The internet’s relationship with Africa is always going to have moments of colonial throwbacks. Mainly because it is not just a technological construct that emerged from thin air. It is a representation of technology that comes with the historical, social and contemporary baggage of racism, sexism, discrimination and even manipulation of human behaviour. This isREAD MORE
You can now know that it's your bank communicating with you. All texts from Equity will now come to you as "EQUITY" or "EQUITEL." Do not fall victim to cons, @KeEquityBank staff will never ask for your OTP or Mobile Banking PIN. #OneEquityNumber pic.twitter.com/QTZv…
The problem is not the not-more-than-2/3rds gender rule. It is Parliament's refusal to comply. @MarkBichachi ignores that Parliament has had multiple opportunities to pass the requisite legislation but has always elected not to do it. Choices have consequences.
Dear Kenyans, If all one has got to do to get unfavourable stories pulled down and KE media prevented from covering them is file (and not even win) a civil suit, how long till stories of wrongdoing are a thing of the past? the-star.co.ke/amp/n… pic.twitter.com/6sNr…
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