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Technology will keep universities afloat in spite of coronavirus

EDUCATION

For students, the main challenge is adjusting to remote learning procedures and incurring costs related to accessing the Internet

Technology will keep universities afloat in spite of coronavirus

By Kiama Gitahi | 10 months ago

Sh3 billion set aside to advance research in 2016/17 Financial Year

Sh3 billion set aside to advance research in 2016/17 Financial Year

The idea was for the cash to reach two per cent of the GDP or Sh67 billion. “The ideas is supposed to mobilise funds from the government and development partners and put together into a kitty for research,” he said.

Phares Mutembei | 4 years ago

Fueling innovation key to Vision 2030

By the year 2030, Kenya hopes to be an industrialising middle-income country, where citizens enjoy high quality life in a clean and safe environment.

Adhere Cavince | 5 years ago

Equity Bank sets August as thin SIM technology rollout date

Equity Bank expects to officially roll out its controversial thin SIM technology by August this year. The move is expected to disrupt the telecoms market and reduce cost of money transfer.

Paul Wafula | 5 years ago

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