“Growing up poor made me a better doctor” – Dr Magare Magara

Poverty was a blemish that followed Dr Magare Magara everywhere he went as a child. He was mocked for it by his peers at school and neighbours at home. Being…

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Leveraging the Power of the Digital Economy to Achieve Kenya Vision 2030

By Will Ming UN Secretary-General Guterres has stated: “The COVID-19 pandemic is the worst global crisis since the Second World War”. The year 2020 came with a pandemic and it…

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How the pandemic exposed the hypocrisy of Kenyan politicians

On the steps of Harambee House in Nairobi, Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe was reminding Kenyans every day how deadly this virus was. His “if you continue to behave normally,…

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KMTC Students Receive PPEs from Equity Group Foundation

The government and well wishers have continued to support frontline workers as the country responds to Covid-19. One of the groups that have been left behind in these efforts for…

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Pastoring in a pandemic

Kenya is a largely religious country with about 85.5 per cent of the population professing the Christian faith, 10.9 % Muslim, and 1.8 % other faiths. Most of these religious…

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How “fake news” is slowing the fight against Covid-19

The deadly and hidden spread of Covid-19 misinformation on social media has hampered governments’ response to the pandemic across the world. Platforms like Facebook and WhatsApp have been extensively used…

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Impacts of lockdowns and other COVID-19 containment measures in Kenya

Since March 2020, the Kenyan government has put in place plenty of measures to contain the spread of COVID-19. These measures included the cessation of inter-county movements, a ban on…

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Counting the cost of the pandemic

It is almost a year since the first case of COVID-19 was reported in Kenya. In the few days preceding that announcement, the government put in place measures aimed at…

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Safaricom announces permanent tariff reductions for low-value MPESA transactions.

NAIROBI, 22ND DECEMBER 2020: Safaricom on Tuesday announced a 45 percent reduction in costs of transactions below Sh. 2,500. The new rates which will now be permanent is part of…

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Uhuru Market Traders Bet on E-Commerce for Back-to-School Season

NAIROBI, 22ND DECEMBER 2020: Nairobi’s oldest Textile open-air market Uhuru Market will leverage its revolutionary online platform as a strategy to reach a wider customer base across Kenya during the back-to-school…

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