Communications


2 years ago

Business Communication Styles in Kenya

Most Kenyans does not like direct and frank communication. In many occasions they will always attempt to support or put across their point in a way that the message is delivered in a most sensitive way possible. They will want to protect other people’s face and more so their relationship. However, the style of communication depends directly on the level of intimacy between the communicator and the person who the message is communicated to.

A more intimate relationship will tend to trigger a more direct communication. Diplomacy becomes of more importance in relationships that a  Continue reading ...


2 years ago

Support Helpline for children in distress in Kenya

Children are the future of any country. Stakeholders, beginning with the parents, relatives, neighbours, the society and the government, must take up their protective role owed to children.

Established in 2007, Childline Kenya was introduced under the ministry of Gender, Children and Social Development to help children in trouble in the country. The toll-free telephone number 116 was introduced so that Kenyans could use it to report cases of child neglect, physical or sexual abuse and child trafficking. This helps trigger necessary help or intervention.

In most cases, child   Continue reading ...


2 years ago

Best Internet Service Providers In Kenya

Liquid Telecom (Formerly Kenya Data Networks)

Kenya Data Networks formerly known as KDN was bought by Liquid telecom based in south Africa. Liquid Telecom as its known now is one of the largest internet service providers in Kenya providing both Fiber optic and wireless communication channels. The company is still based in Mombasa road sameer complex. Liquid telecom is a licensed internet service provider to smaller ISPs in Kenya. Some of the services that they offer Fiber optic connection with speeds of up   Continue reading ...


2 years ago

Roles Of Huduma Centres In Kenya

In its efforts to improve service delivery, the government of Kenya has set out to use Huduma Kenya as a platform for efficiency and orderliness for government institutions offering crucial services to the people. The first Huduma Centre was launched at Teleposta Towers to serve the people of Nairobi its initial functions include the following:

  •  Assessment and Payment of Stamp Duty

  • Community Policing

  • Duplicate National Identity Card

  • EACC Clearance Certificate

  • Issuance of Seasonal NCC  Continue reading ...


2 years ago

Famous Mobile Phone Shops In Mombasa City

Mombasa is the second largest town in Kenya and it is the only city that earns Kenya a lot of revenues because it is the one that receives a lot of the imports for Kenya and other countries such as Uganda and south Sudan. Many tourist who visit Kenya begin with Mombasa because of its environment and available wonderful beaches.

Because of its economic importance in Kenya, Mombasa city host many Kenyans from all corners of the country who go to this city in search of employment and therefore the same people need to communicate with their relatives back at home. For them to communicat  Continue reading ...


2 years ago

Diverse Ethnic Groups In Kenya

Kenya has a very diverse population that includes most major ethnic, racial and linguistic groups. Majority of the country’s population belongs to various Bantu sub-groups, with a significant number of Nilotes. Most Bantu’s are farmers and some prominent in Kenya include the Kikuyu, Luhya, Meru, Mjikenda, Swahili and Kisii people. Nilotes are second largest group in Kenya and they include the luos, Samburu, Maasai, Kalenjin and the Turkana people.

Cushitic people foam a small ethnic minority of about 2%, mostly represented by Oromo Somali speakers. In Kenya Swahili and E  Continue reading ...


2 years ago

Richest county In Kenya

Kajiado is the richest county, according to the government statistics that have exposed the massive disparities in wealth among the country’s regions. Only 12 in every 100 people in kajiado are classified as poor in a country where the average number of people considered not to be rich is 46% of the total population.

Kajiado’s wealth status is radically different from the poorest county, Turkana, where 94% in every 100 resident are considered poor. The findings are contained in the first ever audit of wealth and poverty since the new constitution was passed, with a key a  Continue reading ...


2 years ago

Mobile Phones Shops Found In Kisumu

Kisumu is the third largest city in Kenya and it is growing at high rate due the investments from business men. The presence of institutions in the town, there are many students in the city and therefore they contribute a lot to the economy of Kisumu. This city is approximately 350 kilometers from Nairobi city and acts as the capital city of The Nyanza region part of Kenya.

