Author: Njeri Maina

How design work impacts tourist habitation choices

Reading Time: 4 minutes Millennials and Generation Z travellers are looking for experiences when travelling. A huge chunk of their income goes to travel, […]

Inventor Douglas Okonu creates Kenya’s first automated body camera

Reading Time: 3 minutes Douglas Okonu interest in everything tech and security led to the gadget, now on its sixth iteration, that can be […]

Desecrated choma; a cross of fried and charred mbuzi

Reading Time: 2 minutes Mbuzi Munch are quite adept at getting the perfect restaurant spot. It is the first restaurant you spot when you […]

Our long, painful experience with fibroids

Reading Time: 5 minutes Wanjiku Karugo has always had heavy, painful and prolonged periods, which she always considered normal. However, she realised something was […]

An interview with screen icon Melvin Alusa – a veteran actor in Kenya

Reading Time: 3 minutes Tell us a bit about your acting journey. My career spans over 15 years. It has been a decade plus […]

When art therapy is worth a thousand words of counselling

Reading Time: 3 minutes About three years ago, Akinyi Oluoch worked with Faraja Cancer Support in a project where they would do artwork, colour, […]

Theatre returns after Covid-19 restrictions is eased

Reading Time: 3 minutes Covid-19 restrictions meant that people could not attend live theatre shows. This saw the postponement of some live productions, while […]

Punny and funny – meet comedian Anthony Ngachira, known for insightful jokes about human character

Reading Time: 5 minutes Anthony Ngachira, popularly known as Ty, comes off naturally funny. He is a barrel of laughs a minute, and is […]