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SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS TO REPLACE PLASTIC PACKAGING WITH SUSTAINABLE MATERIALS

NAIROBI, 29TH JANUARY 2018: Samsung Electronics announced today that the company will start taking steps this year to replace plastic packaging materials with paper and other environmentally sustainable elements. From the…

 
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Safaricom announces sh 40 million scholarship for high school students

NAIROBI, KENYA 24TH JANUARY 2019: As the world marks the first ever International Day of Education, Safaricom has announced that it has set aside KES 40 million to support 100…

 
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Equity Group CEO appointed to the Columbia Global Centers- Nairobi Advisory Board

Equity Group Holdings Plc CEO and MD Dr. James Mwangi, has been appointed to the Columbia Global Centers-Nairobi Advisory Board. He will work with the board to steer the Centre…

 
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Philip Ogola – the brave ‘Digital Humanitarian’ who ran towards the blasts and gunshots as everyone else ran away from Dusit Complex

Tuesday the 15th of January was to end like another normal day for Philip Ogola popularly known as ‘The Digital Humanitarian.’ He was home early eager to help the kids…

 
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How lessons from the past helped save lives in Tuesday’s terror attack

At 3.30 PM on Tuesday 15th of January 2019, five gunmen blasted their way into the Dusit Complex at 14 Riverside Drive in the Westlands area of Kenya’s capital Nairobi….

 
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Tales of triumph over cancer despite prohibitive cost of treatment

The doctors told my dad to take me home and make me comfortable. There was nothing else they could do, I had about 14 days to live. I had gone…

 
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The trouble with Kenya – the relationship between corruption and elections

Chinua Achebe’s book “The Trouble with Nigeria” should be a must-read for ALL Kenyans including in-coming legislators. Released in 1983, the ten-chapter 87-page fifteen thousand worded quick read is direct…

 
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State sponsored terror or a rogue police force?

A few minutes to 9 o’clock on Friday evening, all eyes were glued to TV sets as an eerie calm descended on the lakeside city of Kisumu. Earlier in the…

 
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Media criticized over skewed election coverage

After Kenyans left the election booths on August 8th, their eyes were glued on their TV set for streaming results of the presidential elections and other five positions as well…

 
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Jubilee’s Handling of the Cholera Outbreak – Election Year Politicking, Malice or Incompetence?

During the height of the Ebola crisis in 2014, African leaders deftly avoided discussing the impact of corruption, incompetence and poor governance on their ability to contain the disease. Part…

 
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