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OPINION: Slum boys suffer the pinch of police brutality every election cycle

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The common denominator for men and women of my generation, born before 1980, was that no one was above a good beating

OPINION: Slum boys suffer the pinch of police brutality every election cycle

By Oyunga Pala | 4 years ago

Why are we not seeing many black faces in conservation?

Why are we not seeing many black faces in conservation?

Historic racial prejudices in the Kenyan conservation industry alienate indigenous people as important partners in conservation.

Oyunga Pala | 4 years ago

Why I gave up on becoming the hair industry’s java

Maureen Murunga is the founder and proprietor of Amadiva, a hair and beauty salon franchise.

Oyunga Pala | 4 years ago

Kalamashaka’s Tafsiri Hii was more than a song, it was game changer

The socially conscious music captured the frustrations of an entire generation of young people locked away in urban ghetto squalor.

Oyunga Pala | 4 years ago

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