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iHub By John Kieti / January 19, 2012

Pivot East Competition Categories Explained

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Pivot East is this year’s edition of the region’s premier mobile apps / developer competition held successfully in 2011 under the name Pivot 25. It will culminate in a pitching conference on 5th and 6th June 2012. The competition has five categories, each with five finalists pitching to a rich

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iHub By Leo Mutuku / January 15, 2012

Fireside Chat: Bob Collymore, Safaricom CEO, at the iHub

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iHub community was privileged enough to host the C.E.O of Safaricom, Bob Collymore, and his top management team at a fireside chat held within the space on 12th January 2012.Bob Collymore has held this post for the past year and it was exciting to hear from him on his journey

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / January 15, 2012

Mobile Web East Africa 2012

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Mobile Web East Africa returns to Nairobi on 22nd & 23rd Feb at the Southern Sun Mayfair Hotel in Nairobi. Visit www.mobileeastafrica.com for a full rundown on the conference. (You can register there as well). Mobile Web Africa, organized by All Amber, was first run in October 2009 in South

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / January 15, 2012

Help Wanted: World Bank Finances in Kenya

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This is a Guest Blog Post/Open Invitation by Samuel S. Lee, World Bank Finances Controller’s Vice Presidency, Knowledge Dissemination Division, World Bank Group. World Bank Finances/Open Data Event Thursday, January 26th, 2012 @ iHub 6:00 pm (**Tied to the Open Data Journalism Bootcamp, held January 25, 26, 27 at Strathmore University – see below for

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iHub By Leo Mutuku / January 13, 2012

Mobile Technology in Tanzania

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The mobile market in Tanzania is growing in a steadfast manner and has managed to break the 50% penetration barrier as of mid June 2011. While the Tanzania Communication Regulation Authority (TCRA) are yet to release publicly statistics on the mobile sector beyond June 2011, it is estimated that over 22 million Tanzanians are connected via mobile.

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