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When the teacher's 'powerful' wand hurts

SUNDAY MAGAZINE

At the beginning of the year, I received news that one of my high school teachers had passed away. I was not sure how to react. Honestly, I did not feel the loss. I know we are supposed to look up to our teachers, but this one just brought out the worst in us.

When the teacher's 'powerful' wand hurts

By Lydia Limbe | 5 years ago

Parents are definitely the safety net for their children

Parents are definitely the safety net for their children

Some weeks back, I went home tired, stressed out and grumpy. I was too exhausted to cook, and decided to buy French fries and chicken for dinner. I knew my son would be delighted – which child would not be?

Lydia Limbe | 5 years ago

Lessons for Kenyan entrepreneurs from Two Rivers

In the last five years, there have been indications that Kenya is going global. The most obvious sign has been the increasing business interest from international brands looking to set up in Africa and choosing Nairobi as a destination and launch pad.

Lydia Limbe | 5 years ago

Kenya’s soda ash exports face uncertain future as silt settles over acres of Magadi

Lake Magadi, which has been mined since 1911 for its naturally occurring soda ash, is now under threat due to massive soil erosion upstream in Narok and Suswa.

Lydia Limbe | 6 years ago

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