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Our Race for Life: Running 10K for Cancer Research

Community journalist Tristan Best takes us through his personal journey through running a 10K race for charity. Together, my friend Kaylan Grandon and I raised over...

Empowering the Youth for a Prosperous Future in Nairobi: Tackling Unemployment and Poverty

High rates of unemployment and poverty, which have a considerable influence on the young population, are Nairobi's most pressing socioeconomic challenges. The dearth of...

Sports

Slam Dunk for Business: The growth of the African sports economy

BY JÖRG WIEGRATZ & J SIMON ROFE The world of African...

UMUHIMU WA MICHEZO

Mzazi anapompeleka mtoto shuleni ana matumani chungu nzima. je,...
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Slam Dunk for Business: The growth of the African sports economy

BY JÖRG WIEGRATZ & J SIMON ROFE The world of African sports is receiving unprecedented global attention. Major breakthroughs flow one after another in...

CHIHUAHUAS VS MONGRELS

The Big Interview

One-on-One with Penny Cooper

She is a philanthropist, community champion, a goddess of charity and a human who loves humanity. She lives her life for others...
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HALITOSIS

Halitosis is a term for bad breath. It can...

EXPLORING OPTIONS IN HOME OWNERSHIP

Owning a house is a significant milestone for many...

Celebrating self-love on 15th of February(singles awareness day)

Embracing Self-Love and Independence In a world often consumed by...

Why Kenya is hopeful but hesitant about the Loss and Damage Fund.

Climate change poses a daily struggle in Kenya despite...

City lights, silent nights: Memories of hiding in Nairobi’s labyrinth

Nairobi, a dream etched in my mind, beckoned me...
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Knife Crime and COVID

Despite the country now going into its second lockdown of the year, tensions between drug gangs are amounting to a ‘power struggle’ in the...

Applicants from minority groups least likely to be offered PhD places

A PhD is the top qualification a student can achieve in their academic studies. In 2016, analysis from the Higher Education Funding Council revealed...

Staying Safe & Healthy From Covid-19 Virus.

Written by Annice Thomas Coughs and spluttering everywhereContagious droplets we don’t want to shareYoung and old and in the betweenThis virus is rampant and very...

Coronavirus: BAME deaths urgently need to be understood, including any potential genetic component

Written by Ana Valdes The difference in COVID-19 death rates between white people and black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) people in the UK is...
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Coronavirus and Homelessness: how the government can do better

The county of Nottinghamshire is home to some of the most deprived communities in the country, with areas in Nottingham East such as Sneinton...

How to Cross the Political Divide on Climate Change

Political opinion is currently divided, as are the issues that people are concerned about. There is definitely some cross-party agreement on the urgency of...

Coping with Malaria amid COVID-19

The country is fighting to help those affected by malaria, however, by distributing 4.6 million bed nets nationwide between May and June. Much of...

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Unlocking Medicine Access in Africa: The complementary role of online pharmacies and robust regulations

BY OLUWASEUN AFUYE, REMI ADESEUN & MARA HANSEN STAPLES Despite global...

POMBE HARAMU KIRINYAGA

Pombe haramu ni pombe ambayo inazalishwa kinyume Cha Sheria...

“We were rich, now we’re poor”: Life after record droughts in Somaliland

BY JACLYNN ASHLY Khader Daheir Muhammad Egal used to be able...