce the border crossing time by at least 30 percent, to enable faster movement of cargo and people.
The data paints a bleak picture of a dire situation that many Kenyan journalists found themselves in. Many, however, were able to weather the storm by taking up side hustles.