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Children and excellence

A child saying they look up to you or saying that they are proud of you with all sincerity sometimes brings a bittersweet feeling....

Samsung Galaxy SIII Mini Review

I loved the S3 as soon as I saw it. You could say it was love at first sight. I even went ahead to...

Weekend music mix [10]

This week's mix consists of classic Lingala songs that were popular in Kenya during the time of their release. These songs are still popular...

To name or not to shame, that is the question

We all know the story by now or maybe not all. Let me give you a brief recap of the events as they unfolded....

Hubs, counties and the National Science Congress

While in high school I took part in the Science Congress competitions all the way from Form 1. In hindsight I think this was...

How happy are we as a nation?

Have you heard about the Kingdom of Bhutan? It is a landlocked state in South Asia located at the eastern end of the Himalayas...

Football off-season: What to do?

The English Premier League, the most watched football league in the world, came to a dramatic end last weekend. With that comes, for some...

A case for college dropouts

Have you heard of David Karp? No. You should. David Karp is the founder of Tumblr and recently made headlines due to the billion...

Is it time for county based content?

We have all watched movies and television series such as CSI that are made to associate with a certain country or region. According to...

Some advice for the Class of 2013

I ran into some articles when skimming through Linkedin and was amazed by how much there was to be gained by recent graduates in...

Dual Sim phones in Kenya Part 1 – Samsung

Dual sim phones are very popular in developing countries and Kenya is no exception. Phone manufacturers have taken note of this trend and have...

We are to blame for the moral depravity in society

All news outlets and social media sites have been ripe with the same headlines for days. Dog pornography, protests over MPs salary. Some of...

Pigs, protests and politicians

To sin by silence when they should protest makes cowards of men – Abraham Lincoln. Protests are used to express objections, by words or actions...

Campus Side-looks

It’s the beginning of a new semester in some public universities around the country. New and continuing students stream in large numbers to either...

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How to check your 2017 KCPE results

The Ministry of Education CS Fred Matiang’i has released the results for the 2017 KCPE examination. 952,472 candidates sat for the exam this year...

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