The Galaxy Note 4 is now available in Kenya

The Galaxy Note 4 is now available in Kenya

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4, touted as the most progressive mobile device on the market, is now available in Kenya. Blending an evolved S Pen as well as superior viewing, the Note 4 provides users with one of the most unique and powerful mobile experiences. The Note 4 comes with some amazing features: 1. The(…)

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On street harassment of women in Kenya

On street harassment of women in Kenya

It all started with a video on youtube. Hollaback! and Rob Bliss Creative collaborated in creating a video to show how women were harrassed in the streets of New York. In the video a lady walks round the city’s streets and is harassed by different men with one even walking next to her for over(…)

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The relationship between tribe and politics in Kenya

The relationship between tribe and politics in Kenya

Since independence, politics in Kenya has been characterized by the manipulation of ethnic identities by a small group of people for private interest. To understand Kenya today and think about alternatives for a better Kenya, we must therefore think about the dynamics of ethnic identities and how they have been exploited, since independence, in political(…)

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Learn about Kenya’s history with the 50/50 Board game

Learn about Kenya’s history with the 50/50 Board game

When the Chariots of Destiny,a NGO based in Nairobi to advocate for road safety, was looking for ways to raise money a board game was not top of the list. But thanks to some inspiration and determination from Ms Casey Marenge and her team, they were able to design and develop the 50/50 board game(…)

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IFDC and ARM Mavuno partner to improve rice production

IFDC and ARM Mavuno partner to improve rice production

IFDC in conjunction with ARM Mavuno have established a partnership to introduce fertilizer deep placement technology with a view of improving productivity, farm incomes and food security for a minimum of 10,000 farmers. IFDC is a public international organization addressing critical issues such as international food security, the alleviation of global hunger and poverty, environmental(…)

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Why Kenyan men should start shaving at home

Why Kenyan men should start shaving at home

Shaving is a big part of male grooming. Gillette, a leading male grooming brand, recently did a study dubbed “Kiss and Tell” and came up with some interesting statistics. They found out that: 85% of women prefer kissing a man who is well shaved 1 in 3 women have avoided kissing a man because of(…)

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5 reasons you should buy the Kenyan made Mobius II

5 reasons you should buy the Kenyan made Mobius II

The last time a car was designed and manufactured locally it didn’t go so well. The Nyayo Car project was initiated in 1986 when then president Daniel arap Moi asked the University of Nairobi to develop the vehicles but due to lack of funds, the car never entered into production. Fast forward some years later(…)

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Global study shows clean energy activity surges in developing world

Global study shows clean energy activity surges in developing world

According to the Climatescope 2014 report, developing nations represent a large and rapidly growing share of the world’s clean energy investment. The results suggest renewable technologies can be just as cost-competitive in emerging parts of the world as they are in richer nations. Climatescope, a country-by-country assessment, interactive report and index, offers the clearest picture(…)

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Airtel introduces free mobile access to Twitter

Airtel introduces free mobile access to Twitter

Twitter addicts who happen to be Airtel subscribers are in for a treat. This comes after the company announced its prepaid customers in Kenya will now be able to access Twitter on their mobile phones for free till 15th January 2015. While announcing the new offer, Airtel Kenya CEO Adil El Youssefi said, “Customers are(…)

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