The Financial Times has just put together a special feature report on Kenya.Â Â The FT has done a number of great articles on Kenya this year so I’m looking forward to reading the report – includes articles on the wave of kidnappings to hit Nairobi (just heard from a person in the know that […]
Africa is a Country – as tongue in cheek as it’s title, and great links to African artistes.
Dear Mo Ibrahim,
If you were to ask me, I’d just scrap the prize altogether.
There’s been a lot of debate in the past week about the Prize Committee’s decision not to award a prize this year.Â Â From those who feel that this says a lot about the dire state of leadership in Africa, […]
A reminder of how grim Biglaw life can be.
Though I’m not so sure I’m under less pressure nowadays as a social entrepreneur in the tech space…the pressure to keep up and stay informed is intense.
The Institute for Transport and Development Policy, Institute for Development Studies (IDS)*, at the University of Nairobi and the Center for Sustainable Urban Development (CSUD)* at Columbia Universityâ€™s Earth Institute are honored to invite you to a public lecture by Former Mayor of BogotÃ¡, visionary politician and urban strategist, Enrique PeÃ±alosa.
What is a Good […]
Al Jazeera TV is my first stop for wider and deeper coverage of international news on TV, especially when it comes to Africa. I think I can safely argue that no mainstream international news channel is covering Africa the way Al Jazeera is today (an aside: I think CNN’s Inside Africa is vastly improved).
Interesting article in the NYTimes.
In my experience parenting has made me better at work…how so?
a lot more focused…no time to dilly-dally if you are managing a household with two kids under three; much better at seeing the bigger picture…kids give you perspective; better at multi-tasking (I’m mum, nurse, story-teller, cook, psychologist, arbitrator, negotiater, […]
The South Consulting report on the implementation of the Kenya National Dialogue and Reconciliation (KNDR) agreements, covering the period July-September 2009, can now be found on: http://www.dialoguekenya.org