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Africa seeks to boost investment on wider broadband connectivity

Low internet access remains a big barrier to the continent’s growth, conference told.
By Graham Kajilwa 2024-04-23 00:00:00
KAM says priority area would be reduction of electricity costs to raise Kenya’s competitiveness.
By Tasmima Ibrahim 2024-04-22 20:00:00
Dr Omina was until her appointment the Deputy Chief Medical Officer at The Social Service League, Mp Shah Hospital.
By Brian Ngugi 2024-04-22 19:32:53
The factory plans to assist farmers explore the growing market of orthodox tea globally.
By James Murimi 2024-04-22 19:31:05
Turkish Ceramic will be relying on high end technology from Turkey, Germany and China.
By Kamau Muthoni 2024-04-22 19:22:54
Stakeholders in the tourism industry have hit out at Tourism and Wildlife Cabinet Secretary Alfred Mutua over remarks on hotel classification.
By Philip Mwakio 2024-04-21 18:59:12
Shift has also been informed by damning data showing that half of these enterprises close shop just a year.
By Graham Kajilwa 2024-04-21 15:00:00
PS Elijah Mwangi emphasised that the move aims to formalise the sector, eliminate illegal mining, reduce accidents, and safeguard government revenue.
By Benard Lusigi 2024-04-21 12:11:05
High prices and maintenance costs are the biggest hindrance to the country's transition from fuel to electric-powered vehicles, say transport stakeholders.
By Joackim Bwana 2024-04-20 21:54:29
CS Mutua said he has already visited 12 counties and plans to engage with all 47 county governors to solicit their support in expanding tourist attractions within their respective regions.
By Esther Dianah 2024-04-20 10:00:00
East Africa has been ranked among the most open sub-regions in the world in terms visa openness as global travel recovers to pre-pandemic levels, a new report by UN Tourism shows.
By Brian Ngugi 2024-04-20 06:52:10
Royal Mabati Ltd, was yet again in the crosshairs of CAK for another year in 2023 over complaints from customers for failing to deliver products as per agreed terms.
By Brian Ngugi 2024-04-20 05:00:00