Installation of Huawei 5G banned in the U.K.

United Kingdom on Monday detailed plans to phase out Huawei from its 5G networks. Come September 2021 carriers installing the Chinese firm’s gear will have to stop. The U.K. government decided to ban 5G equipment from Huawei over the summer. Reversing course after heightened pressure from the United States. Westminster had initially allowed Huawei a limited role in the U. K’s 5G deployment. Washington has imposed devastating sanctions on Huawei. It is claiming that the Shenzhen-based company could enable the government in Beijing to spy on sensitive communications. For its…

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TECNO new innovations to meet Africans needs

For the past 15 years, many aspects contributed to Africa’s rapid economic growth. Mobile phones were critical in leading to this growth. Transsion, a Chinese-led group that started in Africa and focuses on emerging markets outside of China. Its brands, such as TECNO, are household names on the continent, where it is today the single biggest smartphone seller. Transsion’s vice-president, Stephen Ha, puts this down to designing phones specifically for the needs of the African consumers. In 2008, it made a strategic decision to focus exclusively on Africa, before expanding…

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DCA WebForum Hosts Leading Ladies in Africa’s Finance Sector on timely topic of Women Bankers for Women Entrepreneurs: A post 2020 strategy for success.

The DCA Group hosted its 5th impactful and insightful Executive Roundtable conversation on the topic of “Women Bankers for Women Entrepreneurs: A post 2020 strategy for success, presenting a unique topic about “What Women Want” in Banking. The virtual meeting dialog consisted of  leading ladies at the Ministry of Trade and Industry Zanzibar, Credit Bank PLC-Kenya, Bank of Ghana, NCBA Bank Group, Absa Bank and African Development Bank Group. The rich discussions encompassed Ambassadors, Ministers, Senior Managers, and Directors in top Banking and Finance Industry who are passionate and well known in…

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TikTok granted a 7-Day deadline extension

The Trump administration has given Byte Dance, TikTok’s owner another week to complete a sale of its popular video-sharing app. This is in regards to resolve U.S. national security concerns raised earlier in the year. The deadline extension The new extended deadline is Dec. 4. The popular app fate was caught up for months in U.S. President Donald Trump’s crackdown on Chinese technology companies. The app has more than 100 million downloads in the United States. The administration claims that American’s private data gathered through the app. They suspected that…

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Dell anticipates increase in sales

Dell foresees a surge in sales as Work From Home and online learning become the new norm. Dell is a multinational IT company based in Texas, United States. It produces desktop PCs, notebooks, tablets, and peripherals, storage solutions, virtualization and cloud services, and infrastructure. Dell Technologies anticipates current-quarter sales above market expectations. The Covid 19 pandemic shifted office work to remote work and online learning. This shift increased demand for the companies desktops and notebooks, helping it post a surprise rise in third-quarter revenue. The company said, on an earnings…

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Zain ranked best Telecom employer in region by Forbes’ World’s Employers list for 2020

Zain Group, a leading mobile telecom innovator operating across the Middle East and Africa is proud to announce its categorization as the region’s highest ranked telecom group and only company from Kuwait in Forbes magazine’s The World’s Best Employers list for 2020. The list also saw Zain ranked fourth best employer across all industries in the Middle East. First published in 1917, the world-renowned American business magazine, Forbes, is one of the most reputable and respected names in business publishing globally, and Zain’s inclusion in its list of best employers…

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Free calls and data during Safaricom at 20

Telecommunication giant Safaricom has announced to give away free calls and data for its loyal customers at its Safaricom at 20 birthday celebrations at the Serena Hotel, Nairobi. Safaricom which enjoys about 35 million subscribers in Kenya said all its customers will be enjoying one free call of up to 20 minutes within the next 30 days as they celebrate 20 years of service. The 20 free minutes offer is a gift from Safaricom which is celebrating 20 years since its establishment in Kenya in 2000. Customers also turning 20…

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Future Jobs to look out for in the coming years.

Technology is day by day becoming the way of life for each an every one of us. This igoing to affect employment industry in the near future. We cannot simply dare to escape its existence, growth and interruption in our lives is bound to increase. This applies to our sources of income, our daily jobs which have been fully revolutionized by technology. Most jobs which were manually done by hands have been replaced by machines reducing the man power required. Interestingly new jobs have also been created by technology, a…

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Key highlights of the World Statistics Day

As Kenya celebrated Mashujaa Day on 20th October the World at large was celebrating the World Statistics Day. This an international day to celebrate statistics. According to the Standard media, the day was created by the United Nations Statistical Commission and was first celebrated on 20 October 2010. The day is celebrated every five years making it the 2nd celebration. Here are some of the key interesting statistics that you would like to know. The latest global Covid-19 statistics, total cases now stand at 40,664,529 (40.7M); Deaths: 1,123,217 (1.12M) and…

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Facebook reinforces its presence in Africa

Facebook is in Africa’s good books yet again and this time, the tech giant  hopes to develop products made by Africans, for Africans and the rest of the world. In 2016, Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg visited Nigeria in what was his first trip to sub-Saharan Africa. While the attraction to the budding tech ecosystem which was already producing some of Africa’s best known startups was obvious, there was also the underlying influence of Facebook’s pool of high-ranking Nigerian-American executives. Four years later, that influence may be yielding more results as Facebook is…

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