Mwendo on 12th Jan

It was jubilation time for the lucky winner of Safaricom’s ‘Bonyeza Ushinde’ competition, but those who...

Ken on 16th May

Last week, we showed you this photo of a Safaricom advert from way back. They were just a few hours/days shy of their 100,000th...

Ken on 09th May

Yesterday was Throw Back Thursday (TBT), a day Instagram users dedicate to showing us old photos of themselves. Kenya’s...

Githae Mwangi on 28th Mar

Earlier on, telecommunications giants Safaricom and Airtel had shown interest in acquiring YU Mobile in a ksh 8.6 Billion...

Ken on 21st Mar

Pharrell Williams’ Happy has been trending for several months now. It was part of Despicable Me 2 soundtrack album,...

Githae Mwangi on 06th Mar

Telecommunications giant Safaricom has announced that the total number of unredeemed bonga points has risen up to Ksh 3 billion. Unredeemed...

Githae Mwangi on 31st Jan

Telecommunications giant Safaricom is set to hold the first ever Jazz festival in Kenya on February 23 this year. It will be a week long multi venue event that will end with a family extravaganza at the Ngong Race course. Officials say that the festival will feature both local and international artists. Its aim is to provide a platform for upcoming...

Githae Mwangi on 29th Jan

Commercial bank of Africa has blacklisted over 14o,000 Mshwari loan defaulters. The bank has been forwarding the names of defaulters to Safaricom barring them from accessing more loans.  According to Business daily, over 25,00o of those blacklisted have already cleared their outstanding debts but they will not be granted loans for the next five years....

Ken on 10th Jan

This quail madness is getting out of hand. If you’re not selling the birds or their little eggs, then you’re probably eating them. Some people are on dosages of up to 5 eggs per day, and they take them raw. It is said that quail eggs have unimaginable nutritional value, and that explains the high price. A single egg goes for up to Sh200,...

Ken on 10th Jan

Mobile service provider Orange Kenya has launched new TV, print and online advertisements targeted at Safaricom. The ad graphically shows Kenyans who is cheaper between the two. Using Safaricom’s green colour, vs their own orange, the mobile company successfully proves that Safaricom is more expensive on all fronts. Surprisingly, it is cheaper...