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Mpesa Interactive Voice Response (IVR)

Safaricom company has always been on the front line to be a company that doesn’t just make money, but it has been active in developing the society through lifting up the disadvantaged. 341 more words


Music consumption in Kenya: A digital revolution

Over the last few years in Kenya, retail spending on physical music formats has declined, with evidence showing a continuance in this trend. Consumer spending on digital music, however, saw a starkly opposite fortune, growing considerably and overtaking physical expenditure in 2015. 345 more words

Cultural Economics

5 Impressive Kenyan Adverts That Are Made For Millennials

Most products sell only because of the adverts. Just think about it. How many foodstuffs do you know that have no single health benefit, or services that cost way too much for your budget… but you still bought them? 527 more words


Africa Roundup: Lori Systems wins BFX Africa, Andela raises $40M, Jumia lends to SMEs, Safaricom launches incubator

Logistics transportation company Lori Systems won best of show at TechCrunch’s Startup Battlefield Africa after gaining majority votes of the event’s 15 judges. The Kenyan-based venture pitched its platform to optimize all points of the cargo delivery supply chain ― from the trucks, to the suppliers, to invoicing and costs. 620 more words



I have taken time to ponder the #Resist movement, and I have decided to say my piece.

Firstly, I am relieved that we have finally started boycotting as a political instrument, but I will expound on that later. 375 more words

How much can the economy take?

By Julita Muthoni

The economy is already on its knees and with the political drama witnessed in the country since 1st September 2017 is anything to go by, no more setbacks if we need sane governance. 415 more words


Boycotted Products Now on Special Offer in Kisumu

Safaricom, Brookside and Bidco products have recorded a drop in sales since Thursday last week, following an economic boycott call on the products by the country’s opposition. 197 more words