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2016.04.28

Econet, Introduces Airtime Credit On Ecocash

ECONET Wireless is introducing an airtime credit service via the EcoCash platform which will allow more than 5-million customers to borrow airtime...

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2016.04.28

U.S. Embassy Nairobi Hosted Online Twitter Campaign #worthmorealive

By Jeanette Oloo
According to wildlife conservationist group, Save the Elephants, 100,000 elephants were killed in Africa from 2010 to 2012 and Ke..

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2016.04.28

Chinese ZTE to Open 50 Branches in Zim

Chinese telecoms equipment and handset manufacturer, ZTE is set to open 50 branches in Zimbabwe this year which will also include a technical and r..

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2016.04.26

Why You Should Clean You Cell Phones Regularly

A physician, Dr Arikawe Adeolu, has advised users of cell phones to always clean them regularly with antiseptic wipes to avoid contracting infectio..

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2016.04.26

Data Roaming Charges to Fall As Four East Africa Countries Sig

By Christabel Ligami
It will be easier and cheaper to use your data bundles on different telecommunication platforms within four East African coun..

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2016.04.26

New Computer Crime Law Hinders Vibrant Online Discourse

The ruling Revolutionary Democrats have crafted the first ever computer crime law and tabled it to the federal parliament, fully controlled by them..

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2016.04.26

Gauteng Online Applications Progressing Well

Pretoria — Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi says he is satisfied with the progress his department has made with the new Online Learner Applic..

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2016.04.26

Rwanda Hosts Talks to Roam Africa

By Brenda Ankunda
Kigali — Operators within the region will be required to re-negotiate their bilateral agreements to ensure the full implementa..

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2016.04.25

President Khama also clarified that farmers in the district were allowed to sell small stock to what Mr Kapeko described as a lucrative market in South Africa, but would have to follow the stipulated animal movement protocols. On other issues, Lt Gen. Khama further informed farmers that government now paid a full compensation for livestock killed or fields destroyed by dangerous wild animals like lions and elephants among others. In the past farmers only received 35 per cent compensation. "But we only compensate if the animal can attack you otherwise it's your responsibility to protect your fields and livestock," he explained.

Dimension Data and Cisco announced an initiative aimed at dramatically reducing the number of rhinos being poached in South Africa. The two compani..

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2016.04.25

Government Plans to Develop Underground Water Technology

By Topo Monngakgotla
Omaweneno — Government will do a research with a view to develop a technology to assist farmers with saline underground wat..

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