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  • Business woman to sue Microsoft over photos Lilian Mutegi

    Jul 27, 2014
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    (L-to-R): Susan Wokabi with actress Sarah Hassan.
    Business lady Susan Wokabi owner of Suzie Beauty shops and CEO of Suzie Beauty Cosmetics, is suing Microsoft under claims that the global company u...

    According to Standard Digital, Susan claims that the photos were handed over to Microsoft’s advertising agency by make-up artist and entrepreneur,...

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  • Bata rents an e-store on Jumuia Stella Kaibung'a

    Jul 26, 2014
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    Bata takes its merchandise online.
    Footwear manufacturer and retailer Bata now has an online store selling its products on Jumia’s Kenya marketplace.

    Bata made the decision to embrace the Jumuia platform due to its popularity with online shoppers, with the hope that this investment will in turn i...

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  • First batch of IT students graduate from Rwanda’s Carnegie Mellon University Stella Kaibung'a

    Jul 25, 2014
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    Students from CMU graduated with Master's degrees in IT.
    The Carnegie Mellon University has announced the graduation of its first class, not just in Rwanda, but in Africa at large. Each of the 22 students...

    “Our graduating class is filled with remarkable young men and women who are ready to enter industry and become entrepreneurs. We are excited about...

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  • Telkom CEO under investigations over car-cloning case Lilian Mutegi

    Jul 25, 2014
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    Telkom Chief Executive Officer, Sipho Maseko.
    Telkom chief executive Sipho Maseko is at the centre of an investigation into a car licence cloning scandal.

    According to Independent Online the man who earns nearly R1 million a month stands accused of running up about R30 000 in traffic fines - to be pai...

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  • Bata moves to sell its fashion products on JUMIA Kenya online marketplace Lilian Mutegi

    Jul 25, 2014
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    Bata, a footwear manufacturer and retailer, has moved to sell its fashion products on JUMIA Kenya  online Marketplace, joining the growing list of...

    The company, which boasts over 100 ultra-modern stores across the country and stocks fashion shoes for ladies, men and children, has chosen to list...

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  • House team clears Safaricom security tender award Lilian Mutegi

    Jul 25, 2014
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    A parliamentary committee on Thursday approved the national security surveillance system award to Safaricom.

    The deal will see the mobile service provider set up and manage a secure communication network for police featuring surveillance cameras and digita...

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  • Microsoft OneNote lands in Amazon App Store ahead of Fire phone release Brad Chacos

    Jul 25, 2014
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    Amazon's tablets may not be the most potent productivity machines, but a mere day before the launch of the company's Fire phone, Microsoft's enhanc...

    Like all other versions of the app, the App Store version of OneNote--a note-taking competitor to Evernote and Google Keep--is free. The Kindle Fi...

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  • Fortinet delivers world's fastest firewall Chris Player

    Jul 25, 2014
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    Fortinet is the first network security vendor to deliver a firewall that exceeds 1 terabit per second (Tbps) throughput performance. 

    The Californian-based firm also said its new firewall, the FortiGate 5144C offers 10, 40 and 100 Gigabit ethernet (GbE) options. Fortinet founder...

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  • Postal Corporation of Kenya unveils older persons cash transfer payment system Lilian Mutegi

    Jul 25, 2014
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    Fred Matiang'i, the ICT CS (R), being served at a Posta outlet.
    Postal Corporation of Kenya (PCK) has rolled out a cash transfer programme to pay Ksh 2000 each month for five months to the elderly in the country.

    The programme known as Older Persons Cash Transfer Programme Payment System, is set to benefit 105,000 elderly persons through a bi-monthly cash pa...

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  • Kenyans to use Visa cards at over 120 TOTAL service stations Lilian Mutegi

    Jul 25, 2014
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    Kenyan motorists can now pay for fuel with their Visa debit and credit cards at over one hundred and twenty TOTAL Service Stations across Kenya.

    Soon motorists will be able to use their Visa cards at the majority of TOTAL Service Stations across the country. This is in addition to other serv...

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