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How can Africans trade more with other Africans?

Western multinationals used cheaper labour in underdeveloped countries to manufacture products that relied on inputs from all over the world and technologies developed in their more expensive labour markets. 951 more words

South Africa

The Mentor Fashion Show

Fashionable is what everyone wants to feel. One of the things we think matters most is the opinion of others on our appearance. But there is no doubt the Almighty did a great work in moulding us into wonderful beings, and as the co-creators it’s our earthly duty to maintain those standards. 360 more words

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HACKER HACKED INTO FINANCIAL DOMAIN

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Kenya : Hackers steal Sh 30billion from Kenya’s financial institutions

Team arrested at least 16 suspects including of a former police officer who is also touted as an IT guru, Insiders (KRA-Kenya Revenue Authority People) and a hacker who has been stealing money from local banks electronically in conjunction with a ring of other international hackers. 1,094 more words

Digital Forensic

Safaricom Jazz Festival-Feb 2017

Safaricom has over the years done Kenyans a huge service especially to music lovers. I love good music. I have followed this journey religiously since 2011 when Lady Blacksmith Mambazo brought the house down with their rhythmic dances; they have not aged. 154 more words

Kenya

Safaricom and mSurvey launch Consumer Wallet to map Africa’s cash economy

Kenya’s leading mobile provider, Safaricom, is teaming up with data collection startup mSurvey to launch Consumer Wallet ― an online platform using mobile and SMS to map Africa’s cash-based economy. 516 more words

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US State Dept thinks Africa's leading mobile money platform is vulnerable to money laundering

Mobile money providers like M-Pesa have disrupted traditional financial systems in many countries in ways conventional banks could only dream of. But, despite the significance of such services in the lives of millions of people, they remain vulnerable for use by money launderers, says a US Department of State… 399 more words