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Getting into Safaricom Employment, Internship and Attachment Opportunities-iRecruitment Process

Safaricom Limited is the biggest Tele-Communication Company in East and Central Africa. It delights having over 25.1 million subscribers, providing over 200,000 touch points for its customers and offering over 100 different products under its portfolio. 969 more words

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Kenya may soon be tapping the phones of its citizens

Kenyan authorities may soon be monitoring the phone calls, text messages, and mobile money transactions of millions of its citizens. Regulators are ordering mobile phone operators including Safaricom, Airtel, and Orange to allow access, according to the Nation, a Kenyan paper that has… 299 more words

Kenyan banks have joined forces to launch a mobile money rival to M-Pesa

Nearly ten years after its launch, M-Pesa finally has what could be a major competitor in the multi-billion dollar mobile money transactions business.

Kenyan banks, who petitioned regulators to prevent M-Pesa’s launch in 2007,  have now  452 more words

Mandera in PANIC after communication is cut off

Panic and fear has gripped residents of Mandera town after communication was disrupted. Residents of Mandera county are living in fear after communication was disrupted for hours. 150 more words

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Safaricom Partners With Facebook Investors.

The Earn , Save and Invest mantra is a cliche we have all been bombarded with whenever we seek financial advice. Well, a group of Facebookers have taken the phrase a notch higher by doing what most fear ;Earning , Saving and Investing their dues. 138 more words

Kenya's mobile phone ownership is lower than we thought

Mobile phone ownership in Kenya, home of the world’s largest mobile money platform and one of Africa’s most mobile friendly economies, is a little lower than previously thought. 259 more words

The Michael Joseph Saga

Safaricom CEO – Michael Joseph (demi-hero)

So just in case you’ve just woken up like Rip Van Winkle or have dropped in from another planet and you don’t know who Michael Joseph is, he is the CEO of Safaricom, which according to me is the biggest mobile phone communication provider in Kenya. 730 more words

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