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Launch of Mulla, a financial literacy segment on the Wednesday Campus Radio Breakfast. In partnership with finance coach Susan Nyakiamo, online radio station Campus Radio Kenya will be running a financial literacy segment called Mulla on Wednesday mornings during the Campus Radio Breakfast show hosted by Disi Mugoa. The segment will run every Wednesday morning […]

Imagine retiring at, say 40, with not much expenses, no debts to pay, your emergency fund fully paid for, and with a steady investment income. Financial freedom generally means having enough savings, investments and cash on hand to afford the lifestyle we want for ourselves and our families and a growing nest egg that will […]

Being the newbie blows. The first few weeks are not only draining but also exhausting. New people and culture to assimilate prove difficult particularly while still striving to learn exactly what the job description there is. It is ridiculous because trust, even the askari will take a nudge at you. The vulnerability that is wrapped […]

The Universities Act 2016, provides for the election of student leaders through electoral college as opposed to all students participating in the exercise. In the past the popular vote was how elections used to conducted, it was termed chaotic leading to the amended Act which requires student councils to be voted in not by all […]

Having friends over is one of the cutest ways of spending time with loved ones. Be it, a partner, family a colleague maybe?? The chilled night ins, endless vulnerable conversations and just having them in your space is one of the very many ways of creating remarkable memories. However as much as you are casual […]

Festive seasons are dotted by very familiar paraphernalia. For instance, there’s food. (Long pause) Yes, not just normal food. Where I’m from, we are speaking chapatti, nyama choma, mbuzi fry, there’s also pilau and the infamous minji stew with lots of soup and waru! Planned vacations are also top of the list. People want to […]

Should you do a whole week’s plan, monthly plans or daily plans? I’ve been doing a whole week plan. This means that I would put in place all the activities that I would engage myself in and in specific times within the day — in other words, I’ve been making my goals S.M.A.R.T — Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, […]

Currently, the rate of unemployment in Kenya is on the rise. Many Kenyans have all required qualifications, are ready and willing to work but no jobs. As a graduate, for you to sail through this you require  fresh and smart mindset in order  to secure a better paying job. Here with me, I have compiled […]

Research by targetevolution.org shows that 72% of Generation Z wants to start their own business. There is a hidden secret behind starting a business at a younger age. So let’s try to look at some of these secrets: Investors and the market trust young people more than “older” people. When a young person, that is below 30 years, pitches […]

Can computers be creative? That’s a question bordering on the philosophical, but artificial intelligence (AI) can certainly make music and artwork that people find pleasing. Last year, Google launched Magenta, a research project aimed at pushing the limits of what AI can do in the arts. Science spoke with Douglas Eck, the team’s lead in San Francisco, California, about […]


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