In Korogocho slum the Hope Raisers Skaters claim the streets in weekends by introducing skating as an exiting game and sport to young people in the streets. Your reporter is Ursula Akinyi, and cameraman Musa Chahare.
This Buganda wedding on the Uganda – Kenya border is a joyful mix of customs from different cultures. The women wear colorful ‘Gomaz’ traditional dresses. The father of the bride accepts gracefully the groom and his family into the brides family house and speaks his wise words over the couple. And after a lot of dances and […]
‘Mali kwa Mali’ is a Swahili word which means Goods for Goods. These barter traders walk in middle class estate exchanging new plastics wares with old things such as shoes, clothes or electronics, but do you know where they take them after the exchange? Your reporter is Irene Kibet.
In Quarry slums in Nairobi, Kenya, we visit a traditional doctor who claims he can cure diseases such as diarrhea, stomach aches, respiratory diseases to mention but a few via traditional herbs. Can these herbs really cure you next to modern medicines or is it something from the old days? Decide for yourself, you be the judge! Your […]
In the Chyulu Hills Maasai women talk to African Slum Journal about how they try to hold on to their rich culture by proudly wearing their ornaments. Dennis Abraham: “As a woman you are only allowed to wear them when you become a mother. Men wear them on their feet and arms only.” Strong rooted in their culture […]
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