Westlands or ‘Westie’ as it’s commonly referred to by many locals has and will always remain a very important suburb in Nairobi. Today if you happen to pass through the desirable 72.50 sq. km you will not fail to see Read More →
If development could be seen as a fabric woven out of the activities of millions of people, then communication would Read More →
Indeed the Internet has become the town square of the global village of today and the country is Read More →
Did you know that a middle aged person in our region uses courier services at least five to six times in his life! There actually come those times in our lives when we are tied to consignments. This could be gifts that we would love to surprise our dear ones or stock of goods that are urgently needed in the next station for next production or face law suits and huge losses or just personal effects that we left behind and vice versa, and cannot imagine doing without. Whichever the case, Read More →
Did you know that Communication Commission of Kenya (CCK) was established in 1999 by the Kenya Communications Act (KCA) no.2 of 1998.The Act later was amended in 2009 that now mandates the Commission to help both the development of the information, and the communications sectors (including broadcasting, multimedia, telecommunications and postal services) and electronic commerce.
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