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Most shocking live and onstage moments that stunned world
When Will Smith slapped Chris Rock over a joke Rock made at the Oscars regarding Jada Pinkett Smith’s hair, the world was stunned.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
Most shocking live and onstage moments that stunned world
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Jimmi Gathu’s guide to reinventing yourself
Jimmy Gathu, 52, is the king of re-invention, thanks to his Da Vinci-esque litany of talents, has been a singer-songwriter, radio host, TV show host.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
Jimmi Gathu’s guide to reinventing yourself
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Hazel Wachira: Kenyan who dreamt, turned Dreamliner into a cargo plane
Ms Wachira has been an engineer with KQ for the past five years, supporting the airline’s Engineering Department on the Boeing 787.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
Hazel Wachira: Kenyan who dreamt, turned Dreamliner into a cargo plane
They are flying high in the aviation industry
The aviation industry is one of the least balanced when it comes to gender, especially at the technical and top leadership levels.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
They are flying high in the aviation industry
The leisure of staying in apartment hotels
In an Airbnb you live in a full apartment, but with no service, and in a hotel you only have a room, but with all hotel services.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
The leisure of staying in apartment hotels
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I watched my daughter die slowly, in pain
At 15, Mobese Kashama had just come from one that had lasted for a week with a cough that did not bother her much at first but would not go away.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
I watched my daughter die slowly, in pain
Remembering Fadhili Williams: Love, music and meeting President
If Fadhili Williams has had his way he would have never become a musician. His health started failing at the end of 2000 and he died on February 2001.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
Remembering Fadhili Williams: Love, music and meeting President
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Liz Njagah: ‘House of Lungula’ opened doors for me
Liz Njangah ended up winning the Best Actress award at the London Greek Film Festival for her portrayal of a Kenyan immigrant.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
Liz Njagah: ‘House of Lungula’ opened doors for me
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Kiriamiti: Out of crime, I just want to be John
Murang’a people are proud of their son. Even the people who used to be his worst enemies – the police - are now his best friends.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
Kiriamiti: Out of crime, I just want to be John
Changing trends in the business of cutting men’s hair
Welcome to the new world of male grooming, a far cry from when a barbershop in Kenya used to be a tree with a scrapwood sign labelled ‘Kinyozi'.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
Changing trends in the business of cutting men’s hair
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My dad wasn't happy I had a Nigerian boyfriend
Muindi Mbingu is Wavinya Ndeti’s great grandfather. By blood, and, as I quickly learn from my conversation with her, also by character.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
My dad wasn't happy I had a Nigerian boyfriend
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Maryanne Mudavadi: Musalia's daughter who caused tremors at earthquake event
'Good morning dad, the next president of Kenya,' Maryanne Mudavadi endearingly introduced her father Musalia during the ANC event at Bomas of Kenya.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
Maryanne Mudavadi: Musalia's daughter who caused tremors at earthquake event
Local tourism boosts airlines amid Covid-19 travel hiccups
When Covid-19 broke out in March 2020, there were times flights would have only five people, says Kisumu International Airport Manager Selina Gor.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
Local tourism boosts airlines amid Covid-19 travel hiccups
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Making an impact: I had big shoes to fill
Pravir also happens to be an impact investor, the Director of Sarova Hotels and Aion Properties. He sits on various boards in Kenya and London.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
Making an impact: I had big shoes to fill
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All in a day’s work: Surgeon, president, writer
Dr Miriam Mutebi is the first female breast cancer surgeon in Kenya and numerous appointments, including co-chair of cancer management taskforce.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
All in a day’s work: Surgeon, president, writer
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Prince Andrew: Sex scandal in the palace
The case against Prince Andrew may be heard later this year.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
Prince Andrew: Sex scandal in the palace
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Why we opted for plastic surgery
Plastic surgery is not just aesthetic surgery like tummy tucks, breast reductions, breast augmentations, liposuction and facelifts.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
Why we opted for plastic surgery
It was a dull year as event organisers struggled to pull crowds
Kenyans favour foreign artistes more, even though they are generally accommodative of everyone across the board.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
It was a dull year as event organisers struggled to pull crowds
Should we bother with New Year’s resolutions?
Despite studies showing that 80 per cent of resolutions are broken, we keep making them.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
Should we bother with New Year’s resolutions?
