In view of the new variant, there are a few steps that governments shouldn’t be taking. And some they should be taking.
Rwanda has implemented one of the most comprehensive electrification programmes in the world. In 2009 only 6 per cent of Rwandans had access to electricity.
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As a company, MultiChoice remains true to its brand purpose of enriching lives as a clear purpose-led and technology platform business.
Launched in 2007, M-PESA started as a person-to-person mobile money transfer service and has evolved through the years.
South Africa and India have petitioned the World Trade Organization (WTO) to waive certain IP protections, for a limited time, that relate to products for preventing, containing or treating Covid-19.
The intent behind the push for the waiver is of course well intended – to remove any bottlenecks due to intellectual property protections and ramp up the production and distribution of these vaccines in the rest of the world.
Social media platforms exploit our emotions and pre-cognate needs like belonging, recognition, acceptance and pleasure that are ‘hard wired’ into us to secure our survival.
Reporters Without Borders reported that 50 journalists from around the world died in the course of duty.
Governments have given varying justifications for these moves. These include: combating hate speech and fake news in Chad and Ethiopia, suppressing violence in Sudan, and preventing exam cheating in Algeria and Sudan.
Fiona Asonga’s role in policy and regulatory matters has had her acquire certificates in Policy Development and Advocacy from International Center for Parliamentary Studies, Training and Consulting Associates and Business Advocacy Fund.
A key highlight of CS Joe Mucheru’s tenure has been his commitment to developing the right legal and regulatory environment for the ICT sector to thrive safely and without interferences.