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NEW DIGITAL EXHIBITION DUBBED 'DIGITAL FORMALITIES' COMES TO NAIROBI
  • by Juma Ouko
  • January 31, 2023
NEW DIGITAL EXHIBITION DUBBED 'DIGITAL FORMALITIES' COMES TO NAIROBI

MATZA Edgelands, an art project that investigates urban realities has partnered with Wajukuu Arts Collective to bring the exhibition called “Digital Informalities” to Nairobi.

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OVER SH300,000 UP FOR GRABS IN AFRICAN FILM MAKING COMPETITION
  • by Kalekye Mutua
  • January 19, 2023
OVER SH300,000 UP FOR GRABS IN AFRICAN FILM MAKING COMPETITION

Three African film creatives stand a chance to walk away with a seed funding of $2,500 (about Sh310,000) from NATIV Shorts Africa creative competition.

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KIPCHOGE’S MARATHON WORLD RECORD RATIFIED BY WORLD ATHLETICS
  • by Juma Ouko
  • January 17, 2023
KIPCHOGE’S MARATHON WORLD RECORD RATIFIED BY WORLD ATHLETICS

Eliud Kipchoge’s 2:01:09 marathon world record, along with world U20 records set last year by 100m sprinter Letsile Tebogo and Jamaica’s 4x100m team, have been ratified.

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KENYAN TO HEAD AFRICAN PUBLISHING BODY
  • by Juma Ouko
  • January 5, 2023
KENYAN TO HEAD AFRICAN PUBLISHING BODY

Kenya’s dominance over the African publishing scene manifested itself when a Kenyan publisher was elected to the board of African Publishers Network (Apnet), towards the end of last year.

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HOW DROUGHT HAS AFFECTED CIRCUMCISION OF BOYS IN LAIKIPIA
  • by Wambui Mbugua
  • November 21, 2022
HOW DROUGHT HAS AFFECTED CIRCUMCISION OF BOYS IN LAIKIPIA

For many Kenyan communities, circumcision, a right of passage for boys into adulthood, is a sacred tradition.

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NAIROBI HAS BEEN NAMED AFRICA’S TOP CITY BY KNIGHT FRANK
  • by Makokha Simiyu
  • November 14, 2022
NAIROBI HAS BEEN NAMED AFRICA’S TOP CITY BY KNIGHT FRANK

Kenya’s capital, has maintained its rank in Prime Global Cities third quarter index, Knight Frank reports.

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Environment

HOW DROUGHT HAS AFFECTED CIRCUMCISION OF BOYS IN LAIKIPIA
  • by Wambui Mbugua
  • November 21, 2022
HOW DROUGHT HAS AFFECTED CIRCUMCISION OF BOYS IN LAIKIPIA

For many Kenyan communities, circumcision, a right of passage for boys into adulthood, is a sacred tradition.

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OUR GREEN SPACES: WHY WE SHOULD PRESERVE THEM
  • by Wambui Mbugua
  • January 19, 2022
OUR GREEN SPACES: WHY WE SHOULD PRESERVE THEM

We are surrounded by green spaces but most of us may not be aware of what they actually are, where they are located and what their importance is to us as a country.

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AFRICAN ADVOCACY GROUP USING SPORTS IN SENSITIZING THE YOUTH ON CLIMATE CHANGE
  • by Wambui Mbugua
  • January 6, 2022
AFRICAN ADVOCACY GROUP USING SPORTS IN SENSITIZING THE YOUTH ON CLIMATE CHANGE

Pan Africa Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA), an Advocacy group is sensitizing the youth on climate change through sports.

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THE RETURN OF THE 4K CLUB: PLANS TO SEE IT THROUGH ON COURSE
  • by Juma Ouko
  • November 23, 2021
THE RETURN OF THE 4K CLUB: PLANS TO SEE IT THROUGH ON COURSE

President Uhuru Kenyatta’s initiative of reviving 4K Clubs (Kuungana, Kufanya, Kusaidia Kenya) in schools has been warmly received by stakeholders in Trans Mara.

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EARTH’S BIODIVERSITY UNDER THREAT DUE TO HUMAN INTERFERENCE
  • by Wambui Mbugua
  • May 20, 2021
EARTH’S BIODIVERSITY UNDER THREAT DUE TO HUMAN INTERFERENCE

When it comes to matters concerning the survival of our species, biodiversity is at the top of that list.

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LEARNING IN BARINGO SOUTH FRUSTRATED BY HEAVY RAINS
  • by Wambui Mbugua
  • May 13, 2021
LEARNING IN BARINGO SOUTH FRUSTRATED BY HEAVY RAINS

Last year, learners in Baringo South had to stop their learning following the rise of water levels in Lake Baringo.

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