Opinion: Relocating Kisumu Boys’ and Girls’ High Schools is a necessary evil

By Nobert Nyandire The County Government of Kisumu recently announced plans to relocate two of the county’s oldest schools from the city centre to pave way for the expansion of…

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Lolwe: Kisumu Estate With A Flawed Reputation

It’s 10.06 AM when I begin putting this article together (the time is not that significant in this story though), I have just returned home from a morning walk that…

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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 “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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Fighting Banking Fraud In Kenya Requires A Multi-Sectoral Approach

Caroline Atieno, a 58-year-old walked to her bank one July afternoon last year to withdraw money for her next clinic appointment and was met with shock – all the money…

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PODCAST: Hanging Out With South Africa’s Kaya FM Breakfast Crew

Last week I had the opportunity to be part of the Kaya Breakfast on the ‘Afripolitan radio station’ – Kaya FM 95.9 in Johannesburg. The Kaya Breakfast is hosted by…

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Kenya’s Post-COVID Economic Recovery Will Rely On Financial Sector Interventions

The post-COVID economic recovery of the country will greatly rely on interventions by the financial sector in helping businesses badly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Central Bank of Kenya…

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Politics During A Pandemic: How President Uhuru Kenyatta Is Clipping His Deputy’s Wings

In the first article that we published this year, we made predictions about political developments that were likely to carry the headlines in the continent in 2020. Nowhere in our…

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Press Freedom In Tanzania Dwindle With Restrictions On COVID-19 Reporting

Press freedoms in Tanzania have been consistently dwindling since the reign of President Magufuli began in 2015. The country has fallen a total of 53 places in the Reporters Without…

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COVID-19: Kenya Records First Case of Coronavirus Recovery, and Death

President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday (25/03/2020) announced that the first patient diagnosed with coronavirus in Kenya has fully recovered. The patient was first diagnosed with the killer disease 13 days…

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