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There is a story in all of us. Kenyan Stories is the home of some of our exciting stories from all over Kenya and the world. For the past twenty years, I have extensively covered people of all walks. Here, you will hear from people you know, you should know and people you will know like never before. I went back to my archives and dug up from the lost files, interviews I did of the dubbing arts, music, film, business, and all-around the scene in Nairobi, Kenya. I am an Executive Strategist & ...
 
Living Rock Church is a friendly, growing Christian church, meeting each week in Stoney Stanton, Tamworth, Market Harborough & Kenya. We’ve discovered that Jesus changes lives, heals bodies, restores families and gives meaning and purpose to us all. We’re convinced that church should be positive, practical, relevant and great fun! This podcast contains audio recordings from our Sunday gatherings.
 
Real apologies from real people around the globe. Each short episode showcases an apology ranging from hilarious to heartbreaking. Hosted by the show's creator Brett de Hoedt. The show is intimate - total strangers reveal themselves - and genuinely most diverse. Apologies come from China, Palestine, Australia, Bangladesh, Macedonia, New Zealand, Kenya, the Philippines, India and more. Original score by Brian Wallace.
 
The Rift Valley Institute is a non-profit research and training organization working with communities and institutions in Eastern and Central Africa. RVI programmes connect local knowledge to global information systems, aiming to modify development practice. They include field-based social research, support for indigenous educational institutions, in-country training courses and a digital library. www.riftvalley.net
 
Я Dj, а Ди-джей — ключевой элемент современной клубной культуры, основной символ без которого её себе просто невозможно представить! Я как DJ — идеальный танцевальный дирижер, решающий, когда необходимо остудить публику, а когда — добавить огня! Моя музыка всегда наполнена энергетикой. Независимо от формата и публики в конечном итоге основной целью является поднятие настроения до максимального уровня и удержать его на этом уровне на...
 
Tings and Things is hosted by Jonathan Mbaya and Simba Tsumba, two lifelong friends. Our Podcast transcends borders and strips away all the filters from the perfectly edited and curated lives we have become accustomed to online. As a duo, we manage to open up a platform to have real conversations that touch upon what it means to live and learn, alongside occasional guest appearances from some of the most dynamic people across industries and our Tings & Things family. We found that through ou ...
 
A Kenyan podcast that irreverently takes on everything: pop culture, music, film, book, events, food, TV, everything! Omenerds are the wry voices you need to help you laugh and maybe make a little sense of it all. Join us and our dope guests as we break down the travails of being a Kenyan millennial and hopeful despite it all.
 
Adharanand Finn is the author of three award-winning books, Running with the Kenyans (2012), The Way of the Runner (2014), and the Rise of the Ultra Runners (2019). Follow The Way of the Runner podcast on Twitter @WayoftheRunner or Instagram: @thewayoftherunner Thank you to our current sponsors: Resilient Nutrition is a brand new company making sustainable high performance fuel for runners using whole foods, providing short and long-term benefits. Visit www.resilientnutrition.com to find out ...
 
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In this episode, the squad discusses KenGen, KPLC and Unga Limited's results and discusses what the Nation Media Group 10% ordinary share buyback means for investors. NMG's paywalled platform is still in its early stages, with a lot of room to grow to offer sustainable revenue. The Bank of Ghana's sandbox will benefit startups in the country, openi…
 
The China Road and Bridge Corporation is building a massive new half-a-billion dollar expressway right through the Kenyan capital of Nairobi. But this project is very different than previous Chinese-financed infrastructure initiatives in Kenya, like the ailing Standard Gauge Railway for example, where the government borrowed billions from the China…
 
Chinese debt relief talks are underway in a number of African countries including Angola, Zambia, Kenya, and Ethiopia among others but you wouldn't really know it. Officials on all sides aren't saying much and there's relatively little press coverage on the issue. Meantime, a growing number of African countries are signing on to the G20's common fr…
 
From a BS beginning to The Book of Misogyny, Denver B splits opinions when he takes a look at romance when there's hunger involved, dramatic women, men having the audacity and the idea that women should be allowed to leave when times are tough for the marriage... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breaktimeonwestside/ https://www.instagram.com/ke…
 
It's typically not until the demise of a relationship that we gain the clearest perspective about what actually transpired and where things went wrong. Warning signs we may have missed while we were in the throes of a new romance—or deep into a relationship in which we've invested so much time and effort into working—suddenly become glaringly appar…
 
Nigeria's 200M populous masses have consistently pursued social, economic and cultural freedoms in their journey to establish a free, prosperous and independent society. This journey however has been fraught with false starts, promising wins, and an ever-expanding list of challenges to overcome. And as Mr Osagie Obayuwana, Omotoye Olorode, and Esth…
 
