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SportPesa Just Can’t Catch A Break In Kenya At The Moment

WeeTracker - 20/Jan/2021

The never-ending woes of the one-time most-loved betting company in Kenya, SportPesa, has The post SportPesa Just Can’t Catch A Break In Kenya At The Moment appeared first on WeeTracker. read

Do Not Neglect The Boy Child, Says CS

Mtoto News - 20/Jan/2021

Public Service and Gender CS Prof. Margeret Kobia urges parents not to neglect their boys By: Kenya News Agency (KNA) The Cabinet Secretary (CS) for Public Service and Gender Professor Margaret Kobia has called on beneficiaries of the Women Enterpris… read

Scanning you online – HR speaks

Mama Cekes speaks - 20/Jan/2021

The latest craze we have so far is this word PRIVACY and its driving very many people up the wall. As a Human Resources ( HR) practitioner, one of the things that we have continued to do now more than ever, is to find out the applicants digital foot… read

COVID-19 Funding Opportunities For Businesses in Africa

Zed The Financialist - 20/Jan/2021

1. Coca Cola Foundation The Coca Cola Foundation awards grants and sponsorships in three priority areas: Empowering women: economic empowerment and entrepreneurship Protecting the environment: access to clean water, water conservation and recycling E… read

Shiko’s story

mamlipsete - 14/Jan/2021

I have written a story here on parents’ toxicity but the toxicity in the characters in my story is nowhere near Shiko’s upbringing. Shiko is… read

Mwea National Reserve

Travel by Ray - 14/Jan/2021

Happy new year! Or is it too late? It’s been a long minute i trust the months have treated you all well, the new year too. Somewhere in the last quarter of 2020 i promised a post, one of those where i drift from my usual and do a post on a Reserve… read

Just a trial to see what this story feature on wordpress does

venturablogs - 08/Jan/2021

Just a trial to see what this story feature on wordpress does… read

Stay Away From Negative Environment….

The Mehul Blogs - 08/Jan/2021

Good Evening Peeps… 08/01/2021#45 Since last year we have been going through a lot, We have lost so many people, Fear has taken over us. Seems we have totally forgotten to live. Hoping 2021 will be the best year for all of you and may… read

Opportunity: Applications Open to Participate in the Copyright X Programme, Until Jan. 12 2021.

Nairobi Now :: arts, culture and events - 05/Jan/2021

Dates: Until January 12, 2021 About The training is offered by the GoDown Arts Centre in partnership with BKC Harvard – Harvard University. For more information and to apply, visit;… read

Letterhead to heaven

MaKosano - 31/Dec/2020

 I began writing this at 11 pm, I have an hour to cross over into a new year. I’m praying my eyes should sail me through midnight, and these kids in my neighborhood should keep on blasting those fireworks made from steel wire, I’m convincing mys… read

Books, a re-introduction | Life Updates - 7 of 7

Writing with your Joan Kabugu - 31/Dec/2020

I’m out here trying to give myself a head start to reading 52 books in 2021. All my cool friends who are book-ish need to share tips of how I can stay afloat. I finished my birthday gift Thursdays by Jackson Biko aka Bikozulu this December, and i… read

A Reason To Be Grateful…

murugiblog - 31/Dec/2020

I stood and gazed helplessly, and all I heard and saw around 2020 was chaos.. I however had to make a choice, a bold choice that only made sense to me… I chose to trust the I AM.. Love rescued me when nothing else made sense, when all I thought I e… read

Taking stock, 2020

Clarie's Ramblings - 30/Dec/2020

In holding my breath I have learnt that I can hold my ground. I used to think of myself as a panicked, flailing kind of person. I've learnt that I'm a lot calmer than I realise. I think of myself, holding my breath, staring at the ceiling, trying to… read

This is Goodbye

Kerry's Blog - 29/Dec/2020

  Dear  Friends After much thought, it is time to end my blogging journey on Kerry’s Blog. I began Kerry’s Blog over 10 years ago with the intent of sharing my bookish musings. Essentially that has not changed. I love discussing books with anyo… read

The Best of 2020: Have You Listened to these Kenyan Albums and EPs?

LaMusicJunkie - 20/Dec/2020

For a year that felt like gloom and doom, there have been so many Kenyan music projects released in 2020. Too many in fact. So which ones should you listen to? In the spirit of resilience, most Kenyan musicians did not let this unprecedented year mes… read

Things that never happened

Robbed Thoughts - 28/Nov/2020

CBDs are usually the cleanest, most aesthetically appealing areas of town where serious businesses are located, right? So yesterday I was walking in the CBD. In Kakamega.… Read more "Things that never happened"… read

DON’T LOOSE IT. - 23/Nov/2020

Kaki had arrived at the coffee shop uneasy because she was behind schedule. The pressure was on from the publishers to deliver on her book due for debut early the next month. Since she had not handed it to the editors, the phone had continuously been… read

When I became a victim of con artists

The Bahatian - 14/Nov/2020

My first encounter with con artists was in 2015 along the Kenyatta Avenue in Nakuru town. At the time, the first governor of the fast growing town that is aspiring for a city status had not began removing hawkers along the corridors of the buildings… 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

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