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The Bonga Advantage.
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The Bonga Advantage.

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Bonga Points is a customer loyalty scheme open to all Safaricom Prepay and PostPay subscribers, a system that has been in existence since 2007. Our customers have used it over the years to redeem accumulated points for airtime, data bundles and to buy mobile devices. All our subscribers can activate Bonga points by dialling *126# […]

WHY BUSINESSES MUST STAND WITH GOVERNMENTS AND CITIZENS TO BATTLE COVID-19
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WHY BUSINESSES MUST STAND WITH GOVERNMENTS AND CITIZENS TO BATTLE COVID-19

Michael Joseph

There’s nothing on record the last one a hundred years that has confronted humanity with the ferociousness of the coronavirus pandemic. It’s testing our governance systems, our healthcare infrastructure, our economic models, and, indeed, our very civilization. The COVID-19 pandemic has turned our world upside down. Children across the world are home from school, flights […]

TRANSFORMING LIVES IN THE FACE OF UNCERTAINTY
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TRANSFORMING LIVES IN THE FACE OF UNCERTAINTY

Michael Joseph

As a country and globally, we are living in a time of uncertainty and unprecedented events, a situation that has been brought about by the COVID -19 pandemic that has threatened to bring a lot of business activities to a halt. Indeed, I know most of us are scared of what the next hour, day […]

A Gospel According To Jazz
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A Gospel According To Jazz

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It is time to wrap up 2015 with some delightful jazz from the magnificent Kirk Whalum, the brilliant Gerald Albright, the splendid Norman Albright and the bamazing Shelea Frazier. Since the commencement of Safaricom Jazz, high profile Jazz artistes have left Jazz enthusiasts with a longing for the next event. At the beginning of the […]

#GES2015, POTUS and Network Things..
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#GES2015, POTUS and Network Things..

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We have received a great deal of feedback from subscribers who are concerned that network operations will be affected during the Global Entrepreneurship Summit. As part of its best practice, Safaricom always takes pro-active steps to ensure that all network operations are not affected by any singular event. In this particular case, we have conducted key […]

A healthy community
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A healthy community

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John Kinoti is dressed so sharply you would think he is an Accounting Intern. When he introduced himself as the Community Development Manager in Lewa, we were all bemused. We expected someone working in a conservancy to be dressed in jungle attire, well…..not really but maybe something more casual. But John is John, and John […]

Who might be Africa’s Steve Jobs?
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Who might be Africa’s Steve Jobs?

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What were you up to on Friday 22nd May at 4PM? This is what we were up to; We are eagerly waiting to follow and participate in the Twitter Q & A session of the Year! Featuring: Safaricom’s CEO, Bob Collymore and  Charles Onyango-Obbo of Mail & Guardian Africa. The topic of discussion: Africa’s Tech […]

Finding the right answers in 2015
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Finding the right answers in 2015

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It is 2015, the year is making its first baby steps. We know you have some pressing questions and we will try our best to answer them. Is Njaanuary going to last forever? Forever is such a long, long time. It is even longer if brokenness plays the ‘knock knock jokes’ on you in the […]

Surviving Njaanuary!
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Surviving Njaanuary!

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The month we all dreaded is here; and it is moving agonizingly slow. Pockets are depleted from the festive season escapades.