Johnny Smythe was one of very few West Africans to fly with Britain's air force during WW2. Recruited in Sierra Leone in 1941 he was trained as a navigator and flew 26 missions on RAF bombers before being shot down over Germany and taken prisoner in 1943. His son Eddy Smythe spoke to Tim Stokes about his father’s story.Photo: Johnny Smythe in his R…
 
🔽Download: http://bit.ly/rcm1download 📺Video Link: ➖➖➖ Follow Dj Shinski for more Updates on New Mixes: ✅Facebook: bit.ly/shinskifb ✅Instagram: bit.ly/shinskigram ✅Twitter: bit.ly/shinskitwitter ➖➖➖ ***Tracklist*** 1. Rihanna - Where Have You Been (Jr Blender Reggae Remix) 2. Usher - Climax (Jr Blender Reggae Remix) 3. Akon Ft. Colby O'donis, Kardi…
 
Ian Dunt's commentary and update on UK politics and society. Kamal Fadel and Randi Irwin discuss geopolitics and the long standing claim for independence for the Western Sahara. Lynette Russell explains why a conference in 1914 was such a pivotal moment for Australian science.
 
The crux of financial literacy in Kenya and Africa will be when organizations use the widespread internet and mobile penetration to educate young people on creating financial freedom, understanding taxes and fees and exploring different avenues of investment. Brian Myers and Hisa CEO Eric Asuma talk about harnessing social media to grow financial l…
 
The Ghanaian president, Kwame Nkrumah, was one of Africa's most famous independence leaders. But in 1966, while he was out of the country, the Ghanaian military and police seized power in a coup. The legendary Ghanaian film maker Chris Hesse worked closely with Nkrumah and was with him at the time. He spoke to Alex Last about his memories of the co…
 
As we take a brief hiatus, let's rewind, shall we? Demoralized, with just two days left to find a way to get her artist on the card at 9:30 Club, Kenya goes back to the drawing board, but finds inspiration for her next move in an unexpected place. Not only is this a story of music, but it's also a music experience. So sit back, put on your headphon…
 
We can all agree that the Premier league is done and dusted but their is still alot left to fight for if you're not Man City. After a short hiatus Clint and Venant are back with a brand new podcast episode and you can bet they have a lot to get off their chest after what has been transpiring. Listen, Comment and share with a football fan.…
 
April 11th will mark the one-year anniversary of what's become known as "the Guangzhou Incident" when dozens, possibly hundreds of African residents in the southern Chinese city were evicted from their homes and hotels. Chinese officials denied that Black and African residents were singled out as part of a broader crackdown to enforce stringent COV…
 
In the wake of the 2008 global financial crisis Ireland had to borrow billions to stop its banks from going under and to keep its economy afloat. The IMF, the EU and the European Central Bank provided the money. Matt Murphy has been speaking to Patrick Honahan, who was Ireland's central banker at the time of the bailout. Photo: Protesters take to t…
 
In this episode, Hisa Chief Financial Analyst Felix Ochieng discusses the performance of different Indices, global markets, and top counters for the previous week. Equity turnover rose by 21.69%, with KSh 2.47 billion worth of stock traded last week, while the bond market fell by 22.1% with KSh 17.37 billion worth of bonds traded. NASI gained about…
 
In this episode, the squad and guests talk about the ongoing vaccine roll out in Africa and how governments tackled the pandemic from different fronts, what it means to have Africans leading multilateral bodies, the concept of brain drain in the continent, the averseness of African governments towards cryptocurrencies at a time where corporates are…
 
China is steadily, albeit quietly, deepening its ties in the Caribbean region using many of the same techniques that it did in the early 2000s when it ramped up its engagement in Africa. The Chinese are buying more agriculture, building infrastructure, and integrating a growing number of Caribbean states into its Belt and Road global trade agenda. …
 
The state of Sudan has consistently and often precariously juggled its cocktail of historical, ethnic, religious and cultural history the sum total of which has been hits and misses of major proportions. Now a younger generation of restless women and men are demanding a total reckoning that would hopefully usher in a whole new chapter in the countr…
 
Another week on the internet gets to Denver B as he looks into an interesting pregnancy story. From there he advises women who don't want 'broke' men, attempts a body vs face debate and explains what it's like being a man today... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breaktimeonwestside/ https://www.instagram.com/kenyanpublicradio/ Twitter: https:/…
 
I'm off to a slow start this year... and that feels right. I've also got a giveaway for Jennifer Lassonde’s new Abington Mitts (Ravelry link), which coordinate with her Abington Hat (Ravelry link) and my Providence Station cowl (Ravelry link) from Point/Counterpoint, Vol. 5. Take 20% off the collection in the KinoKnits.com/shop or Ravelry through F…
 
There is a story in all of us. Kenyan Stories is the home of some of our exciting stories from all over Kenya and all over the world. In this episode of Kenyan Stories Extra, my guest is the hit and Kenyan best reggae star, Zizi Mbaya talking about his beginnings, and life. This is a super throwback from two decades ago. Regards, Daniel Duwa Kenyan…
 
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