By Eugene Wanekeya Speaking authoritatively as a person who has earned significant paydays from part-time online freelance jobs, I say they are legit. But as is common with many other income generating platforms, online ventures are not free from abuse therefore it is important for you as a job seeker to do your due diligence. … Continue reading Are online freelance jobs legit?
By Eugene Wanekeya I consider myself tech-savvy and up to date with trends but it came as a surprise to me that 3D printing technology has been in Kenya for the past four years. I have seen this amazing tech in movies of course and at times thought it was science fiction – the objects … Continue reading Can 3D printing technology replace the traditional molding technology in Kenya’s manufacturing sector?
By Eugene Wanekeya I have been hanging out with a German student journalist for the past seven weeks and discovered a very simple solution to a political problem we have been having here in Kenya for years. Especially now that we have all this hullabaloo about politicians propagating hate then later claiming that they were … Continue reading “I Was Misquoted…” Yeah Right!
By Eugene Wanekeya Is the average Kenyan so uninformed that they cannot make use of parental control on their TV sets? Well this is the question I have been asking myself for the past month as I decide whether or not to chime into this Netflix vs the Kenya Film Classification Board debate. Apparently, representatives … Continue reading Kenyan TV viewers should self-regulate
As a parent you do not need to be completely tech savvy, all you need to do is learn the basics of how these technologies work so that you can be in a better position to offer guidance to your child.
Cancer is currently the third cause of death in Kenya after cardiovascular and infectious diseases. On average, 78 people die every day as a result of Cancer. Statistics from the Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI) indicate that about 38,500 new cases and 26,900 deaths are reported in the country annually.
By Eugene Wanekeya For the past two days, Kenyans on Twitter aka #KOT have been trolling DStv Kenya over the Pay TV provider’s announcement that it will be raising its monthly subscription charges for the various packages on offer from the month of October this year. In spite of Multichoice – the mother company – … Continue reading Current technology nullifies DStv’s competitive edge
By Eugene Wanekeya In the span of less than a month, I have received invites to be a part of two major corporate events. The first was the launch of the Airtel Hadithi blog by Airtel Kenya and the second was the marking of the 45th anniversary by Laboratory and Allied Ltd. The common denominator … Continue reading Kenyan corporates embrace blogger community
By Eugene Wanekeya “Do not Sh*t where you eat.” I know. It is a crude way to start an article but current mitigating circumstances warrant a crude analogy. But, let me give some background before I get to the gist of the story. Public Relations was once a very noble profession and vital to an … Continue reading Have online trendsetters turned into corporate propagandists?
Youth in this continent have shown great initiative in developing technological innovations with tremendous economic potential.