Ashish Thakkar, one of Africa’s thriving entrepreneurs, started his business when he was only 15 years old in 1996.
During that time, his family had settled as refugees in Uganda after fleeing the Rwandan genocide attacks.
It was the second time the Thakkar family was making
Social media is where people spend most of their time on the internet and this is a huge audience. Facebook for example has over 1.65 billion active users and Twitter has over 320 million active users. This has led traditional media to come up with digital only editions and new age
Seventy-seven years after Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard began tinkering in a Palo Alto garage, the firm that became the foundation for Silicon Valley is breaking up.
Hewlett-Packard on Sunday officially split into two entities, opening a new chapter for the US technology legend.
President Uhuru Kenyatta on Sunday night ruled out paying teachers higher salaries, saying that doing so would raise the cost of living.
In a televised address from State House, Nairobi, the President said the government had taken the decision to close all schools to ensure
Some emails are perfectly answered with a simple “Sounds good.” Others, of a much less pleasant variety, require a thoughtful and detailed response. A response that takes time, energy and the occasional thesaurus.
And sometimes, you just don’t have the energy. But you can’t just ignore it, right?
Right. Instead, do this: At the bottom of a shorter-than-necessary Continue Reading
The much awaited Kenya National Music Policy has officially been unveiled. The policy which is poised to streamline the music industry in Kenya, comes at a time when music stakeholders have been calling for an official document to guide the multi-million industry and prepare it for the next phase of growth.
The official publication of the National Music Policy is a result of the work culmination of the work of a taskforce that was formed by the government in 2007 to engage the Continue Reading