The dream built on a love for dancing
The thread that ties them together is one of three cords, passion for dance and desire to never go back to the things they have been through.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
The dream built on a love for dancing
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Heroes: Meet ordinary people who make a difference
There are everyday heroes all around us who may never appear on the president’s list but are quietly doing heroic things every day.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
Heroes: Meet ordinary people who make a difference
Here’s how we make others see the beauty of this world
The feeling of helping someone I do not know and impacting their lives in a profound way.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
Here’s how we make others see the beauty of this world
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Lillian Gogo: My dream was to join university
Before making history by being the first woman ever elected as MP of Rabgwe constituency, Gogo was a lecturer at Egerton University.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
Lillian Gogo: My dream was to join university
Of bewitching sunsets and a TikTok-ready cheetah
There is no fence so as not to interfere with animal movement, but there is a security team of morans who escort you to your tent.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
Of bewitching sunsets and a TikTok-ready cheetah
Karen Hospital co-founder Dr James Mageria dies of cancer
Dr James Mageria succumbed to cancer at about 6:25am on Thursday.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
Karen Hospital co-founder Dr James Mageria dies of cancer
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Emmy Kosgei: I didn’t want to become a pastor’s wife growing up
10 years ago, that statement would not have caused ears to perk up, but now it’s a thing of excitement as she switches between Kenya and Nigeria.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
Emmy Kosgei: I didn’t want to become a pastor’s wife growing up
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Juliani’s ode to Lillian and last meeting with Bob Collymore
Juliani confesses his love for Lillian, describing her as a lady of clarity of mind, clarity of purpose and respects herself.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
Juliani’s ode to Lillian and last meeting with Bob Collymore
Isaiah Katumwa: A memorable life
The hardest question for Isaiah Katumwa to answer has to be what his most memorable moment has been.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
Isaiah Katumwa: A memorable life
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Wanjeri Nderu’s life as an activist: 'I wish I'd started earlier'
Wanjeri Nderu can really get a person going. Whether she is talking to you alone or to a park full of protesters, she can whip up emotions just by...
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
Wanjeri Nderu’s life as an activist: 'I wish I'd started earlier'
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Faith Kipyegon: Not yet done, I have big plans
when she struck out to take the lead well into the final lap, Kenyans stood up and the country stood still.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
Faith Kipyegon: Not yet done, I have big plans
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Pain of the left-handed as they navigate the world 'meant' for right-handed
People who are left-handed trying to use many everyday items is like a game permanently set on ‘difficult’ mode
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
Pain of the left-handed as they navigate the world 'meant' for right-handed
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How Kenya's first female Olympian went to the games
An interesting coincidence, as 1956 was the first time Kenya participated in the Olympics, but women did not represent Kenya until 12 years later.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
How Kenya's first female Olympian went to the games
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Restoring Nairobi’s iconic libraries
Book Bunk is turning public libraries into what they call ‘Palaces for The People' while introducing technology in every aspect.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
Restoring Nairobi’s iconic libraries
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Jamnazi legend Awillo Mike: I will sing until I die
?Long before he and his band, Jamnazi, were known for hits such as I’m Not Sober, Awillo Mike says he was a Fanta Orange guy...
By Jacqueline Mahugu 1 year ago
Jamnazi legend Awillo Mike: I will sing until I die
Why Endebess MP Robert Pukose juggles surgery and politics
Endebess MP Robert Pukose is a registered doctor on the Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board and will not lay down his tools of trade.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 2 years ago
Why Endebess MP Robert Pukose juggles surgery and politics
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‘Stella’ had her time but he is all mine now, says Freshley Mwamburi’s wife
When Mwamburi met Stella, he says, she was 16 years old and he was in his twenties.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 2 years ago
‘Stella’ had her time but he is all mine now, says Freshley Mwamburi’s wife
Passionate about horns: I found a home in music
“What if I was told today that I have cancer and six months to live?"
By Jacqueline Mahugu 2 years ago
Passionate about horns: I found a home in music
Master the art of selling online
Selling online isn’t rocket science, but increasing your market share through social media takes some skill.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 2 years ago
Master the art of selling online
Mandala: Art that demands patience
The brushes used are the tiniest she can find. She has already drawn the circles and patterns and is now filling them in millimeter by millimeter.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 2 years ago
Mandala: Art that demands patience
Crazy but fulfilling: Motherhood and working from home
On this Mother’s Day, we speak to four women about what their experience working from home with young children has been like.
By Jacqueline Mahugu 2 years ago
Crazy but fulfilling: Motherhood and working from home
MKU unveils  state-of-the-art e-gaming equipment
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