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Visiting a Masaai reservation.
Short Story | Updated Sep 21, 2013 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Sometime i feel like a nut lol you remember that commercial.
Michael, a missionary priest in Kenya, has just killed Munyasya, a retired army officer. It might have been an accident, but Mulonzya, a politician resentful of the power of foreigners, tries to exploit the tragedy for his own ends. Boniface, a young church worker, and his wife, Josephine, have...
John is an idealist. He turns his back on a successful legal career in London to return to his home in Migwani, a small, poor town in eastern Kenya. His ambition is to assist his countryâ€™s development, to create a model that others might emulate. But in trying to rediscover his roots and...
In the summer of 1980, a maverick young doctor gave it all up, to hitchhike around the world.
The first arc he carved with his thumb stopped a little red pickup that took him over the horizon. Like his mythical hunter companion, Orion, he was on a vision quest, propelled toward the dawn to have...
A personal note from the Author of Bridge of Time by Missy.
By Nadia Majiet
Recently Debonairs Pizza Kenya, in conjunction with dining revolution Eatout Kenya, ran a â€˜Win Free Debonairs Pizza for a Yearâ€™ competition on Facebook which created a huge amount of publicity for the brand. The next step of the competition involved a challenge called the Debonairs...
By Shellie Burg
My thoughts on the current famine in Somalia.
Article | Updated Aug 9, 2011 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Olga Marlin
In the late 1950s, Opus Dei sought to begin apostolic work in Africa. A group of young women from various countries moved to Kenya with the aim of starting a school, one open to women of all races and beliefs, the first of its kind. Olga Marlin, who was one of those young women, tells the story...
dedicated to two great people I met in College...as they told me about their countryside of Kenya!
Into the clearing I stepped. I had noticed it on an earlier occasion on one of my solo expeditions into the deeper, denser parts of the area surrounding our rotunda.
This book introduces the term Eco Ethics to a wider audience, though created to serve as a manual on training members of EEIU East Africa; it has developed a wider acceptance towards the general theme of Climate Change. It is impressive in getting first hand opinion on what really happens amidst...
This poem is in swahili version. Buriani(goodbye)
I was driven to write it after the tragic death of one young kenyan musician E-Sir. May his soul rest in peace.
Poetry | Updated Oct 24, 2009 | Reads: 12 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
A funny story based on real events at my dreadful jobs. I hope that there is some kind of deeper meaning here too, but hey, at least my job exposes me to some characters!
In 1957 I was a typical suburaban house wife living outside of Washington, D.C. The next thing I knew, I was flying across the Atlantic with my husband and three children, headed for Africa. My book chronicles the two years I spent in Kenya during its last days as a British colony,a time of...
Book | Updated Jul 27, 2009 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0