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Plentywaka, a bus sharing solution akin to SWVL, has launched Logistics By Plentywaka (LBP), an expansion to the company’s bus transportation network in the city.
The Coca-Cola system also donated to National Solidarity Funds in South Africa, Morocco, and Djibouti, and additional funds were allocated to boost awareness and mobilization to help stem infections in vulnerable communities across several countries.
If you get the 4GB RAM/64GB storage model for about KES. 21,000 to KES. 22,000 that will be a fair deal. But as many sites are listing the 3GB RAM/32GB storage model for these prices, then it is not something I'd advise anyone to go with.
Radio Africa Group's newspapers were missing during that announcement. But today Safaricom has announced that The Star and People Daily newspapers will now be accessible through the platform for just KES. 10 daily.
Samsung Electronics has announced the availability of their Crystal line of UHD TVs in Kenya. These are the recommended retail prices for the new TVs
Enjoy your music, loud and bold anytime with the Nokia 5310 that has dual front-facing speakers.
Safaricom says the Smartphone App Empowers More Than 170,000 Businesses to Make Payments, and View Reports on The Go. Safaricom says the Smartphone App Empowers More Than 170,000 Businesses to Make Payments, and View Reports on The Go. Here are the benefits of the Safaricom ‘M-Pesa for Business’ App.
Vivo Smartphone Kenya has announced it will be launching the vivo V19, its first-ever Dual Punch Hole Camera phone, on June 24th. This comes after a series of devices they've already introduced including the V17 Pro, the Vivo Y19, and others.
Gumzo, who describe themselves as Africa's first video conferencing platform, has today announced the addition of new features to its platform enabling its users record and broadcast their calls live through YouTube Live.
Remember the Energizer brand? Yes, the maker of batteries from when we were young? Well, they nowadays make phones, powerbanks and more. And you can buy their stuff locally.
Visa is launching a new initiative called “Where You Shop Matters". The company says the new campaign is designed to champion and enable entrepreneurs in Kenya while also encouraging consumers to support small businesses.
Google and Parallels have announced a new partnership that will see Chrome OS run Windows Apps. This will start with the full suite of Microsoft Office, followed by other Windows Apps later on. If you're a Chrome OS user, this is exciting news. But here's the catch before you get too excited: this will only be available to Enterprise Chromebooks.
Masoko.com seems to be picking up and they have a crazy offer for anyone with KES. 156,999 to spend. Buy Samsung Galaxy Z-Flip on Masoko and get free Galaxy A10s and Galaxy Watch Active
Google has pulled these apps from the Play Store, if you have them, delete them as they're malware-infected.
Bonga for Good initiative sees more than 600,000 Kenyans donate or redeem points, with customers set to continue redeeming their points at Lipa Na M-PESA merchants