The Kenya ICT Action Network (KICTANet) is a multi-stakeholder platform for people and institutions interested and involved in ICT policy and regulation. The network aims to act as a catalyst for reform in the ICT sector in support of the national aim of ICT enabled growth and development.
Dennis, Very true. I will swallow my words. Even Japan Imports cars and Germany imports Precision tools. Creating a walled Garden is not good state wise.Â On Thu, Oct 1, 2015 at 1:47 PM, Dennis Kioko via kictanet <
Listers Apologies for cross posting. Interesting developments in the mobile money. Safaricom moves to court to compel Airtel to remove M-Pesa branding from its agents shops. http://www.businessdailyafrica.com/Corporate-News/Airtel-removes-M-Pesa-branding-agent-shops/-/539550/2892422/-/utg15i/-/index.html I’m curious. 1. Does Airtel own these agent shops? Or are they exclusive Airtel shops? If they are independent shops why sue Airtel? 2. Is Safaricom acting anti-competitively? […]
Handing over control of the Internet is unconstitutional, Republicans say https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-switch/wp/2015/09/29/handing-over-control-of-the-internet-is-unconstitutional-republicans-say/ — Mose Karanja +254 724 162536Â |Â @Mose_KaranjaÂ PGP:Â 0x1529552F
Public Interest Registry â€” the not-for-profit manager of .org, .ngo and .ong â€” today announced the appointment of Dorcas Muthoni to the board of directors of nonprofit domain registrar Enset, a subsidiary organization. Muthoni, a member of the Internet Hall of Fame and CEO and founder of OPENWORLD LTD, will begin a two-year term as director this month. Muthoni […]
I was tempted to make that proposal ,but we might overstretch ICTA, if we have Kenya Pipeline, KETRACO, Kengen and Kenya Power why not KENOFBI ? Regards On 10/1/15, Ali Hussein wrote: > How about expanding the ICTA mandate? Those boys and girls are doing some > serious stuff without much fanfare. > > I […]
or better still we could have it as a Parastatal /Authority with clear performance parameters. Best Regards On 10/1/15, Mwendwa Kivuva wrote: > Ali, Barrack, can’t we just give this NOFBI to Safaricom, Zuku or Equitel > to manage? I’m certain one if these entities can do a great job in proper > utilisation of […]
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