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 […]

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, […]

Akili Dada is an international, award-winning leadership incubator cultivating transformative leadership in a generation of young African women. Akili Dada applies a holistic approach to educating and cultivating leadership in adolescent girls and young women ages 13 – 30, employing four key strategies to nurture growth and meaningful impact; financial investment, leadership development, feminist movement […]

Last week, I published an article on Factors to Consider Before Starting a Side Hustle. A business idea was the first factor I shared that you should consider before embarking in any activity. A business idea is a concept that can be used for financial gain that is usually centred on a product or service that can […]

A side hustle is any type of employment undertaken in addition to one’s full-time job. A side hustle is generally freelance or piecework in nature, providing a supplemental income. Side hustles are often things a person is passionate about, rather than a typical day job worked in order to make ends meet.  A side hustle […]

When a local TV station recently aired a story of an unemployed university graduate, Kenyans expressed their sympathies to him in all forms of media. The story brought to fore the tribulations of unemployed graduates whose dreams never materialised. The graduate is a victim of an education system that glorifies acquisition of academic papers with […]

Out of the estimated world population of 7.7 billion, 3.1 billion are actively engaged in a variety of social media platforms for various reasons. From this figure, about 50% of the population is at risk of becoming social media addicts and suffering from its untold consequences. Frequent intercourse with social media is likely to cause […]

Loading… “Buda tushike match ingine,” is a statement video game enthusiasts like to hear… A new chance to beat the opponent, a better chance to claim ‘respect’ and obviously get to humiliate their counterparts. You have probably watched hilarious videos depicting men’s reactions once they lose a match, never ceases to be funny.  I have […]

I recently sat through various pitches by Kenyan startups and during most of them the founders kept indicating their target market as “Millennials”, a statement I have been hearing dropped for a number of years but since this time I was a passive observer my brain kicked into some gear. A quick online search brought […]

In an economy where the rate of unemployment was about 7.4% in March 2018, job applicants for advertised positions is sometimes so large that short-listing becomes a nightmare. Under-qualified, qualified and over-qualified applicants scramble for the few jobs that arise once in a while. When shortlisted candidates are invited for interviews, some fail to meet […]

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