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ICT trade set to soar in county structure

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By NATION CORRESPONDENT

 Sunday, November 4  2012

The ICT sector is eyeing a boom in business once the government devolves services to the county level after the March General Election.Speaking to the Nation on Friday, Wananchi Group chief technical officer Riyaz Bachani said the uptake of Information Communication Technology (ICT) is likely to improve in the devolved system especially if the government makes available more public services online.

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Presidential debates now set for January 2013

kass tvMedia houses have postponed the joint presidential debates to January 2013.

The first of the three debates will only take place after official nomination of presidential candidates, the Joint Media Debates Steering Committee said on Thursday.

Several TV stations launched the project last month in a bid to assist Kenyan voters make informed decisions during next year's General Election.At the launch, Nation Media Group’s chief executive Mr Linus Gitahi said the debates would also give politicians a chance to articulate issues that they plan to address if voted for.

He and his Royal Media Services counterpart Mr Wachira Waruru assured viewers of fairness and independence of the project.

The debates will be aired on NTV, Kiss TV, Kass TV, KTN, Citizen TV, K24, KBC, QTV and several radio stations.

Standard Group’s Chief Executive Officer Mr Sam Shollei said seasoned analysts would be part of the team that gages responses from the presidential candidates during the debates.

Prime Minister Raila Odinga, deputies Uhuru Kenyatta and Musalia Mudavadi, Eldoret North MP William Ruto and Gichugu MP Martha Karua are some of the aspirants in the race to State House.

Others are Ministers Eugene Wamalwa and Charity Ngilu, MPs Peter Kenneth (Gatanga) and Mutava Musyimi (Gachoka) and former Permanent Secretary Prof James Ole Kiyiapi.

Internet proposals threaten future of Silicon Savannah

InternetThe Kenyan government, working with the private sector, has enabled consumers and businesses to thrive due to policies promoting investment in, and development of, Internet infrastructure....

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Emphasis on ICTs blurs other key technologies

ICTThe ‘ICT is technology’ confusion is everywhere even in our training institutions, agricultural engineering graduates are more focused on writing mobile apps for farmers than coming up with cheaper and locally made farming machinery. ...

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KONZA LAYS 500KM UNDERGROUND ICT CABLES

konzaBUSINESS DAILY BY OTIATO GUGUYU

Thursday February 18, 2021

They laying of 500km of ICT cabling in Konza city has been done, stepping up efforts to open up the technopolis for private companies seeking to set up in the Greenfield city.

The infrastructure is meant to attract investment by providing ready-to-plug backbone ICT network.

Konza has also completed phase 2 — Tier III National Data Centre — with smart city facilities and services to support Konza Technopolis, e-government as well as the small and medium enterprises services.

“We are expecting Kenya to cement its lead in IT leadership and this is a flagship project that will be integral for job creation for the youth,” Vision 2030 CEO Kenneth Mwige said.

The project, Mr Mwige said, is expected to support Kenya’s ambition to build knowledge-based economy by hosting both government and private sector data locally.....READ MORE

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