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I am a proud, black Kenyan woman

Who said only ‘yellow, yellows’ are beautiful? “Sister, mafuta!” the young women call out. They are standing outside the rows and rows of stalls stacked with products in brightly-coloured containers…. Read more »

I thank God I’m living my dream

Esther Wahome is regarded as a pioneer in the gospel industry. She shares with Lifestyle about her career, family and success. Q:Tell us about yourself? A: I am a recording… Read more »

Life in the shadow of Ocampo : Me to go record statement in the Hague? Never!

While on a visit to the United States in November 2010, Mrs Jayne Kihara received a curious call from a Kenyan Cabinet minister. The request from the caller in Nairobi… Read more »

Millionaire rises from Kirinyaga Mwea’s rice fields

He was once employed as a tailor barely earning Sh5 to repair clothes. Now, Charles Njiru Mkombozi, 51, controls a multi-million shilling business empire in Kirinyaga county When he was… Read more »

Kenyan entrepreneur helps migrants study and find jobs in Australia

Entrepreneur Milton Njanja, is the executive director of Job Training Institute in Australia, headquartered in Melbourne and offers courses in community development and health Every idea has an expiry date,… Read more »

Young university lady a Senator in Bomet

She is only 22, but wears several hats. The Junior Senator representing Bomet County opens up to Elizabeth Ojina about her journey in leadership and her life. Name: Stacey Saida… Read more »

Meet Anne Ng’ang’a : Teacher with a ‘magic wand’

When you mention the name Mrs Ann Ng’ang’a, it may not ring a bell in many people’s minds. But mention the slum-based Olympic Primary School and many people will raise… Read more »

How I earn millions cutting deals in counties

Former travel firm driver who is now running a construction equipment for hire company shares his success story Joram Ngahu would probably be at the centre of his former employer’s… Read more »

[VIDEO] How UK-trained doctor dumped his job abroad to follow his passion in dairy Farming in Kenya

I make Sh250,000 from milk sales in a good month A fter stay for 12 years in the United Kingdom, he decided that East or West, home’s best. And for… Read more »

Former house help now popular mechanic

As the traffic crawls along Nairobi’s Juja Road, it is hard to miss the overall-clad mechanics who are seemingly oblivious to the passing cars, focusing instead on the repair jobs… Read more »

Why I chose pigs over rental houses in my Kayole Nairobi Plot

The 25 by 60ft plot in Kayole in Nairobi resembles many others in the populous estate. It is surrounded by a concrete wall to enhance security and atop the walls… Read more »

Archbishop Martin Kivuva: Why 11 is my magical number

The number 11 has acquired importance in the life of outgoing Machakos Catholic Diocese bishop Martin Kivuva. He considers it his lucky number. He served at the Changamwe Parish, Mombasa… Read more »

Dorothy Gakii Mbaabu : I’m a barber and love it :

Some men doubt her skills and downrightly turn her down. This, however, has not deterred Dorothy Gakii Mbaabu, 36, from being a cut above the men “As you begin to… Read more »

Alice Nabwire : I finally found acceptance after years of rejection

A family should be the first place a child naturally experiences love, unconditional love. But this is not always the case, as my story will prove. Shunned by my own… Read more »

Superintendent Vincent Makokha:I am a policeman at heart

He knew that if he did not do something, and do it fast, someone would die. A few metres away, a group of men with clubs and other crude weapons… Read more »