Former Kenyan President Arap Moi dies at 95

Posted by Newz on  February 4, 2020

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        NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Daniel arap Moi, a former schoolteacher who became Kenya’s longest-serving president and presided over years of repression and economic turmoil fueled by runaway corruption, has died. He was 95. Moi’s death was announced by President Uhuru Kenyatta in a statement on the state broadcaster on Tuesday. Moi, who ruled Kenya for 24 years, had been in and out of hospital for months. Kenyatta ordered national flags to
No confirmed case on the continent yet but fears grow the deadly disease will reach countries with weak health systems. Countries across Africa are ramping up measures to prevent an outbreak of a new coronavirus that has killed more than 250 in China and spread to several Asian countries, and as far afield as the United States, Europe and Australia. As scientists race to find a vaccine, the World Health Organization (WHO) on Thursday declared

GALLERY: Sharing in the Holiday Spirit with CHINA DAILY.

Posted by Newz on  December 27, 2019

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This Holiday season, we teamed up with CHINA DAILY to hand out free copies of the China Daily Global Edition News Paper to festive shoppers at Game stores- Lugogo Mall-Kampala, Uganda.   See Gallery below;                                                
B2B has an empathy problem. Here’s how to solve it So much B2B marketing is colourless and soulless. It might be factually correct, but it’s unimaginative and fails to engage. B2B marketers often make the simple mistake of assuming their target audience cease being humans between the hours of 9 and 5. Andy Cowles has eight tips on how to properly engage your B2B audience. Business media is on a roll. Famous names and hyper-specialists

CHART: The generational divide in news consumption

Posted by Newz on  October 14, 2019

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Some people like to stay on top of the news cycle throughout the day by checking Twitter, Facebook and their favorite news websites. Others prefer to be served a selection of the day’s important happenings by the evening news on TV. Whether you prefer one or the other may come down to your age and what you have become accustomed to in the past. According to data published in the Reuters Institute’s Digital News Report, there

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