If you blink, when it comes to Safaricom, you may actually miss it! Safaricom is Kenya’s largest business and telco in terms of revenues and market valuation, often, as a result of extreme execution when it comes to innovative business practices. Disruption more than anything seems to be their mainstay
Multichoice Kenya should not sue Safaricom & Jamii Telecom for Piracy - They need to reinvent their sports streaming offerings instead for the masses in Kenya.
I read this earlier this morning and it got me thinking: https://nation.africa/kenya/business/blow-for-multichoice-in-piracy-suit-against-safaricom-jamii–3333262 The real solution here is not for Multichoice, Kenya to sue Safaricom PLC and Faiba JTL. What they need to do is create a live sports streaming offering that enables customers to pay for affordable bundles that let
Google Announces 16% Value Added Tax (VAT) For Paid Apps & In-App Purchases Via Google Play In Kenya From April 2021
Earlier this evening I received an email from Google indicating that they will start taxing 16% VAT for Google Play purchases in Kenya in-line with tax changes that the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) implemented from January 2021. Below is an excerpt of the same: Tax changes for Google Play purchases