Langata road heading towards town, just before Galleria mall is some construction that has taken up some of the rightmost lane.
Because we are a country or half-assedness, this section of the road is not lit. And so many folks won’t realize it’s there until they’re on top of it
Used for decades to dealing with mild mannered India, the West doesn’t know quite how to react to what in less than a decade will be the world’s 3rd largest economy. My @Openthemag column.
13th anniversary issue on newsstands
Enforce the speed limit but do not do anything that will make it take longer to use or exit the exprey like introducing speed bumps.
Enforcement can be automated (use entry & exit times though your timers don't work) or better yet put speed cameras & one has to pay at the exit. twitter.com/mojaexpressway…
Absolutely loved every minute with these bunch of creatives from Malindi and Watamu. We poured everything out, and I really wish them the best in this journey.
Thanks for the opportunity, @BarazaLab and @thellesico.
Kenyan Creatives To The World.
To the whole world! twitter.com/thellesitrust/…
"Four months into the war in Ukraine, the countries aligned against Russia face growing economic pain even as sanctions and embargoes are showing little impact on Russian President Vladimir Putin's campaign or his political standing at home."
There is a water taxi company that will be plying between Jinja-Entebbe-Kalangala and Port Bell in Kampala
We need such at the coast between Lamu-Malindi-Mombasa and Kwale but the red tape in licencing is what has stopped it
Wanuri Kahiu's Netflix project Look Both Ways (previously known as Plus/Minus), starring Riverdale's Lili Reinhart now has release date, 17 August 2022.
The drama also stars Nia Long, Luke Wilson, Danny Ramirez, David Corenswet, Andrea Savage, Aisha Dee and more.
The journey of liberating our Pumwani Ward continues, the good people of Pumwani Ward are ready for a different kind of authentic leadership that impartially serves, values and respects them!
Aluta Continua ✊🏿
We are excited to launch a new global initiative on #cycling mobilities of care with @BYCS_org!
Join us on July 6th in a conversation with international experts on making #cycling cities inclusive for babies, toddlers and their #caregivers.
Cameroonian economist Joseph Tchundjang Pouemi died in 1984, either poisoned or by suicide. His ideas about the international monetary system and the CFA franc are worth revisiting. africasacountry.com/2022/06/democr…
Google’s lesser known origin story: academia and the National Science Foundation (part of the funding came from the National Library for Medicine to catalogue anatomical atlases and early biomedical books/manuscripts)
“Thank you so much [Beyoncé] for giving me my flowers while I’m still alive. I am honoured… Maybe we can do a collab together, that’s always a dream.” —Robin S, singer of “Show Me Love” which was sampled on “Break My Soul”
"The only thing which we want for our country is the right to a worthy life, to dignity without pretence, to independence without restrictions. This has never been the desire of the Belgian colonialists and their Western allies."
Not to mention forego any idea of exploiting any hydrocarbons they might have to sell to the big polluters, even as the latter refuse to replace the foregone income as already agreed as part of the mitigation measures to avoid total climatic catastrophy. twitter.com/DickensOlewe/s…
Bruno Pereira authored a 56-page report, dated November 2021, detailing the findings from the indigenous vigilance team's first major expedition to record evidence of illegal invasions of their reserve, seen exclusively by Reuters. reuters.com/world/americas…
Is the absence of Cambridge Analytica affecting the tone of this 🇰🇪election (at least on social media)? Or different dynamics altogether.
I’m certainly glad peace-preneurs and hot-takes from Western academics are irrelevant 😎
Two weeks and counting of a crazy travel schedule and fascinating to see how overwhelmed airports and airlines are pretty much everywhere, super busy and chaotic (and the ticket prices! 😮💨) …famine to feast.
I think most of us in African tech are cursed with irrational exuberance. I have been fortunate to be on many boards both within Africa and outside and there is something I have noticed with companies outside Africa, their pipelines are much more realistic. Their budgets are real