Since Kisumu is a big city, there are many telecommunication companies who have invested there to ensure that there is availability of communication among people. For communication to exist there must be a means   Continue reading ...


2 years ago

Radio Stations And Their Frequencies In Kenya

Radio stations in Kenya provide a great means of updates on all latest news and current information from Kenya and outside world to all groups of Kenyans;both literate and illiterate,in rural and urban areas.Radio stations broadcasting in both local Kenyan and national languages have emerged easying the reach-out to many people.There are quite a number of radio stations in Kenya.

Capital FM -98.4 MHz                                 Continue reading ...


2 years ago

List Of Radio Stations In Kenya

The world is going digital and also the country of Kenya is not left behind.Kenya Radio stations can be easily accessed online anywhere in the world.This can be accessed on Listenkenyaradioonline.com website.Just a few of the Kenyan radio stations can be listened online and they include:

Mulembe FM

Its fantastic and one of the popular radio stations broadcasting very quality music and quality programs which are also famous.Its headquarters are located in Nairobi.Listeners want to listen it live because here they will find their most favourite programs and   Continue reading ...


2 years ago

How To watch Television Online In Kenya

Technology is rapidly expanding sector in the world.Kenya Television Stations can be accessed easily live online from anywhere in the world,what is needed is only good internet connection although Kenyan internet is limited to some areas particularly the urban areas but most internet cables can be found in cybers,hotels,some vehicles and also internet can be accessed in some institutions via wireless connection.Other than these,internet connection can be accessed through an external device(modem)for persons with personal computers what is needed is a modem and a power source.Also a person c  Continue reading ...


2 years ago

Ten Top Popular Television Stations in Kenya

Media Sector is always competing within itself for a large audience and market share.It is rapidly growing setor and very vital in making Kenyans updated on every occasion happening within and outside the country.In media sector,its all about market share and positive feedback from the customers which in this case include the viewers.Only a few of Kenyan TV stations among the 15 licenced local TV stations stand out in Kenya with many still pending.Generally Kenya Broadcasting Corporation(KBC),National TV(NTV),Kenya TV Network(KTN),Citizen TV,Kenya TV(K24) and QTV are the biggest TV stations  Continue reading ...


2 years ago

Best Selling Newspapers In Kenya

Daily Nation

It is not only cheap but also affordable and has a lot of information that caters for the interest of the public. The newspaper is available at any distributing agents at various towns and city places of the country. Wide range of areas ranging from politics business and sports are covered by the newspaper. Various job opportunities are also covered within the newspaper and is good for one to advertise any piece of information they have.

The Nairobian

The news paper covers specifically what trends are happening in Nairobi. It is very cheap costing ab  Continue reading ...


2 years ago

How To Activate DStv Channels Using Safaricom Line: DStv Channels You Can Watch From Phone.

With advancement of technology in the telecommunication and media sectors in kenya, people can now watch news and other programmes over the phone. This has reduced a lot of expenses in terms of buying things such as decoders, newspapers and screens at home. The modern smart phones have ensured that people access essential services from their phones.

All of these have been enabled by the largest telecommunication company in Kenya; Safaricom Company limited which has collaborated with DStv to enable its customers to watch some channels from their phones. This is done by subscribing fo  Continue reading ...


2 years ago

How To Register Your Blog With The Bloggers Association of Kenya

Bloggers association of Kenya is an umbrella body that supports bloggers in Kenya. A blog is an online journal where people can document their daily occurrences and write on a wide variety of topics. Bloggers Association of Kenya BAKE is an umbrella body that hosts all the different categories of blogs in Kenya. This is a body that supports and upholds content creation and supports all the content creators in Kenya. These awards cater for people of Kenyan origin and it helps to syndicate their information, to form networks with other bloggers and content creators in Kenya and it also acts a  Continue reading ...


