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Weekly review: A look at the power of women in Kenyan media

Lindah Kiyeng is a 27-years-old woman, passionate about media and communication. I own and run a PR firm in Nairobi Kenya.

African languages are as great as foreign ones

When did we get comfortable with the notion that African languages are inferior to foreign languages such as English, French, German, and Spanish? It is a shame. Our local languages are fantastic, and we should be proud.

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The Amazon CEO has committed Sh.1000 billion, an equivalent of $ 10 billion, to fight climate change and its impacts.

What Kenyans said about retired President Daniel Moi’s demise

Moi died at 5.20am in the morning of Monday February 4, 2019. As condolence messages continue to pour in, the internet was filled with rest in peace messages and memories of President Moi’s regime.

How to Accelerate East Africa's Innovation Ecosystem

The fact that we have not been able to have as many successes yet means that there are less mentors.

Lessons from Speaker Nancy Pelosi women in leadership ought to emulate

On the D-day of impeachment, Pelosi stole the show, historically for the first time in America, leading the much heated debate with remarkable authority.

Kevin Ochieng
Being an intelligent graduate with no job is not bizarre

The story of Kevin Ochieng, an actuarial science graduate from the University of Nairobi, has cause mixed reactions. Some people commented that he pursued the wrong course. Others offered word of encouragement, while a section of netizens are merely blunt with no apologies.