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iHub By Jessica Colaço / June 11, 2012

iHub speaks at ICT Indaba

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iHub participated in the inaugural ICT Indaba conference held last week at the Cape Town International Convention Centre. The objectives of this meeting were: To bring together key stakeholders to formulate an African agenda and take advantage of expanding opportunities in the ICT sector; To introduce new technologies to enable

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / June 11, 2012

Connecting People, Improving Lives: The Global of FrontlineSMS Version 2

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Mobile phones are everywhere. There are now 6 billion active mobile phone connections across the world, an increasing number of which are in emerging markets. The accessibility of mobile, and particularly the power of SMS as an information management medium, offers unprecedented potential for connecting communities who have previously been

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iHub By Leo Mutuku / June 3, 2012

Duarte Design Workshop

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Have you ever sat through a presentation that is lengthy and boring, or whose ideas are all jumbled up, and you can’t make head or tail of what the presenter is trying to put across? Have you made such a presentation yourself? I am sure the answer is yes to

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / June 2, 2012

Mfarm & Samsung launch M-Farm mobile application

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Mfarm limited, an award winning software solutions and agribusiness company has announced the partnership with Samsung that has seen them release their mobile application, which is available on both Android and Samsung’s Bada based phones. The mobile tool allows farmers to receive accurate, real-time crop price information daily, 6 days

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / May 30, 2012

Call for Open Data’s Code4Kenya fellows

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Do you want to help kickstart a media and civil society revolution in Kenya? Code4Kenya is offering four Code4Kenya fellowships for civic hackers who want to help change the way that our societies work.   The fellows will be embedded into some of Kenya’s most influential media and civil society

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