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Blog find of the week: Discover JKUAT

Wow, what an eye-opener.  We rarely think of Kenyan public universities as centers of innovation anymore (at least I don’t).  So discovering the JKUAT blog has been a revelation. Plus so much of the news around Kenya is negative nowadays, hard to remember why we love our country so much some times.

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Our Turn to Eat Available via M-Pesa

Michaela Wrong’s book, “It’s Our Turn to Eat” is still not being openly sold in Nairobi in most book stores, so a small group of enterprising Kenyans have got together to import some copies of “It’s Our Turn to Eat” into Nairobi and sell them via the web, using Mpesa. They’re starting off with […]

Reconciliation agreements report

The full South Consulting report on the implementation of the Kenya National Dialogue and Reconciliation (KNDR) agreements covering the period May – June 2009 can be found here.

Nairobi Book Fair Sep 23-27

Click here for more details.

For Caroline Mutoko fans

She speaks at MINDSPEAK tomorrow (Saturday August 15th) Time: 0930 am onwards: Location: Nairobi WestGate Cinema

Full Mau List

Supposedly full list of Mau beneficiaries who want compensation.


This is just pure thievery!

African Arguments Online

If you haven’t been to African Arguments Online, definitely worth a visit. There’s an interesting series going on right now about post-election violence and justice in Kenya.

About the website:

Africa has long been the locus and the focus for the most impassioned and intellectually-informed debates. But for many years, specialist Africa coverage in […]

Documentary on Mungiki now on Youtube

Click here to watch this eye-opening documentary on Mungiki. I had blogged about the documentary a few months ago, I think it was airing on Discovery in the US.

As I keep saying, one of my big concerns is that this scenario is replicating itself all over Kenya.