Pop Culture

Why I have No Shame In My Tinder Game

by Steffany Wangari Ndei  
My presence on Tinder has never been as unintentional as the people who write, "I lost a dare, that is why I am here." ...
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Music

Ukoo Flani Said It First, But Wakadinali Are Drilling It Better

by Lilian Mutinda
For a long time, hip hop has been associated with blunt truth telling, Ukoo Flani, the liberationist rappers who rose to fame for their hot takes on various social ills. ...
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Pop Culture

TikTok Challenges: A Gateway To Our Inner Ratchet?

by Whitney Muhadi
The #silhouettechallenge has been dropping jaws and clothes in equal measure. Many say it’s a way of promoting body positivity. ...
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Current Affairs

Record-Keeping Gridlock: Same Vaccine, Different Data Collection Systems 

by Wakini Njogu
The vaccination drive was rolled out on 5 March, with the Health Ministry saying recipients’ data would be captured digitally in the Chanjo Information Management System. ...
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Current Affairs

One In A Million? Comparing The Side Effects And Potential Risks Of The COVID-19 Vaccines

Nearly a dozen countries resumed use of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine on Friday as EU and British regulators said the benefits of immunisation outweighed any risks. ...
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Current Affairs

The Case For A People’s Vaccine

by Wakini Njogu
If there’s anything the COVID-19 pandemic was supposed to teach us, it was that we either stick together or get hanged separately. ...
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Current Affairs

‘‘Tusiogope Chanjo’’ Revisiting Vaccine Hesitancy in Kenya

by Lilian Mutinda
As the Covid-19 pandemic ravaged the world, the biggest concern was finding a possible cure or the closest to it, a vaccine. ...
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Current Affairs

Why The Curfew Is Here To Stay

by Wakini Njogu and Juliet Atellah
Majority of Kenyans came to the slippery conclusion that COVID-19 was exiting the country. Citizens became lax with the rules - planning and attending overcrowded social functions and absconding on facemasks. ...
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Current Affairs

Kenya’s Mounting Crisis of Unemployment

by Wakini Njogu & Earnest Kilonzo
Between April and June 2020, 1.7 million Kenyans lost their jobs. ...
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Society

The Lap Of Luxury

by Faith Makau
Maybe we should’ve listened to Ray Charles when he said we should live each day as if it’s our last, because one day it will be. ...
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People

“Play, Don’t Talk.” The Gagging Crisis in Sports

by Steffany Wangari Ndei
When Mesut Ozil tendered his resignation from the German National Team in 2018, citing racial abuse and discrimination, he attracted worldwide criticism and acclaim in equal measure. Ozil’s decision, conveyed in an ...
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