After more than three years, the social media giant Twitter
is resuming verification of user accounts with the coveted blue badge.
Twitter’s verification system had been suspended in 2017
after a public uproar over the process that saw “questionable characters”
verified, while notable figures were given a berth.
Kenya Power and Lighting Company (KPLC) has rescinded its plan to lay off staff hardly a day after it publicly announced to send home an unspecified number of its 10, 481 workforce.
The company said it is rather optimising staff compliment
with an aim to enhancing
Labour and Social Protection Cabinet Secretary Simon Chelugui has
challenged the National Industrial Training Authority (NITA) to embrace digital
avenues in dispensing its mandate.
speaking in Nairobi during the launch of the 2021 April series of the NITA
trade test assessment, Chelugui noted that the future of work is digital.
am aware that the
The European Union (EU) member states reached an agreement on the introduction of a COVID-19 certificate system that can facilitate free movement within the bloc, announced the European Parliament Thursday.
The commonly recognized digital certificate will be able to
prove a traveller who is fully vaccinated, or
Equity Group Foundation (EGF) has kicked off the selection process for the 2021 Wings to Fly scholarship program in partnership with the Mastercard Foundation and the German government through KfW.
The selected Wings to Fly scholars will form the twelfth
cohort and will join a total of 17,304 scholars
President Uhuru Kenyatta has challenged Chief Justice Maatha Koome to honour her oath of office as she takes up her new role as Kenya’s top judge.
Kenyatta who witnessed the swearing-in of
Kenya’s first female Chief Justice at State House Nairobi, pledged his support
for the Judiciary.
ABSA Bank Kenya has recorded a 23.7 percent growth in profits before tax for the period
ended March 2021 to Ksh.2.4 billion.
The lender’s pretax profit for the
period ended march 31, 2021 marginally dropped 1.7 percent to Ksh.3.26 a
similar period last year to Ksh.3.21 billion.
During the period
retire its Internet Explorer in the next one year, after more than 25 years.
On Wednesday, Microsoft announced its plans to retire its web browser on June 15, 2022, for certain versions of Windows 10.
According to the
company, after that time, it will no
One in two people have lower earnings due to the pandemic and people in lower-income countries were affected the most.
The United States-based polling company Gallup, which surveyed 300,000 people across 117 countries, found that half of those with jobs earned less because of COVID-19
Kenya Power and Lighting Company (KPLC) plans to lay off an unspecified number of employees from its 10,481 workforce.
The power distributor claims that the move is informed by its current financial woes which have affected its ability to run sustainably and deliver services to