David Gitonga

David Gitonga

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Technology Writer / Blogger, Online Marketer, Photographer / Video Guy

Highlights From The TechCrunch Startup Battlefield Africa 2017

This was the first event to be held in Afrika by TechCrunch. The TechCrunch Startup Battlefield Africa 2017 was sponsored by Facebook and held in Nairobi. The event saw some of TechCrunch's journalists and editors in attendance, interacting with the developers and tech startups at the event and learning more

ASUS Hosts The Largest Gaming Tournament In Kenya

Gamers always love a challenge, and this weekend, it was more than a challenge. It was the largest PC gaming tournament in Kenya, and gamers did not disappoint. The event was sponsored by ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG), a brand of ASUS, the largest gaming PC manufacturer in the world.

As Entertainment Becomes Increasingly Globalized, Afrika's Concert Scene Is Booming

As globalization continues to take root, it seems that more and more borders are opening up and economies are becoming more interlinked, meaning that the movement of people and money is now much easier than before. However, Africa has largely been left behind all of this, until recently. Africa had

China's Presence In Kenya Is Growing Thanks To Increasing Business And Trade Links

China's growing interest in Africa is translating to an increase in the visibility of Chinese firms on the continent. This was apparent at the recently concluded China Trade Week 2016 in Nairobi, where close to 400 Chinese companies came looking for opportunities for trade and investment in Kenya. Compared to

Inspiring And Innovating At The AITEC Africa ICT Summit

The adoption of technology, and more specifically Internet technology, across the African continent is evident from the growing list of new and established companies looking to expand their markets across the continent. At the AITEC Africa Summit 2016 held in Nairobi, Kenya on the 24th & 25th February 2016, the

How Credit Sawa Hopes To Solve Access To Credit Services For Artists

Africa is a booming continent, not only economically, but also culturally. One of these cultural aspects that has seen Africa take a world spotlight is the music industry. African music has received global distribution in recent years and the trend continues. We are seeing a beacon of musical artists, production

The Push To Censor Netflix In Kenya

As technology replaces a lot of the manual work that once dominated our work and home life, another side of this trend has started to emerge: the need to control and monitor this new lifestyle. This truth is more evident in Kenya than anywhere else where we have seen the