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Tanzania does not have a comprehensive data protection law, although several rules and regulations addressing data regulation and data privacy exist. FILE PHOTO | NMG  By EMMANUEL ONYANGOMore by this Author Tanzania and Uganda have some of the harshest SIM card monitoring policies in the world, joining the league of Saudi Arabia and North Korea.Tanzania, like Uganda, has adopted the...
News What Kenya can learn from Ireland’s success in dairy, food production Thursday, January 16, 2020 22:00 By KEVIN ROTICH Heather Humphreys, Irish Minister for Business Enterprise and Innovation. PHOTO | COURTESY  A delegation of about 40 Irish investors and top government officials visited Kenya in November. During the visit, the delegation led by Heather Humphreys, the Irish Minister for Business Enterprise and...
Art Global research misrepresents Kenyans Thursday, January 16, 2020 22:00 By MARGARETTA WA GACHERU Searching online. FILE PHOTO | NMG  The online news magazine, The Theatre Times, just made a wild allegation. Supposedly based on data gathered from Google Trends and something called Adword, the story posted by the Kenyan writer Alex Nderitu claims that the three “most-searched-for musicals in Kenyans online are...
Art Thespians Sakina and Justin in a ‘Class Act’ Thursday, January 16, 2020 22:00 By MARGARETTA WA GACHERU Sakina in 'What happens at dusk. PHOTO | COURTESY  Long before Mildred Sakina and Justin Mirichii decided to get hitched, they had a lots in common, most specifically, theatre and the performing arts.It was around the same time that these two busy thespians also chose...
Art ‘Torture’ report becomes drama Thursday, January 16, 2020 22:00 By MARGARETTA WA GACHERU   How to transform a 6,700-page Congressional report into a gripping, suspenseful drama is what the independent filmmaker Scott Z. Burns achieved with his new film, The Report.The film, produced by Amazon and released last month, received a scathing denunciation from US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo who was...
Society How apologists avoid taking responsibility Thursday, January 16, 2020 22:00 By DOUGLAS KIEREINI Nobody should be any illusion that the path to change and progress is an easy one. FILE PHOTO | NMG  Early this week I visited a national monument in Nairobi which I had written about in 2016. The purpose of my visit was to inspect the building and find...
News IMF: Half of all public projects have stalled Friday, January 17, 2020 10:21 By CHARLES MWANIKI Treasury building in Nairobi. FILE PHOTO | NMG  Half of the 1,000 public projects being implemented in Kenya have stalled and will require a staggering Sh1 trillion to complete, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has disclosed, raising concerns about the country’s planning and public spending decisions.The...
Profiles Jumia Food boss on taking a career risk Friday, January 17, 2020 13:10 By DOREEN WAINAINAH Jumia Food managing director, East Africa Shreenal Ruparelia during the interview at the News Cafe Sarit Centre on November 22, 2019. PHOTO | DIANA NGILA | NMG  Shreenal Ruparelia, the regional manager Jumia Food On-demand Services, left Kenya before the Thika ‘super’ highway was constructed. Mobile...
Society At Sh2m, the Ric teach poshness Friday, January 17, 2020 13:22 By MARYANNE MAINA | Institut Villa Pierrefeu (IVP), a traditional finishing school in Switzerland. PHOTO | COURTESY  For years, the wealthy have been attending schools where they are taught the art of being elegant. Known as finishing schools, they teach among other things when to give a business card when...
News Court halts recruitment of Auditor-General Friday, January 17, 2020 17:48 By SAM KIPLAGAT The Employment Court has temporarily stopped the planned recruitment for the position of Auditor-General. PHOTO | FILE | NATION MEDIA GROUP   The Employment Court has temporarily stopped the planned recruitment for the position of Auditor-General.Justice Stephen Radido issued orders barring the selection panel from giving effect to...

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