Nairobi traffic: adapt or die

The site of traffic in Africa's major cities leaves us all agitated. However, we all learn to adapt and move on - mainly out of lack of choice. See how bad traffic is at this Lanana and Woodlands intersection in Kilimani, Nairobi, as depicted by a gif. Notice how life goes on with each driver…

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Last night’s Jeff Koinange Live show deserved some #TwitterAnalytics treament

With the saga surrounding the arrest of Jeff Koinange on contempt-of-court charges earlier this week, Kenya Television Network (KTN) had a trick up its sleeve for last night's Jeff Koinange Live (JKL) show at 10pm, and the stance worked.   [View the story "Last night's Jeff Koinange Live show deserved some #TwitterAnalytics treament" on Storify]…

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eNiversity: a brand born out of the 2.0 meaning of “information is power”

This post is part of the eNitiate brand revitalisation journey, and it is a sequel to the eNitiate Visual.ly post.   Information is power: traditional meaning The traditional meaning of the phrase "information is power" is that the value of information is inversely related to the number of people who possess it - i.e. information is valuable when it is…

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#MeetSouthAfrica 2015 campaign maintains momentum

Background The annual Tourism INDABA, - "... one of the largest tourism marketing events on the African calendar and one of the top three ‘must visit’ events of its kind on the global calendar" - is taking place from 9-11 May 2015.  TourismSA, South African government's official tourism arm and owner of the INDABA, has successfully run…

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