Author: Harriet James

Streamlining elections with AI, blockchain tech

Reading Time: 3 minutes Most elections are usually marked with complaints of systematic electoral fraud, including vote rigging, ballot box stuffing and election officials […]

Towards a great father-son bond

Reading Time: 3 minutes When Boniface Kagiri, a sales professional and a father of two boys noticed how his wife, Joan Wanjiku  was overwhelmed […]

Streamlining elections with AI, blockchain tech

Reading Time: 3 minutes Most elections are usually marked with complaints of systematic electoral fraud, including vote rigging, ballot box stuffing and election officials […]

Pastors’ children can walk the faith in a wild world

Reading Time: 3 minutes When Rev Dr Peter Wanyonyi, a pastor at Christian Revival Church’s wife gave birth to their first child in 2005, […]

Animal business just gone digital

Reading Time: 4 minutes Growing up, Bernard Njathi saw his parents, uncles, aunties and family friends sell off their livestock just to afford school […]

Agency grooms female film-makers

Reading Time: 3 minutes Youth Media recently premiered a film dubbed Calling The Shots that depicts the struggle of women in film in Kenya. […]

Why being independent woman is not all bliss

Reading Time: 4 minutes There is so much talk about the need for women to be independent. Women are gracefully climbing ladders, taking charge […]

How gaslighting is rearing its head in the workplace

Reading Time: 4 minutes Has your superior or colleague ever invalidated what you know to be true forcing you to question the facts and, […]