Low cost Smartphone realme C11 and realme 6 officially launched in Kenya

The brand has introduced the realme C11 and realme 6 into the Kenyan market, barely a month after it announced its official venturing into the Kenyan market. The two additional phones come after the successful launch and rollout of realme C3 that has already taken over the Kenyan market by storm. realme, has officially launched two more new models into the Kenyan market as part of the brand’s global growth and expansion strategy. The brand has introduced the realme C11 and realme 6 into the Kenyan market, barely a month…

Reverend Lucy Natasha: All About Her life

Clearly, Rev Natasha is a leader who knows the way, shows the way and goes the way She has been said to be the continent’s most visible preacher, a first among equals and one for whom rulers, kings and presidents bow in reverence to God and the heavenly message she carries to different parts of the continent and the world from time to time. Today, CEO Africa lets you in on 10 things you didn’t know about Africa’s most influential female preacher Rev Lucy Natasha popularly known as the Oracle…

realme C3 Game Monster Lands in Kenya as more Models Set to Launch on 25th August

Kenya’s smartphone sphere continues to shift with the entry of new players bringing on board great experiences in terms of gadgets that are taking the markets by storm. The world’s fastest-growing smartphone brand around the globe, realme, announced its official entry into the Kenyan market as part of the brand’s global growth and expansion strategy. According to Counterpoint’s second quarter global smartphone shipment report, realme, has become the world’s fastest-growing mobile phone brand for four consecutive quarters, and with a year-on-year growth rate of 11%, it has become the only global smartphone brand which achieved…

Tourists to Dubai assured of safe visits and smooth travel

As travellers mull over their summer vacation plans, Emirates and Dubai is sending out the clear message that tourists are welcome to enjoy the city’s many attractions, with various measures put in place for safe visits and smooth travels. Tourists can easily apply for visas in advance, or get their visa stamped on arrival if they hold a passport from one of 70 countries and territories, as per the entry and immigration regulations that were in place pre-pandemic. Dubai has also updated its entry requirements for inbound travellers. From 1…

Air 034 The Pride of Kajiado: The novel aircraft restaurant set to change the clubbing landscape in Kajiado.

Flash Mwatha, the Marketing Manager of Air 34 the Boeing 707 facility. It is quite the total Boeing 707 aircraft awaiting takeoff until you enter the inside the big bird now soaring the skies of hospitality in the lush greens of Kitengela. Kitenga Town has had the unprecedented pride of hosting what is probably Kenya’s first entertainment joint, Air 034 The Pride of Kajiado, aboard an aircraft thanks to Kenyan creativity & ingenious enterprise. “This dream entertainment joint was born out of trip to Thailand where an entrepreneuring Kenyan who…

MacCoffee appreciates front line health workers at MP Shah Hospital

The health workers were gifted with various MacCoffee products and a bouquet of flowers to appreciate the role played by health workers and other caregivers in the management of the pandemic.   By Dennis Muritu MacCoffee in partnership with Hindu Council of Kenya led their teams in appreciating the medical workers at the MP SHAH Hospital. The health workers were gifted with various MacCoffee products and a bouquet of flowers to appreciate the role played by health workers and other caregivers in the management of the pandemic. Speaking at the…

Facebook and CNN focus on Together Apart at Ramadan

Facebook is the exclusive partner for a new series across CNN TV and digital platforms about maintaining community and connection during Ramadan. The 10-part series, Together Apart at Ramadan, will highlight how a spirit of togetherness can be maintained virtually. Through a mixture of English and Arabic language content, Together Apart at Ramadan will showcase the continued connection between families, friends and communities during Ramadan, despite the current situation regarding Covid-19, and demonstrate creative ways to keep traditions alive and inspire hope. In collaboration with CNN International Commercial (CNNIC), Facebook will be the exclusive brand partner across…

COVID-19: Last Minute

The Botswana authorities have announced several measures to address the crisis: • Travellers from “high-risk” countries (China, Japan, South Korea, Iran, the United States, the United Kingdom, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and India) are banned from entering Botswana; • Botswana citizens and residents returning from these countries are required to stay in isolation at home for 14 days; • Visas already granted to visitors from these countries are cancelled and the issuance of new visas for nationals of these countries is suspended…

More than 15 countries in Africa report COVID-19 cases

The World Health Organization (WHO) officially designated COVID-19 a pandemic on 11 March 2020. There are now 147 confirmed cases in Africa in 15 countries, and there have been four COVID-19-related deaths. “With COVID-19 officially declared a pandemic, all countries in Africa must act,” said Dr Matshidiso Moeti, WHO Regional Director for Africa, “Every country can still change the course of this pandemic by  scaling up their emergency preparedness or response. Cases may still be low in Africa and we can keep it that way with robust all-of-government actions to fight…

Grocery chains now adapting to capture new markets.

With an increasing demand for customer-centric service and changing customer behavior, Kenyan supermarkets are having to redesign and rethink their strategies in order to survive. Willy Kimani, the Chief Commercial Officer of Naivas Supermarkets, speaks about the evolving customer base, “The Kenyan customer is changing; it is right now more informed. The customer has now become more complex, he is demanding more.” Around two-thirds of Kenyans buy their groceries in traditional markets or smaller stores and kiosks. Bryan Sun, Nielsen Africa Managing Director, explains how this creates the potential for…