By James Ratemo, email@example.com
For any company that values its reputation, giving back to the community is key to boosting its brand awareness and cultivating good will among its clientele. Continue reading
Two free-to-air stations have ditched digital platform citing poor reach of the platform.
National broadcaster, KBC, and Mediamax’s channel K24 are now airing their programs in analogue format saying most Kenyans are yet to purchase set-top-boxes meaning digital TV reach is still limited. Continue reading
Kenyan health workers are using a mobile app to learn and educate the masses on health principles.
Dubbed ‘iAfya’, the tool by Avallain Limited, a social enterprise based in Switzerland and Kenya, is already being used as a professional companion by health workers at Coptic hospital.
The tool is gaining prominence since the mobile phone has become ubiquitous (widely available) in Kenya and the region. Continue reading
Vincent Lobry is the new Chief Executive Officer for Telkom Kenya taking over from Mickael Ghossein.
Mickael Ghossein has been appointed Senior Vice President of Orange Business Services – Middle East. Continue reading
The list below is a list of all students that scored 17 or higher on the Final Exam Quiz, applied for the certificate, and agreed to have their names listed on the DDJ website
|Kenya||Anja Bengelstorff||Africa Correspondent|
|Kenya||Burhan Farah Hassan||Journalist||website|
|Kenya||Hellen Githaiga||Online Subeditor|
|Kenya||Harry Misiko||Mr/journalist (sub-editor)||website|
|Kenya||Whitney Mwangi||Freelance Journalist||website|
|Kenya||Sophia Mbugua||Broadcast Journalist|
|Kenya||Fred Mbugua||Online Editor||website|
|Kenya||Lynette Mukami||Sub-editor, Business Daily Africa||website|
|Kenya||Samuel Njihia||Online Editor||website|
|Kenya||Winnie Osika||Freelance Journalist|
|Kenya||James Ratemo||Digital Media Trainer/ Journalist||website|
|Kenya||Millie Wachira||Visual Communication Specialist|
Number of mobile subscribers in Kenya rose 1.8 percent to reach 31.8 million in the first quarter of 2014. In its quarterly review of the sector, the Communications Authority of Kenya (CAK) reports tha this trend is similar to that observed over the last two years where quarter-on-quarter growth has remained below 2 per cent. The same period of the previous year had recorded a decline of 2.9 per cent. Continue reading
The Nairobi City County (NCC) Government has moved to ease payment for services and streamline revenue collection by switching to e-payments for its services such as Matatu seasonal ticketing and rent collection for its estates and market stalls.
Speaking when the e-payment module went live, Dr. Evans Kidero, the Nairobi City County Governor said e-payment for land rates and Single Business Permit were already operational and had helped ease long queues at City Hall. Continue reading