Coup ’82: Where were you on that day?

August 1 1982, Nairobi Kenya. It was the day that changed a lot of Kenya’s history to what it is, today. It was the catalyst to the Mwakenya Movement Crack down that saw many Kenyans, tortured and murdered by Secret agents of the government From that day, people really feared the police. People looted, many …

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Call Out for Writers

Do you have a passion for Africa? Are you passionate about brands and branding? Can you write captivating articles?  Brandscape, a  brand strategy think tank which runs a web portal at www.brandscape.co.ke shall be happy to give you an opportunity to get published.  Original articles of about 500 words may be submitted via email to …

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Grey Spots

I have just published the first of the quarterly “Colour” ebooks, called Gray Spots. Do download it and enjoy it as much as you will. Read it, Republish the work, Share it, do with it what you will – just attribute it to the writer. Featured this quarter is Al Kags, Alli and Vee. If …

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She’s dancing in the wind

It was time. She was alone. She has lived well. Her dress is long and white Her dreadlocks are long and tied. The light slowly comes on and she knows he’s here The time to dance has come. She’s ready. Her skin is glowing and her spirit is willing She smells nice today, she feels …

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Guy, Remember the Fifth of November

Digital Essay Nairobi, Kenya “Remember, remember the fifth of November, the gunpowder treason and plot, I know of no reason why the gunpowder treason be forgot. but what of the man? I know his name was Guy Fawkes and i know that in 1605 he intended to blow up the houses of Parliament, but who …

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