Safaricom employees donate foodstuff to vulnerable families

Safaricom staff members have donated foodstuff worth over KES 4 million shillings to more than 2,500 needy households across the country. The donation is part of a staff initiative that saw Safaricom employees come together to contribute over KES 2 million shillings to help vulnerable families affected by COVID-19. The amount raised was then matched … More Safaricom employees donate foodstuff to vulnerable families

Safaricom partners with AYUDH Kenya to distribute white canes to 20,000 visually impaired people

Safaricom has partnered with AYUDH Kenya, an international youth movement dedicated to empowering young people to contribute to a peaceful and sustainable world, to distribute white canes worth over KES 30 million to 20,000 blind and visually impaired persons across the country. The project will see 10,000 children and youth identified by the Kenya Union … More Safaricom partners with AYUDH Kenya to distribute white canes to 20,000 visually impaired people

Safaricom extends its free digital learning to September

Safaricom has extended free access to digital education content for primary and secondary school students to 8th September 2020 following the extended closure of learning institutions. The content, which is approved by the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD), has been free to access from April 2020. Since then, more than 10 million education bundles have … More Safaricom extends its free digital learning to September

Safaricom partners with UNESCO and Eneza Sacco Education for Digital Mentorship Programme

Safaricom has partnered with UNESCO, and Eneza Education to implement a digital mentorship programme for high school students interested in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). The program involves working with role models and mentors to provide students with information on STEM subjects to enable them make informed career choices. Learners will get a chance … More Safaricom partners with UNESCO and Eneza Sacco Education for Digital Mentorship Programme

OVER 3,000 HEALTHCARE WORKERS TO RECEIVE PPES FROM M-PESA FOUNDATION

Over 3,000 healthcare workers will receive personal protective equipment (PPEs) courtesy of the M-PESA Foundation. The Foundation will work with local manufacturers to procure the PPEs and Kenya Medical Practitioners, Pharmacists and Dentists Union (KMPDU) to distribute them at an estimated cost of KES 20 million. Healthcare workers in 7 Counties will receive the PPEs … More OVER 3,000 HEALTHCARE WORKERS TO RECEIVE PPES FROM M-PESA FOUNDATION

Safaricom launches Android TV box available on Masoko for only 7K

Safaricom has announced the launch of an Android* TV Box as part of a strategy to bring its Home Fibre service to more homes. The TV Box equips any TV with the capability to stream content from YouTube*, Netflix*, ShowMax*, Hulu*, Sling* and other Android TV Applications. It also enables customers to wirelessly project their … More Safaricom launches Android TV box available on Masoko for only 7K

Safaricom kicks off Mobiplay Challenge for mobile gamers

Safaricom has kicked-off an online gaming competition for customers using its Games Lounge service. The 8-week MobiPlay Challenge will see customers compete on simple puzzle, arcade and action games with daily and weekly prizes as well as a grand prize up for grabs. Customers subscribed to the daily KES 10 Games Lounge bundle will receive a 50MB … More Safaricom kicks off Mobiplay Challenge for mobile gamers

Thirty students graduate from the Safaricom Youth Orchestra

The Safaricom Youth Orchestra marked its 6th graduation with thirty students graduating in a virtual ceremony last Saturday.  Among the graduates were 12 students from Ghetto Classics, whose love and passion for music earned them a spot in the Orchestra to play various instruments ranging from the Flute, Alto Sax, Tenor Sax, Trumpet and violin.  “I … More Thirty students graduate from the Safaricom Youth Orchestra

Safaricom subscribers to access The Star and People Daily papers for 10 KES only

Safaricom has partnered with Radio Africa Group and Mediamax to enable customers purchase The Star and People Daily e-Papers for KES 10 per issue. This follows the unveiling of a digital portal that allows customers to use their airtime to purchase and access newspapers on the go. “Radio Africa Group is excited to have Safaricom … More Safaricom subscribers to access The Star and People Daily papers for 10 KES only