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· June, 2007

Stories about Kenya from June, 2007

Africa: Peupe: Africa’s first corporate blog

Read about Peupe, the Africa’s first corporate blog application designed by Multiple Choices in Kenya.

Kenya: problem with free primary education

Alexcia argues that the the free primary education initiative in Kenya is stuck in antiquity with no market driven input.

Kenya: Mzalendo on Africa Journal

Watch Mzalendo, eye on Kenyan parliament, on Reuters Africa Journal on Saturday.

Africa: Is Africa ready for Google?

Al Kags asks: Is Africa ready for Google?

Kenya: Defending citizen media

Mental Acrobatics defends bloggers’ coverage of the recent bomb explosion in Kenya: “I would argue that it is stories like this that rather than showing the danger of blogs, HIGHLIGHT...

Africa: Blogging TED Global

Africa's business blogosphere is known for being many things: Diverse Analytical Funny Engaging And the list could go on and on. But one thing that it is not generally known...

Kenya: Nairobi bomb explosion: God blinked

“If there is a god then the speck of dust on his eye that is Nairobi must have gotten too big. This morning he blinked. A product of the nineties,...

Kenya: Kenyan bank website hacked

Kenya-Byte writes about the Kenyan bank whose website was hacked recently: “Equity Bank’s website was defaced last week. Safaricom’s website is suspiciously unavailable. There is some mischief going around. The...

Africa: solar is the future of Africa

Afromusing writes about local solar and wind energy in Africa: “He had a powerful graph showing how 85% of Kenya (africa?) is not connected to the grid. The striking thing...

Africa: Google hires first African

“Google hires first African employee,” declares White African: “Joseph Mucheru has been named the new site lead for Google Kenya. This was whispered to be happening, but at today’s Google...

Africa: appropriate technologies for activists

Sokari Ekine's notes from the conference on mobile activism in Africa, which took place in Kenya recently: “The afternoon session was a musical chairs of Geek Dating with 10 “products”...

Kenya: SMS and politics in Kenya

assidous on SMS and politics in Kenya: “This is an SMS that landed in my cellphone yesterday. I thought i would share it out. It came in Kikuyu and i...

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