How Africa is shown in popular video games
While Kenya alone boasts of some exciting games like Wings of Fury 3D, Mzito, Nganya Unlimited, MMC Racing, and others, a lot more can be bone.
By Boniface Mithika 1 year ago
How Africa is shown in popular video games
Voices behind video games
Moving from 2D and voiceless, video games have given actors a chance to do what they would not have done in film.
By Boniface Mithika 1 year ago
Voices behind video games
September to remember
Ahoy! It is September already. September holds the infamous International Talk Like a Pirate Day. The date is September 19 and coincides with the release of Return to Monkey Island.
By Boniface Mithika 1 year ago
September to remember
Video games to improve your skills in the kitchen
Most often than not when we talk of video games, we picture of gory blood baths, muscular men with superpowers fighting. However, some video games are educative.
By Boniface Mithika 1 year ago
Video games to improve your skills in the kitchen
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Sad state of our democracy and what can be done to revitalise it
The notion of the validity of government on polls therefore, has almost throughout aligned with citizen distrust and suspicion of power holders.
By Boniface Mithika 1 year ago
Sad state of our democracy and what can be done to revitalise it
Despite little support, Malombe recaptures Kitui governor's seat
Malombe, of the Wiper party, garnered 198,004 votes to trounce his closest rival, David Musila of the Jubilee party, who garnered 117,606 votes.
By Boniface Mithika 1 year ago
Despite little support, Malombe recaptures Kitui governor's seat
You've not seen the last of Roots party's Justina Wamae
Now, long after the dust has settled on this election, she will not fade away; her understanding of public policy and the hanky-panky of Kenyan politics would make her a great asset.
By Boniface Mithika 1 year ago
You've not seen the last of Roots party's Justina Wamae
IEBC officials in Mombasa, Kilifi counties charged with election malpractice
The four were charged with issuance of two extra ballot papers to a voter and failure to report the matter to security officials and refusal to count votes.
By Boniface Mithika 1 year ago
IEBC officials in Mombasa, Kilifi counties charged with election malpractice
Cristiano Ronaldo and Harry Maguire most abused Premier League players - study
Manchester United's Cristiano Ronaldo and Harry Maguire are the most abused Premier League players on Twitter
By Boniface Mithika 1 year ago
Cristiano Ronaldo and Harry Maguire most abused Premier League players - study
Ruto breaks down during prayer service in Karen
Ruto can be seen in the clip that has since gone viral, holding back tears and burying his face in his hands, as the worship team led the congregants in worship.
By Boniface Mithika 1 year ago
Ruto breaks down during prayer service in Karen
D.C. United stuns Orlando City 2-1 in Rooney's debut
New D.C. United coach Wayne Rooney didn't have to wait long to earn his first victory.
By Boniface Mithika 1 year ago
D.C. United stuns Orlando City 2-1 in Rooney's debut
Sudan detects first case of monkeypox in Darfur
The World Health Organization last month declared monkeypox a global emergency, to ensure that the world takes the current outbreaks seriously.
By Boniface Mithika 1 year ago
Sudan detects first case of monkeypox in Darfur
The Church has an awesome task that we should live up to
In the unlikely event that things go wrong during these elections, let us resolve them within the confines of the law. God is on our side. Kenya is ours. Let's build rather than destroy it.
By Boniface Mithika 1 year ago
The Church has an awesome task that we should live up to
MCAs' and MPs' sitting allowances, car grants abolished
The SRC has abolished car grants and sitting allowances for Members of Parliament, Senators and MCAs.
By Boniface Mithika 1 year ago
MCAs' and MPs' sitting allowances, car grants abolished
Suspected murder: Woman's body found in Limuru
Limuru Sub-County police commander Eileen Mora said that investigations into the suspected murder have started.
By Boniface Mithika 1 year ago
Suspected murder: Woman's body found in Limuru
Varsities scramble for DRC students
Local universities have seen a sharp increase in Congolese students' enrollment in various courses.
By Boniface Mithika 1 year ago
Varsities scramble for DRC students
Stop drama and leave IEBC alone, Ruto tells DCI boss Kinoti
Deputy President William Ruto has lashed out at the Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI) George Kinoti asking him to keep off election matters.
By Boniface Mithika 1 year ago
Stop drama and leave IEBC alone, Ruto tells DCI boss Kinoti
How literature influences video games
To create their masterpiece, developers have time and again been influenced by literary works. So if you are not into books, how about you grab these games?.
By Boniface Mithika 1 year ago
How literature influences video games
Great games to beat the July cold
This year has been eventful, thanks to the titles that have already hit the shelves. We have seen some quite interesting titles on all platforms and the scene is just getting better.
By Boniface Mithika 1 year ago
Great games to beat the July cold
Neighbours: Australian hit show bows out after 37 years
The dramatic story started on March 18, 1985, with three families; Ramsays, Robinsons and Clarkes who all lived and worked in Erinsborough, a fictional suburb of Melbourne.
