500 Graduates To Be Recruited Into Presidential Digital Talent Program

ICT and Engineering graduates who have been undergoing a 12-month internship program in public and private sector institutions under the Presidential Digital Talent Program (PDTP)  graduated Wednesday 11th January at the Kenya School of Government.   ICT CS Joe Mucheru and his Education counterpart Dr. Fred Matiang’i presided over the ceremony at that saw

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Kenya, Nigeria, SA university incubators recognised as best in Africa

The Nairobi-based m:lab East Africa, Nigeria’s Technology Incubation Centre and the Timbali Technology Incubator from South Africa have been recognised as the best performing university business incubators in Africa by performance analyst firm UBI Global. UBI Global is a leader in performance analysis of business incubators around the world, which helps

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Government to hire 400 ICT graduates to boost public service delivery

The Government will employ 400 Information, Communication and technology (ICT) fresh graduates by October this year to help drive ICT agenda in public institutions. Information, Communication and Technology Authority Chairman, Dr. Matunda Nyanchama, said the graduates will be employed as management trainees for a period of one year before fully engaged

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Presidential digital internship programme extends application deadline

  You have two more days to apply for the Presidential digital internship programme. The ICT Authority has extended the application to 9th January, 2015. The programme will place IT graduates in different government and private sector organizations. According to the Authority, interns need to have graduate with a Bsc in

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Kimathi University hosts first Civic Hack event in Africa

Ever thought of how ICT can be used to develop the community or county? Well, this dream will to come to pass when the County Government of Nyeri implements apps and tools that were recently developed at the first Civic Hack event in Africa. This past weekend, 150 participants – mainly

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