We have very interesting fellows here. Some has just created a Facebook chat of Uhuru Kenyatta / Ruto and its all about the visit to the Hague by the latter. You might like the parody. It makes the Nairobi’s cold weather disappear though. The parody was created using Farcebook. What do you think of the chat?
Safaricom released its financial results and it looks impressive. The firm made Ksh 7.6B ($94 Million) in profits and unlike early last year when the VAS chief told us at Mobile Web East Africa that data was not key to Safaricom’s growth, it has now become key. Safaricom’s clientelle represents a market share of 76.7%. It says that the number.
There is this Niko Na Safaricom campaign which Safaricom reportedly spent over Ksh 60 Million to make and alot more to run. Safaricom has praised the advert as something which was done from scratch and it being an “original composition”. That is not coming out as the truth since in 2009, Qantas Air (Australian national carrier) ran a similar.
The African Network for Localisation (ANLoc) – Training sub-project is calling for participation in three of its upcoming software localisation training events. ANLoc’s mission is to empower Africans to participate in the digital age by removing the last inch limitations imposed on language usage by the limitation of technology. The Training.
AccessKenya Group says that launch of the free online traffic cameras service by the Group to help ease traffic logistics, has resulted in more than 13.5 million hits on the AccessKenya home portal www.home.co.ke in October, compared to the 3 million hits recorded in September this year. That I doubt, AccessKenya has been loosing rankings for the last one.
Safaricom has unveiled a major brand campaign saying that they aim to cement Safaricom’s connection with the Kenyan market. Building on the existing Niko na Safaricom tagline which has resonated with the firm’s over 16 million subscribers and other Kenyans, is touted as biggest brand commercial ever executed in the country. The commercial, shot.
According to my sources, Nokia N8 is going to be on sale in Nairobi from this Friday. Though the Nokia teams loves to hate Techmtaa because we dont take their nonesense lying down nor do we rely on licking sehemu nyeti for stories. We must be fair to everyone. Nokia is going and has always beaten Apple in this market because of the dynamics. I was just.
Orange has partnered with Equity Bank to offer customers a money transfer service called “Orange Money”. Pitting it as the most versatile service in the market so far, Orange says that their “Orange Money” combines the features of mobile money transfer products and mobile banking. The product is not new as it will be powered by Equity.
Kenya Data Networks (KDN) has activated 4 X 64 STM 64 (39,000 Mbps) on the KPLC fiber optic network on the Nairobi-Mombasa power transmission line. This was done at an annual cost of Kshs 194 Million to KDN. KDN received an acceptance certificate from its contractor Alcatel Lucent who activated the fiber optic cable from Mombasa and Nairobi. This allows.
Riding on the popularity of the Beat it by Michael Jackson, Weird Al Yankovic created Eat it. Both videos have gone viral and a third version of the concept with different content and done by Seedwell is Tweet it. It has also gone viral with even CNN and Aljazeera featuring the same. It’s such a funny creation and worth watching. Watch it
Commissions Commission of Kenya (CCK) has signed an MoU with the National Council for Persons with Disabilities (NCPWD) and United Disabled Persons of Kenya (UDPK) in support of the creation of a Web Portal for Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) to provide relevant content to persons involved in the disability field. This initiative is part of the Ksh35.
The Mobile Monday community is growing in the continent. MobileMonday (MoMo ) is the open networking organisation idea for mobile industry professionals meant to foster cooperation and cross-border business development through virtual and live networking events. Tanzanians joined the over 63 worldwide MoMo chapters by calling for the launch of the MoMo.
The ANC Youth League would call for the closure of Twitter if the social network administrators did nothing to stop its president Julius Malema‘s impersonators, a spokesperson said on Wednesday. “We will look at ways of stopping this… Even if it means going to the police,” Floyd Shivhambu said. A search of Malema on twitter reveals.
Safaricom clients with lines on 0718, 0719 and some 0722 numbers have not been able to originate nor terminate calls after some cable cuts around Museum Hill area. The CEO has promised that the engineers are working round everything (not the clock) to get the problem rectified. The problem has been bad in Nairobi with minor disruptions upcountry. As a result.