By Boniface Mithika 1 year ago
Neighbours: Australian hit show bows out after 37 years
Does gaming hurt romantic relationships?
Ensure you give your partner their undivided attention and make sure they know that gaming is not your priority. Sticking to a well-laid-out realistic plan ensures one gets their chores done.
By Boniface Mithika 1 year ago
Does gaming hurt romantic relationships?
Game this Father's Day away
Fathers mean business. They are not in on any games. Your old man would probably whoop you if you played all day long. But today gives you a leeway to whoop your dad.
By Boniface Mithika 2 years ago
Game this Father's Day away
Jump into action with these six games of June
Here's an overview of some of the newly released video games.
By Boniface Mithika 2 years ago
Jump into action with these six games of June
Rebirth of Les Wanyika: 'Afro' hitmakers comeback plan
Most of their songs were inspired by real-life stories, take for example Sina Makosa, which began with a fight that the late Professor Omar had in a bar with another man over a woman.
By Boniface Mithika 2 years ago
Rebirth of Les Wanyika: 'Afro' hitmakers comeback plan
Immerse yourself into the Metaverse
In the Metaverse, people have been buying and selling houses, and others have held phoney weddings, but this nonexistent virtual world is proving to be a great hit in the game business.
By Boniface Mithika 2 years ago
Immerse yourself into the Metaverse
PC vs Console, which is better?
While money is the primary worry, there are other elements to consider for a great gaming experience, including the visuals, greatest multiplayer possibilities and technical skills.
By Boniface Mithika 2 years ago
PC vs Console, which is better?
Games to watch this May
May is proving a bigger month in title releases unlike its predecessor, April.
By Boniface Mithika 2 years ago
Games to watch this May
Superhero titles of 2022
The opportunity to step into the shoes of our favourite comic book characters – and beat up baddies with their characteristic gadgets – is pure, unadulterated joy.
By Boniface Mithika 2 years ago
Superhero titles of 2022
Game ideas for the Easter season
Bunny hop is a dance competition whereby you gather your entire family, turn on some favourite tunes and everyone can show off their best moves.
By Boniface Mithika 2 years ago
Game ideas for the Easter season
Top video games for the visually impaired
The incorporation of accessibility options and features by developers is increasing the popularity of blind gaming and disability gaming in general.
By Boniface Mithika 2 years ago
Top video games for the visually impaired
Four Kenyan originals that will air on Showmax
A thriller series starring Serah Ndanu and Blessing Lung'aho is among the new Kenyan originals planned to debut this year on Showmax.
By Boniface Mithika 2 years ago
Four Kenyan originals that will air on Showmax
How to give constructive criticism
Kim Scott, a coach to top tech CEOs in Silicon Valley and a best-selling author hired an employee who she described as kind, funny, supportive and car
By Tania Ngima 6 years ago
How to give constructive criticism
Why you need to be friends with your boss
Some call it playing politics and others call them power games. Organisational behaviour and workplace specialists however coined the term ‘managing u
By Tania Ngima 6 years ago
Why you need to be friends with your boss
Are you emotionally intelligent enough for a promotion?
How to cultivate emotional intelligence that can earn a promotion at work.
By Tania Ngima 6 years ago
Are you emotionally intelligent enough for a promotion?
5 minutes with the boss, how to make the most of it
So how do you approach an executive in a way that will make the person you are speaking with willing to have a further conversation?
By Tania Ngima 6 years ago
5 minutes with the boss, how to make the most of it
Common regrets of the mid-career professional
It wasn’t until I was in my 40s that I realised that I could go into business. I feel like I wasted more than 10 years prevaricating over whether this was the right decision – I now realise I should have just started small and learnt as I went along,” says Gina, the founder of a successful branding business.
By Tania Ngima 7 years ago
Common regrets of the mid-career professional
The fine art of salary negotiation
?Most times, we get far less than we deserve. This is mainly because we are too eager to clinch the job. TANIA NGIMA, a director at Resolution Insurance and a Mandela Washington Fellow advises on how to get your proper dues.
By Tania Ngima 7 years ago
The fine art of salary negotiation
Bullying affects mental health
In 2014, the world was shocked by the story of Emilie Olsen, a 13-year-old girl in the US who killed herself as a result of years of alleged bullying.
By Tania Ngima 7 years ago
Bullying affects mental health
Dynamics of business funding
Over the past few months, I have been keenly watching the financial services industry, specifically the investment space.
By Tania Ngima 7 years ago
Dynamics of business funding
Who does Africa hold promise for?
In May 2013, an Africa-focused article described Africa’s youth as either a ticking time bomb or an opportunity. At the time, Senegal had just come off their general elections where the incumbent was defeated by an aspirant.
By Tania Ngima 7 years ago
Who does Africa hold promise for?
Is romance a myth or reality
Relationships
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You will contribute to the social health fund even without a job
Health & Science
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Firms welcome scrapping of some taxes, want more cuts
Business
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