Karanja Ndegwa Cofirmed as Jambojet CEO

The Board of Directors of Jambojet has confirmed Mr. Karanja Ndegwa as the airline’s Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director effective immediately. Mr. Ndegwa, who has been in an acting…

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Safaricom Consortium Appoints CEO for New Ethiopia Operations

The Safaricom-led consortium that won the bid to operate a new telecoms company in Ethiopia has appointed a Managing Director. Mr Anwar Soussa who previously served as the MD of…

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Podcast Corner: The Samburu Chronicles

Ellein Nasieku is a friend who has on a personal level had her own struggles with mental health. During the day, she is a Programs Manager with a tech firm….

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Tribute: Chris Kirubi, ‘the man the myth the legend’

This afternoon the country and indeed the entire East Africa region is in shock following the death of Dr. Chris Kirubi, 90; billionaire entrepreneur and media owner. His passing was…

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‘Men don’t change’

Merab like any woman has had two important men in her life; her father and her ex-husband. These men who should have protected her both betrayed her; albeit in different…

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Nivea Debra, Kisumu Model Breaking Global Boundaries

If she did not enter the 2016 Miss Maseno University contest, Nivea Debra Awino would today be spending all her days seated in some dusty office full of files sorting…

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In my own voice

“Hi Ominde, I really wasn’t going to send you an e-mail until I stumbled upon your address on your website. I kinda think it’s a cool e-mail address; ‘,’ sounds…

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Ogilvy Africa CEO Nominated on the Jury for World Advertising Research Council (WARC) Awards For Effectiveness

Vikas Mehta, CEO – Ogilvy Africa, has been nominated on the jury for the inaugural Global WARC Awards for Effectiveness. He is one of three nominations from Africa and the…

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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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