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  • Welcome to Strategic Africa

    A leading research and communications consultant Based in Nairobi, Kenya
  • Meet Our Young Innovative Team

    Who will meet all your communication and research needs.
  • We offer Media Tracking Services

    Ads Tracking, Customized Reporting, Online Tracking etc
  • We offer Market Research Services

    on all products and services
  • We offer Public Relations Services

    Our team will represent you and your company needs in all the right ways

Welcome to Strategic Africa!

updating the past,informing the future
STRATEGIC AFRICA  was founded in 1996 with a mission of providing….Read More

 

Research Services

Knowledge is one of the most important components in the transaction accountability and implementation process. At Strategic Africa (Trading as Strategic Public Relations and Research), market…

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Media Tracking Services

Strategic Africa is a dynamic Kenyan company specializing in mass media monitoring services for a wide range of clients. Since the inception of SMT in 2000, we have been at the forefront of…

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Public Relations Services

The Communications department’s mandate includes but is not limited to publicity and media relations, event management, institutional advertising and production of audio-visual materials…

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Latest News & Events

23
MAY
2017

Uhuru phones May, says Kenya stands with the UK after attack

President Kenyatta said Kenya stands with the UK at this difficult time being the country’s crucial ally and partner in development and war against terrorism. “We share a long history with the UK; we remain allies and partners. I have assured the Prime Minister, Rt Hon Theresa...
23
MAY
2017

CAK okays sale of Centum’s 26.43pc stake in Kenya Wine

The deal, estimated at Sh1 billion, brings to 52.43 per cent foreign firm’s ownership of the wines and other alcoholic beverages marketer. CAK, through a gazette notice last Friday, gave the go-ahead for the transaction indicating that Distell’s higher stake in Kwal will not...
23
MAY
2017

We shut down Safaricom from prison’ man tells court

A foreigner arrested with over US$600 million (Sh70 billion) in fake currency claims he helped hack into the Safaricom network last month. Mohammed Sani alias Dr Mustafa, from Niger, shocked a court with his claim that the recent Safaricom network outage that triggered panic...