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Today I want to share with you about something very special and important that is coming up early next month. One of the founding members and past chair of “The Elders”, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, has asked me to address the 9th Annual International Peace lecture to be held on 7 October (which also happens to […]

Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology (MMUST) has been closed indefinitely following students’ unrest. The students on Wednesday went on a rampage protesting the management’s demand that all students must have zero balance before registering for courses and sitting for exams. The students also claimed the university has not addressed the frequent deaths of […]

Maasai Mara University Staff have vowed to walk and work in solidarity towards the realization of the University’s core business of being an epitome of academic excellence, research and innovative teaching. This was realized on Monday 16th September, 2019 afternoon during an open forum where members of staff shared their dreams on how Maasai Mara […]

Another awards show, another slew of nominations for Cardi B. The “Press” rapper leads the 2019 BET Hip Hop Awards ceremony with a whopping 10 nominations, followed by DJ Khaled, Travis Scott and J. Cole who land at 8. Drake follows shortly behind at 7. The Awards show will return to Atlanta taking over the Cobb Energy […]

Oh yes, it is real. It was a new discovery for me but like all discoveries, it has always existed but recently been defined as ‘a thing’. When someone asks you for money, do you ever say, “I do not have any?” That may be a knee jerk reaction or it may be true. I […]

Digital skills combined with competence and character qualities are very essential in this era of the gig economy. Focusing on giving learners very strong foundational skills and exposing them to the real world where they are able to identify real-life challenges and come up with solutions. Tunapanda Institute is a non-profit social enterprise that runs […]

I whined this way to a friend of mine immediately I completed campus. She gave me a schedule to follow that has never failed me and I will share it with you here. 1. Job seeking is your new full-time job. Work at it from 8 am to 5 pm, Monday to Friday, to obtain […]

When I was a child there were two types of African businesspeople: a “BigMan” was someone who had started with a small shop in the village and then expanded it into a supermarket (usually in the nearest big town). As I got older the BigMan had ventured into operating buses and Keke (kombi, matatu). “Strive, […]

After all, the side hustle gets me more money than my salary. That is a saying that we hear or have said on several occasions. If you are in this position or are considering it, let us do a social experiment first. While the books of your side hustle may be showing a profit, are […]

Panic has hit the Ministry of Education and Higher Education Loans Board (HELB) over the declining number of continuing students in middle-level colleges taking up subsequent allocations. It emerged that only half of the 43,000 who applied for loans last year have applied for a second allocation, raising questions on the whereabouts of the others. […]

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