2 years ago

How To Purchase Internet Bundles Using Safaricom Line.

Safaricom is the largest telecommunication company in Kenya. The Safaricom mobile network operator was formed in the year 1997 and has grown at faster rate since it was formed. The current chief executive officer (CEO) of Safaricom Company in Kenya is Robert Collymore and is the man who has been behind the success of the Safaricom Company in the telecommunication market. Due to investment in money transfer (m-pesa and m-shwari), Safaricom company has emerged as the most mobile network company that generates billions of money in Kenya.

Safaricom is a company that has enabled people t  Continue reading ...


2 years ago

Placing advert in Daily Nation using mobile phone

Placing advert in Daily Nation using mobile phone

Advertisement is very crucial to any business in kenya to create awareness to the customers and to persuade them to purchase the advertised service or good. It is a tool of marketing where the marketer chooses the medium to use to deliver the advert to the targeted audience. In Kenya many forms of advertising are used. kenya Daily Nation news paper has been delivering goods results in terms of advertising nationally.

Mobile phone is a communication gadget which is common to almost every one living in kenya,  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

Location Of Safaricom Retail Outlet In Nyeri Town, Kenya

Safaricom Company is one of the leading mobile network operators in Kenya. Safaricom in Kenya began operation in 1997 as a fully owned subsidiary of the famous Telkom group in Kenya. However, ownership of Safaricom Company in Kenya was split when a United Kingdom based company; Vodafone Company acquired a 40% stake ownership of Safaricom Company in Kenya in 2000. Recent reports however, show that Vodafone Company owns 35% stake and management rights in Safaricom Company in Kenya, and the remaining 5% of Safaricom in Kenya is owned by Mobitelea Ventures Limited Company in Kenya. The Safarico  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

How To Register For Airtel Money Transfer Account System In Kenya

Mobile phones in Kenya have become part and parcel of our everyday life. With a mobile phone, we communicate with our loved ones and make a living through business deals in Kenya. To facilitate easier, convenient method of conducting business in Kenya, Kenyans have ingeniously come up with a new innovation of mobile money transfer systems in Kenya, a system that is a virtual bank that can in effect render and avail to customers the opportunities of sending, receiving and storing money in Kenya till need be. Established in 2004 in Kenya, Airtel money i  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

Orange Holla Service In Kenya By Orange Mobile Company In Kenya

You may have heard about the peculiar talking habits of Kenyans or perhaps you are one of those Kenyans who love to communicate. Truthfully, Africans as a whole are known as storytellers. It is not enough to tell someone something but you have to tell the story well. Orange Kenya, one of the telecommunications companys operating in Kenya, has come up with Orange Holla service in Kenya. The Orange Holla service in Kenya is a service that enables you to access many services including unlimited calls to Orange mobile in Kenya at only Kshs.10 per day. How do you access   Continue reading ...


3 years ago

Location Of The Kenya Broadcasting Corporation Offices In Nairobi, Kenya

The Kenya Broadcasting Corporation is the oldest broadcasting house in Kenya. The broadcasting corporation is the state-run media house in Kenya. The KCB media house in Kenya began during the colonial era and only targeted the white settlers who ruled the nation. The house then ran by the name “The Kenya Broadcasting Corporation” synonymous with the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) signifying the rule of the British in Kenya.

In 1964, on attainment of independence the media station was then renamed the Voice of Kenya (VoK). The media house was later reverted to the  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

How To Apply For Post Office Box From Postal Corporation In Kenya

The Postal Corporation of Kenya offers various services including postal mail services in Kenya. In order to enjoy mail services in Kenya, one requires getting a Post office box in any part of Kenya where mails are delivered.

Ownership of a business or private letter box in Kenya is cheap and comes with many benefits including receiving local and international mails safely. One also gets newsletters and information from Posta Partners in Kenya about their products and services for free. Post in Kenya is also rated as an efficient means of communication, and most towns in Kenya have   Continue reading ...


