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#SpreadTheGospel - 31/Mar/2020

“Even though the fig trees have no blossoms, and there are no grapes on the vines; even though the olive crop fails, and the fields lie empty and barren; even though the flocks die in the fields, and the cattle barns are empty, yet I will rejoice i… read

How to get around a country if you don’t speak the language

EvaMtalii - 31/Mar/2020

Is not speaking the local language keeping you from hitting that desired bucket list destination? Well, I feel you. Travel is fun and all until you can’t speak the language. That’s why in today’s post I highlight tips and hack for traveling whe… read

COVID-19 & Oil Price Crash: 5 African Countries Worst Hit By The Double Blow

WeeTracker - 31/Mar/2020

African oil-producing and reliant countries have been among the most hard hit by The post COVID-19 & Oil Price Crash: 5 African Countries Worst Hit By The Double Blow appeared first on WeeTracker. read

5 Signs You’ve Made a Bad Hire and How to Get it Right

Brighter Monday Career and Recruitment Partner - 31/Mar/2020

It is always a huge relief for a hiring manager when a vacancy is filled. With the current challenges brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic, getting the right talent is quite a hurdle.  Not all new hires turn out as you expected. Sometimes you enco… read

Eliud Kipchoge Like You’ve Never Seen Him Before, in GQ Spread

Nate's Crest - 31/Mar/2020

Barely 7 months after breaking the 2-hour marathon barrier, Kenyan sporting legend Eliud Kipchoge is in the headlines yet again. This time it’s not for his skills on the track, but rather for the quirky-ness of his fashion, with a new feature sprea… read

Passion is not a Plan

Kerry's Blog - 31/Mar/2020


What you need to know about depression

kingekevin - 31/Mar/2020

Mental health is very crucial for healthy living. Understanding how one’s mind works and continuous growth of the mind should be a practice we all follow. The mind should be exercised regularly through use and also well rested just like we feed, ex… read

COVID-19 Curfew: Police Brutality; Missing Child

Mtoto News - 28/Mar/2020

By Constance Ndeleko Police brutality on commuters marks the first night curfew; Children caught in between. What is a curfew? It is a regulation requiring people to remain indoors between specified hours, typically at night especially during a war o… read

Birthday Blues.

Clarie's Ramblings - 28/Mar/2020

My mother says she was in labour for seven days before giving birth to me. I don’t know. Guys, is this plausible? Anyway, I was the first of my mother’s three c-sections.  The year I turned seven, my sister and I had a joint birthday party. Her… read

Positive Lockdown.

Lucas Marang'a - 27/Mar/2020

You're blest when you get your inside world - your mind and heart - put right. Then you can see God in the outside world. Matthew 5: 8… read

My Difficult Childhood Unknowingly Drove me into Depression; Lily Okeyo

Decent Conversations - 26/Mar/2020

Photo | Courtesy“It is okay not to be okay”. This is a statement taken so casually but carries so much weight. It is estimated that 300 million people worldwide suffer from depression which is the most common type of mental disorder.  Kenya hap… read


Nairobi Poetry House - 25/Mar/2020

I keep thinking Do I have a right to love you Can I live for only your existence Can my love belong to only you Should I hope that you will love me back Are my tears enough to bring you to me Should my arms Be open Waiting for yours to hold them I [… read

Funding Scholarships For Youth in Kenya

Zed The Financialist - 25/Mar/2020

1. Provost’s Excellence Funding Scholarship at Oregon State University, USA The scholarship is made open to individuals who wish to pursue an undergraduate programme at Oregon State University. Benefits of the Scholarship The scholarship is partial… read


KINASISI - 25/Mar/2020

I am part of an evening class. About thirty folks, we sit in a conference room and argue about copyright law. The class is on a halt since the gava put an end to all social gatherings. If you ask me, the gava is overreacting. Ebola has been next door… read

Genius way on how to save money in the year 2020

iradtechie: policy, technology and lifestyle - 25/Mar/2020

iradtechie: policy, technology and lifestyle How to save money is an art and the gurus in saving money will tell you that it requires great discipline. Learn to spend only after you save money. Do not also just save money, the money you save should b… read

Help Next Door – Stories Straight from the heart

Mama Cekes speaks - 23/Mar/2020

My renewed love for books is being rekindled and I am loving it. To begin this new status, I have picked a book ‘ Help Next Door’ – A collection of stories straight from the heart. This is a collection of stories from a number of writers from a… read

My friend lost 10 million to Corona Virus

The Diary of a Madwoman - 23/Mar/2020

Reality checked in for me when a fellow Kenyan in Sweden, who is close to retiring announced that he had lost most of his retirement plan savings to the shaky market shares. He lost close to sh10 million. read

Buying Electric Appliances - Cheap is No Longer Expensive

Dennis Kioko - 22/Mar/2020

A fancy Bosch iron box with floor showing electrical damage from the appliance. Though more expensive than standard iron boxes, the appliance has proved not to be as reliable nor easy to open up. It once used to be that the more you paid for an elec… read


Dennis Mukoya 'No Chills' Blog - 19/Mar/2020

CHAPTER 8: CORRUPTION Corruption is the biggest impediment to the development of any nation. By its very definition it bestows an undeserved advantage upon one individual to the detriment of many others. Nothing puts the scissors to the social fabric… read

Why Kind People Struggle To Be Happy……

The Mehul Blogs - 18/Mar/2020

Good Evening Peeps… 18/03/2020 #40 We all have that one person in our lives that exemplifies everything that we know about care and compassion. They will bend over backwards in their efforts to care for others, going to extreme lengths t… read