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The Virtual Virus

Mtoto News - 25/Oct/2020

in recent times the crisis is trickling into the virtual space, turning the lifeline of the internet into a hostile space with increasing numbers of online gender-violence such as girls/young women experiencing online abuse, including threatening mes… read

realme Buds Q Hits The Kenyan Market At Ksh 4000

The Business Watch - 25/Oct/2020

The world’s fastest-growing smartphone maker, realme has introduced realme Buds Q in the Kenyan market.... The post realme Buds Q Hits The Kenyan Market At Ksh 4000 appeared first on The Business Watch. read

The Absence Of VCs In Kenya Is Quite Conspicuous Yet Ignored

WeeTracker - 24/Oct/2020

The “expat bias” that appears to pervade Kenya’s tech startup ecosystem is a The post The Absence Of VCs In Kenya Is Quite Conspicuous Yet Ignored appeared first on WeeTracker. read

The hidden gem PART 2

mamlipsete - 23/Oct/2020

We would now seriously involve Maama in our reading. She was elated, she read all the books we brought from school, all, especially Dafu and mine. Saumu’s a,e,i,o,u was too easy for her. She in turn urged me to improve my spelling. “Environment.… read

Safaricom CEO: ‘We plan to take M-Pesa to a new level’

Kenyan News Trends - 22/Oct/2020

In an interview with CNN’s Richard Quest, the CEO of Safaricom PLC, Peter Ndegwa, outlined how he expects M-Pesa to develop in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Speaking on Quest Means Business, Ndegwa also states that the company is rolling ou… read

Reopening the Post-Covid 19 Workplace; Safety Measures

Brighter Monday Career and Recruitment Partner - 22/Oct/2020

Many businesses are gaining momentum as the lockdown eases post Covid-19 crisis. Reopening the post-Covid 19 workplaces is certainly going to come with its own safety measures and considerations; something that businesses are yet to adapt to. Some bu… read

How to Clear Your COVID-19 Debt Before Another Emergency

Zed The Financialist - 21/Oct/2020

We’re all tempted by something. Its either eating out, indulging, splurging or on luxuries. Whatever your biggest temptation is, it’s best to avoid it altogether when you’re paying back/ or have a debt. read

What is your Name?

MwalimusMind - 21/Oct/2020

Some days are good, other days are bad, but some, some are both. I talk about the day I stopped teaching in my book, and I mention that it was also the day that I became a freelancer. I forgot to say that it was also the day that I felt seen by someo… read

Cycle 4 Fun: The Gift That Keeps On Giving

The Maverick - 14/Oct/2020

With the continued absence of contact sports like rugby and football, non-contact sports like cycling and golf have become a safe haven for fitness enthusiasts and individuals looking to have fun and network. Cycling in particular has witness a sharp… read



My thighs were trembling from the pleasure I felt. You stroked my hair, suckled my nipples, gently caressed my body as you assured me of your everlasting love for me. read

Exhibition: Photographs by Paul Kariuki Munene (Quaint Photography), Oct. 8-31 2020 @ Alliance Française

Nairobi Now :: arts, culture and events - 06/Oct/2020

Dates: October 8-31, 2020 Venue: Alliance Française The ubiquitous Paul Kariuki Munene, impossible to miss at concerts around Nairobi, presents a selection of thirty black and white photos of live music events at the Alliance Française. Were it not… read

Mandharini luxury villas- Kilifi

Travel by Ray - 03/Oct/2020

Kilifi is a town on the Kenyan coast, north of Mombasa. It’s near Kilifi Creek, along an estuary of the Goshi River. The town is known for the sweet Indian Ocean beaches. Just like any other small town it’s special in many ways from lack of conge… read

The Meaning of Loss and the Process of Grief

Harleen Jabbal - 03/Oct/2020

The word loss is easily identifiable with loss of business, money or usually financial issues. The other time it comes … More… read

The Journey of a Thousand Miles…

Robbed Thoughts - 30/Sep/2020

...begins with a click bait Boredom will make a person do things, good things, bad things… and then stupid things. And I have done some stupid things… Read more "The Journey of a Thousand Miles…"… read


Dennis Mukoya ‘No Chills’ Blog - 29/Sep/2020

A joke is told in minimal dearth of accuracy that when God said let there be light, some primordial Electrical Engineer had already laid all the cabling to effect the miracle of that nascent illumination. Eons later, nobody captured the essence of so… read

Coming Up for Air

Kerry's Blog - 19/Sep/2020

  Life in Kenya seems to be returning back to “normal”. Well, apart from homeschooling-working parents who are juggling many priorities and the obvious 9 pm curfew.   With current events, I am seeking refuge in my beliefs, art and creativity. L… read

Tûrî A Mûmbi: A perfect escape to reconnect with Kikuyu Culture

LaMusicJunkie - 19/Sep/2020

She sent me an Instagram post of a newspaper story featuring Kwame. It was about the healing power of birdsong. In the caption, Kwame had offered a call to action to visit Tûrî A Mûmbi Arts Centre in Tigoni. We should go! She said. And so we did,… read

Little sorrows

Clarie's Ramblings - 12/Sep/2020

And then there are cracks. Moments that should ordinarily be a quick tear when I encounter something that moves me but my body malfunctions and my grief flows out in barely contained guttural screams. It’s contained quickly. But it’s still a swol… read

The Unexpected (II)

#SpreadTheGospel - 10/Sep/2020

The Holy Spirit reminded me of my all time favourite Biblical character, David. read

Working from home – the new norm?

Mama Cekes speaks - 10/Sep/2020

By now, if none of you reading this has still not felt the effect of the covid-19 pandemic directly or indirectly – please I want your life NOW. You must not be living with us on earth or better still, your senses and life pattern is wired to anoth… read