3 years ago

Where To Purchase Varieties Of Modems In Kenya

The internet bug has affected many Kenyans in the recent past. From cybercafés to internet enabled phones in Kenya, most Kenyans spend most of the better time surfing in the various online sites. Internet in Kenya is not only for social networking purposes but also serves an educative and entertainment purpose as well.

With the availability of personal computers in Kenya within the confines of your house, there is really no need to visit a cyber café these days. People have opted to install wireless fidelity internet cables in Kenya and can surf from the comfort of the  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

Kaa-Rada While In Nairobi; Places To Be Extra Careful Of Muggers In Nairobi, Kenya

Seated in the office in Kenya, my workmate comes in and asks me to lend her my phone. I plug out my earphone and hand her my phone rather bored by the abrupt halt off the discussion heating up on the Classic FM morning Kasheshe show with Maina Kageni and King’ang’i. My work mate Erica makes a call to a friend,

“Hi, I just lost my phone at the bus stop this morning……………..”

Erica then narrates the gory details of how she lost her recently acquired Samsung Galaxy Ace Advance  in Kenya to a thief at the bus stop. Sh  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

How To Access Orange Services Along Thika Road In Nairobi

Orange Kenya is a communication service in Kenya that has been in the market for a while. Orange Kenya has a main aim getting the country connected. However, when you are in interior places away from major towns in Kenya, you are not likely to get Orange services in Kenya easily accessible. The main Orange shops are in Nairobi town, along Haile Selassie Avenue, near Co-operative Bank headquarters in Nairobi-Orange House in Nairobi city. The other Orange shop in Nairobi is behind GPO on Telkom House in Nairobi. Telkom House Orange shop and Orange House Orange shop in Nairobi are the headquar  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

Where To Find A Samsung Care Centre In Nairobi, Kenya

Over the recent past, many people in Kenya have moved from the QWERTY keypad craze to the touch screen frenzy. Basically, everyone in Kenya owns a touch screen phone. There are so many mobile phone companies all over the world manufacturing all sorts of phones with various specifications.

From Techno, to Samsung to Nokia to Sony- people in Kenya are free to choose whichever they please, depending on their style and the kind of features they are looking for. However with the endless choices of phones in Kenya, it is very easy for one to get a counterfeit phon  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

Vuma Online: The New Revolutionary Means Of accessing Internet In Matatus In Nairobi

There is no doubt that millions of Kenyans today are becoming tech savvy with every passage of the day. Unlike the past, where people in Kenya rarely knew much about computers and mobile telephony, almost every Kenyan today, and especially those living in urban centers in Kenya have an idea of what technology means and how it impacts on their lives. Whether you want to see technology advancements in Kenya from the perspective of modern computers, tablets, smart phones, netbooks, or advanced use and function of the internet, one thing that is for sure is that technology use in Kenya has trul  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

How The Digital Migration Will Affect Kenyans

Residents of the city of Nairobi have faced an analogue television switch off scare since late last one in 2012. The high court of Kenya however suspended this switch off until after the general elections which were held in March 2013. The court in Kenya asked the Consumer Federation of Kenya (CoFEK) and the Communication Commission of Kenya to deliberate and agree on a suitable date for the switch off of analogue television sets.

A concern was raised as regards the switch off that had been slated for December 2012. Only ten percent of Kenyan television owners have acquired the digi  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

Orange Kenya And DIPEK: Is This Another Pyramid Scheme In Kenya?

Orange Kenya is a telecommunications company in Kenya and has had great success in the provision of the internet but not in the call/ mobile sector in Kenya. Orange Kenya has been unable to cope up with the stiff competition from the mobile industry players in Kenya such as Safaricom and Airtel Kenya. The number of Orange SIM card subscribers in Kenya is at number three, the first being Safaricom and the second being Airtel in Kenya. But in their bid to stay ahead of the game, Orange Kenya have come up with a new multilevel marketing scheme that is similar to GNLD in Kenya and the like as a  Continue reading ...