When the Gigs Stop: Edwine Anayo, CEO Homeland Events

They say “nobody can stop reggae,” but for players in Kenya’s events industry, it feels exactly like their concert has come to a premature end. This morning, I had a…

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Pens of Pain: Reflections of African journalists living in exile

When the phrase “journalists in exile” is mentioned, many tend to think that it’s a thing of the past. Perhaps memories of popular journalists who worked in media houses in…

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Almost Diaspora: Naked In Japan

By Kadenyi Anubi Today, many of us find ourselves in situations where we have to leave our countries and move somewhere else for school, work, family or even just to…

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Debra Mallowah joins Coca-Cola as VP for East and Central Africa

Beverage manufacturer Coca-Cola’s Africa Operating Unit has appointed Debra Mallowah as their new Vice President for the East and Central Africa Franchise, effective February 15, 2021. In her new role…

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“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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Dear Taji: Edward Kwach pens an emotional letter to his younger self

It’s started with a phone call from a young girl called Taji who wanted to know what it takes to be the best in Radio. Instead of the Breakfast Club…

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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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Tales from Kisumu: Kevin Rombosia – not your ‘kawaida’ doctor.

How does one begin writing an article about Kevin Rombosia or ‘Doctor Badman’ as his friends like to call him, do you start with his flourishing medical career with the…

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Tales from Kisumu: Soi Cate – How a low moment in my life birthed my business idea

The government knows her as Catherine Wanjiru Chelang’a Soi, but her friends just call her ‘Soi Cate.’ Today she is a carpenter and runs her Soi Design Studio from her…

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