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The Sh32b traffic snarl ups: Was Thika Road value for money?

While the new road looks beautiful, the traffic situation is virtually the same. When retired president Mwai Kibaki launched the [...]
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The Nairobi We Want – Traffic

The Walk Every morning, as the sun comes up, Christinah Asiabukaya is already on the move. The 40-year old who [...]
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Don’t have a job? All you need is a smartphone

Ruth Wambui knows for sure that she will never be employed again. “No. No. Never,” she says, shaking her head [...]
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Behind the Helmet

The word boda boda hardly conjures up positive images in the minds of Kenyans. This story seeks to present a [...]
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Gone Without a Trace: A Woman’s Desperate Search for her Twins

Samuel Muiruri and James Mwahu just before they went missing in 2012. They were four. It had been two hours [...]
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May
25

Use technology to advance your skills, journalists told

Dr. Nancy Booker, Assistant Professor, GSMC speaks to journalists during the technology and the changing world of journalism event held […]

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May
21

Media must adopt technology to thrive

(2nd L) Marion Njoki, Technical Operations Manager, Aga Khan University Graduate School of Media and Communications, shows journalists how to […]

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Apr
24

Aga Khan University and US Embassy create media literacy video focusing on discerning fake news

Misinformation has become a core part of the news cycle and remains a leading area of concern across independent, private, […]

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Mar
15

Giving Nature a Voice gets funding from Canadian Philanthropists

Ross Beaty of the Sitka Foundation speaks Tuesday in Vancouver. Tuesday, 13th March 2018: A luncheon  featuring some long-standing Vancouver […]

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Mar
11

Transforming Leadership for 21st Century Africa Programme Launched

(L to R) Prof. Rhonda Breit, Associate Dean, Aga Khan University Graduate School of Media and Communications, Martin Oduor-Otieno, Chairman […]

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