Koch Fest was a culmination of a fourteen day festival to celebrate street democracy, which was meant to create public awareness on the availability of public space and how they can use them. For the audience it was a chance to learn that it is possible for young people in the slums to do something […]
Vision, determination and a forgiving heart best describes Dj Talanta. When he lost his arm during the 2007-2008 post-election violence he kept on going with a hope that the future will be bright, and with only one hand he makes a living from performing as a Dj. Our reporter Ursula Akinyi tells us the inspiring […]
The beautiful African prints is the way to go for the fashion industry which was seen to be leaning towards westernization. For Angeline the African prints gives her leeway to tap into her creativity and come up with unique designs for her clients. Ursula Akinyi our reporter tells the story of African Trendz.
In April 2015, Kenya experienced one of the deadliest terrorist attacks that claimed the loss of 148 lives of students and staff at Garissa University College mostly christians. African Slum Journal visits one of the survivors, who takes us through the ordeal, and how she is coping with the situation.Your reporter is Vivian Awour.
The most existing beauty pageant Mr and miss KEMU university of Kenya where models wear design from African by Africa.. We meet with contestant who are ready to share their passion on modeling Cate Ndichu who tell us why she is contesting in this beauty peageant.find out is she win? Your repoter is Ursula Akinyi
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