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  Written by: Meshack Masibo “Give a Man a Fish, and You Feed Him for a Day. Teach a Man To Fish, and You Feed Him for a Lifetime” – Maimonides Njeri Rionge is a serial entrepreneur and founder of Wananchi Online, East Africa’s first mass market Internet Service Provider (ISP) which has grown to …

By: Edwin N. Kimani Ms. Were is what you would consider as a modern Kenyan agripreneur. She grew up in the city of Nairobi, passed her certificate exams both at the primary and secondary level and decided to pursue engineering at the tertiary level. Upon completion, she interned at a civil engineering firm in the …

Written by: Pratibha bissht pratibhabissht@mtkenyatimes.co.ke The last time a person visited the moon was in December 1972, during NASA’s Apollo 17 mission. Over the decades, NASA planned to send people back to the moon but has yet to succeed. Astronauts often say the biggest reasons why humans have not returned to the lunar surface are budgetary and political hurdles not …

  Written by: Meshack Masibo Every single day, Chief Justice David Maraga, the firm and staunch constitutionalist, edges closer to his retirement in 2021. This easily causes someone to wait in baited breath especially in a country where election petitions almost always ineffably land at the door of the Supreme Court. And in a country …

  Written by: Meshack Masibo African presidents are ranked as the highest earning despite the countries they head being underdeveloped with bloated wage bills. Presidential salaries can be compared by viewing them in the context of a country’s GDP and average salaries paid to its workers. A number of presidents in Africa have hypocritical small …

Written by: Dan Mwangi dan@mtkenyatimes.co.ke Laikipia has been described as a tourist goldmine due to its rich wildlife heritage and proximity to Mt Kenya. The tourism sector is slowly recovering from a challenging two-year period during which the invasion of ranches had become the norm. The county is now intent on opening up the region …

Written by: Dan Mwangi dan@mtkenyatimes.co.ke Learned, Ambitious and with a smile that could launch 1000 ships, these are some of the words that describe Carol Karugu, Nyeri’s  Deputy Governor.The 39-year-old technocrat who took oath of office on at the county government headquarters, in a ceremony marked by dance and pomp. Ward representatives approved her nomination …

  Written by: Meshack Masibo In Africa, South Africa has always been sort of a big brother when it comes to economic development so when the government shared that it was introducing minimum wage, it was not such a huge surprise. However it has not always been so, before South Africa’s vast mineral wealth was …