Category: PEOPLE

First do no harm: Meet the doctor going the extra mile to save Kenyans from themselves

First do no harm: Meet the doctor going the extra mile to save Kenyans from themselves

  First do no harm: Meet the doctor going the extra mile to save Kenyans from themselves By Brian Obara Accidents on Kenyan roads are starting to play a cruel joke on logic. Conventional...

THE MAASAI AND THE MARA – AN INVESTOR’S PERSPECTIVE

THE MAASAI AND THE MARA – AN INVESTOR’S PERSPECTIVE

An Investor’s Perspective Q: What are the key changes that you would make to the management of the Massai Mara? A: The first change would be to raise its status so that national interest...

How US Researchers found AIDS in Kenya in the 1990s

How US Researchers found AIDS in Kenya in the 1990s

The greatest public health crisis in Kenyan history was the advent of HIV/AIDS, particularly the initial stigma, ignorance and extremely high cost of would-be treatment. Dr Craig Cohen has been here right from the...

BLIND WOMAN CLIMBS MT KILIMANJARO

BLIND WOMAN CLIMBS MT KILIMANJARO

From JAMES LANKA, in Moshi. LINDA Gaitskell  (56), a ‘total blind woman’ from London UK is not a sailor. But still she have a right to shout: “Ahoy there!” because she managed to reach...

THE MAASAI AND THE MARA – AN INVESTOR’S PERSPECTIVE

THE MAASAI AND THE MARA – AN INVESTOR’S PERSPECTIVE

An Investor’s Perspective Q: What are the key changes that you would make to the management of the Massai Mara? A: number 1: The first change would be to raise the Mara’s status so...

MARRYING INTO CHEESE – FOREIGNERS

MARRYING INTO CHEESE – FOREIGNERS

Marrying into Cheese An American cheesemonger settles in Limuru, Kenya and produces some of Africa’s finest cheese.   Two years ago, Andrew and Delia Stirling lived in Phoenix, Arizona. He sold electronics while she...

LEDAMA OLEKINA LIFE STORY

LEDAMA OLEKINA LIFE STORY

Kakuya tadamu oloosho lee maa nimirikino aikata ajo kemayiana enkaina naishooyoo,’’ (My grandson remember where you have come from and never forget that the hand that gives is blessed), an aging Tata Kina Olenchoshoi...

LETTER FROM JO’BURG –  SUPER-SIZE SEATS FOR PASSENGERS OF WIDER THAN AIRLINE AVERAGE GIRTH

LETTER FROM JO’BURG – SUPER-SIZE SEATS FOR PASSENGERS OF WIDER THAN AIRLINE AVERAGE GIRTH

SUPER-SIZE SEATS FOR PASSENGERS OF WIDER THAN AIRLINE AVERAGE GIRTH Letter from Johannesburg By Mwangi Githahu Over the last few years there have been reports from no less an august body than the World...

PERSONALITIES – INTERVIEW OF LADY PILOT, LIZ NDERI

PERSONALITIES – INTERVIEW OF LADY PILOT, LIZ NDERI

Interview: Liz nderi   Location: aero club, Wilson airport What are your full names? Elizabeth Wanjiku Nderi. I have been a professional pilot for 3 years. What initiated your interest in flying? I have...

TRAVELLERS TALES – DRC

TRAVELLERS TALES – DRC

It was exactly 40 years ago, in 1971, when my parents first stepped foot in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Armed with nothing but oversized rucksacks and a little orange tent, they had...