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Kenyan Government Considers Restricting TikTok Usage Among Senior Officials Due to Security Concerns

In a recent hearing before the Public Petitions Committee of the National Assembly, Interior Cabinet Secretary Prof Kithure Kindiki revealed that the National Security Council is actively discussing the potential ban on senior government officers sharing certain information or using the popular Chinese app TikTok on government devices

CS Eliud Owalo Joins ITU Digital Innovation Board

Information, Communications and the Digital Economy, Cabinet Secretary Eliud Owalo, has been selected as a  Member of...

Kenya and Toyota Partner to Spur Vehicle manufacturing and renewable energy development

Kenya has partnered with Toyota Tsusho Corporation to enable vehicle manufacturing and renewable energy development. The agreement...

Kenyan Central Bank Cracks Down on Remote Onboarding Risks in Mobile Money

Addressing concerns in a recently released circular, the regulator urges mobile money service providers (MMSPs) and banks to bolster their anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing

Kenya  to host Connected Africa Summit 2024

 Kenya  is scheduled to host the Connected Africa Summit 2024  aimed to bridge Africa's digital divide. The...

Chinese enterprises hold job fair for Zambian students

Chinese enterprises held a one-day job fair in the Zambian capital, Lusaka, for potential job seekers from...

 Biden to improve Kenya’s investment climate to become Africa’s best

The Biden administration wants to improve Kenya’s investment climate  to become a model for other African countries . This...

Safaricom launches MyCounty App platform to Kitui County

Safaricom in partnership with Kitui county  have launched the MyCounty app platform aimed at digitizing county services...