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October 14, 2017 8:59 PM ICT Cabinet Secretary's take on cyber crimes

1. Social media bullying is taking the nation by storm. Recently, two young girls were lured by Facebook friends to accept their sexual advances. They were raped, dumped and left to die in the bush. What is your ministry doing to end social media bullying? This incident is a reminder that the internet and technology are only there to supplement our normal 39

October 11, 2017 10:57 PM Strive takes Kwese TV to Swaziland

ECONET group founder Strive Masiyiwa has set his eyes on Swaziland after applying for a licence to provide satellite television services in the country. Kwese TV, managed under the subsidiary Econet Media, is also available in African countries, including Botswana, Ghana, Lesotho, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Rwanda, Nigeria and South Africa. Masiyiwa recently 20

September 28, 2017 9:00 AM Uganda bans TV, radio coverage in parliament after brawl

Johannesburg – The Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) has banned TV and radio stations from relaying live parliamentary proceedings following broadcasts of MPs brawling over a proposed bill on presidential age limits, Kenya’s Daily Nation reported on Thursday. "The commission hereby directs all broadcasters to immediately stop and refrain from broadcasting 20

September 28, 2017 5:33 AM Uganda bans live coverage of Parliament

Radio and television stations that have been relaying live proceedings of Parliament debating Constitutional amendments on Wednesday halted the broadcasts following a directive by Uganda Communications Commission (UCC), the sector regulator. The halt which stems from a September 26 directive by the UCC boss, Godfrey Mutabazi to all broadcasters to stop live feeds 19

September 27, 2017 3:11 PM UCC bans live coverage of Parliament

Ugandans who have been enjoying watching events on age-limit as they happen can no longer do so after Uganda Communication Commission (UCC) outlawed live broadcasts. In a statement circulated to media houses, Godfrey Mutabazi, the UCC executive director, said TV or radio stations operating in the country should cease the broadcasts forthwith or face suspension 9

September 24, 2017 7:04 AM Can Sonko tame the raging matatu cartels?

Governor Mike Sonko’s about turn on the matatu crackdown in the city, is a boon to cartels running the capital’s transport system. A former matatu operator and chair of Eastlands Matatu Operators Association, the governor has found himself in a spot where he has to implement rules he once went to court to fight and won. Since 2004 when the late Transport 5

September 22, 2017 10:23 AM Brave journalist paid for heroic act with painful stings on ‘nether regions’

The journalist who risked his life to rescue a disabled beggar from a swarm of bees in Nairobi’s CBD on Wednesday paid a curious price for his heroic act. Victor Muyakane has narrated how he withstood numerous stings all over his body including “his private parts.” “It was a painful experience. I couldn’t open my mouth to speak, the bees would get inside 2

September 21, 2017 9:45 AM Kenyans celebrate KBC journalist for saving disabled man

Victor Muyakane, a Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC ) journalist has been hailed a hero for putting his life in line of duty to save a disabled beggar who was being stung by bees outside the Supreme Court on Wednesday afternoon. The attack occurred while judges of the Supreme Court were delivering a detailed judgment on the Presidential petition filed 2

September 4, 2017 3:28 AM South Korea, U.S. plan more drills after North Korea nuclear test rattles globe

SEOUL/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - South Korea said on Monday it was preparing fresh military drills with its ally the United States and ramping up its ballistic missile defenses in response to North Korea’s sixth and most powerful nuclear test a day earlier. The United Nations Security Council was set to meet later on Monday to discuss fresh sanctions against 9

September 3, 2017 10:00 AM David Maraga: God’s will, passion for justice drive me

“In obedience to God’s Command and Will, and guided by the Constitution, to serve humanity, and Kenyans in particular, with dedication, honesty and integrity, striving at all times to uphold the rule of law and do justice to all.” This was David Maraga’s objective when he presented his CV before the Judicial Service Commission interview panel a year ago for the post of Chief 27