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Why you may be addicted to your phone

Why you may be addicted to your phone and how to break free

Why State House is a 'No-Go Zone'

Why State House is a no go zone when it comes to demonstrations

How to update your token meter

How to update your KPLC token meter

Does the SDA church ordain women?

Debate erupts on the ordination of female pastors after SDA church drops suspension of Pastor Elizabeth Mokoro

Does the SDA church ordain women?

Debate erupts on the ordination of female pastors after SDA church drops suspension of Pastor Elizabeth Mokoro

A brief history of Saba Saba

What Saba Saba (July 7) means to Kenyans, then and now.

What is American Gen Z could actually be Kenyan Millennials

Generation X follow them from 1965 to 1980 from where Millennials pick up until 1996.

Napunyis: The boxing family behind Kenya's ring legends

Robert Wangila, who got the name “Napunyi” from Modest, is remembered more for winning an Olympic gold in Seoul in 1988 than his cousin Modest.

Why some buildings on Kenyatta Avenue have a distinctive design

Ever wondered why most, if not all, of the buildings along Kenyatta Avenue in Nairobi, have that distinctive brick edifice?

You might do whatever you want, but get married first

I am writing this as a man who as per my society’s standards married late, in my mid-thirties.

Grief vs. Cost: The debate over Luo funerals in Kenya

The big question was how would people grieve and mourn in a way that does not endanger those who come to console the bereaved.

Why judging others hurts you more

Relativism is a philosophical view which looks at everything as relative to the perspective and context of the observer.

Woman being led by a man is not a show of weakness

Being a wife and mother does not take away one’s strength. So strength is not a preserve of single women alone.

Rise and fall of the flashy Nairobi makangas

The modern makanga is not bothered with urban culture.

Why telling our children stories of success, sacrifice matters

Grandchildren will not have any idea of the struggle their grandparents went through. They know the life of plenty and ease.

How to work smarter, not harder, for maximum results

Law of Few requires us to identify key areas that we are good at and put all energy and resources on them

Young is the world's oldest water skier

At the age of 92, and still going strong, Dwan Jacobsen Young, from Salt Lake, Utah, US, is now officially the world’s oldest water skier.

From Mtito Andei to Kirinyaga: How different towns got their names

Kenya has intriguing tales about how some of its places, towns, and locations got their names, including its official name, Kenya.

How slave trade, Suez Canal hit fortunes of Mozambique

The civil war led to the extinction of Mozambique elephants, so they began to rear them again. In 2013, the last rhinos in Mozambique were killed by poachers making them extinct as well.