Five year old ‘Genius’ passes Microsoft exam designed for Uni students

A five-year-old has been hailed a “genius” after passing a Microsoft exam to become a computer specialist with time to spare. Ayan Qureshi is now the world’s youngest qualified computer specialist, after he took the Microsoft exams designed for university graduates. Top bosses at the computer firm were left “stunned” after the

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Microsoft Introduces the 4Afrika Scholarship Program

In recognition of International Youth Day, Microsoft Corp. has introduced the 4Afrika Scholarship program, as part of its 4Afrika Initiative, through which it will provide mentorship, leadership and technical training, certification, university-level education and employment opportunities for promising African students.   Mentorship will be provided by Microsoft employees from around the world,

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Microsoft’s YouthSpark Programme aims to inspire Kenyan youth

Youths selected from all over Nairobi have participated in a mentorship programme aimed at inspiring them to maximize their potential by taking advantage of opportunities around them. The daylong event themed ‘Spark for Change’ took the youths through various ICT, social and entrepreneurial skills and opportunities available for them in

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Microsoft takes broadband to Tanzanian Universities using TV whitespaces

Microsoft Corp has announced a TV white spaces pilot project in collaboration with the Tanzania Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH) and UhuruOne to provide affordable wireless broadband access to university students and faculties in Dar es Salaam. The partnership will also enable UhuruOne, a local Internet service provider, to

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