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The ‘Black Days’ In The Streets

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At the sides of the road, they crawl using their ischemic worn out palms and semi-gangrenous knees gradually as they look upon the riders of cars and those walking with a pair of blessed legs. 1,828 more words


Nu och då

Vi hade ju kinesiskt besök på jobbet och vi brukar gå ut och äta ihop med våra hitresta kollegor. Jag jobbar på huvudkontoret så antalet besökare från i stort sett världens alla hörn ar ganska stort. 546 more words


Smoking chimp from Iraq finds refuge in Kenya

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OL PEJETA, KENYA (AFP) – Separated from his mother shortly after birth, Manno the chimpanzee was smuggled to Iraq and spent his days smoking cigarettes handed to him by amused zoo visitors and posing for pictures. 720 more words

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The Effects of Devolution On Informal Business

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The introduction of devolution into the governance structure of Kenya has helped in the decentralisation of power from the national government to county governments. 569 more words

Shopping Mitumba

The first thing that struck me about Nairobi is how fashionable the Kenyans in all levels of society are dressed. Branded clothing of stores that do not even have outlets here are seen in the streetscape. 460 more words

2016-12-09: Feel Good Friday

This sighting made me smile; watching these cubs playing with each other while their Mom and the pride males lounged around nearby.

I’ll have a few more images to share from this experience in the coming weeks and months :) 47 more words


Kenya Wins Bid To Host Africa’s Tech Centres For Maritime Firms

Kenya has been chosen to host a multi-billion Maritime Technology Cooperation Centre for Africa, beating South Africa, Ghana and Namibia which had also shown interest. The bids by International Maritime Organization, a UN agency which regulates shipping, were opened in April. 193 more words

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