Remembering Ken Saro-Wiwa – the Ogoni people & the greed for oil

Ken Saro-Wiwa became a legend for his non-violent campaign against environmental degradation of the land and waters of Ogoniland by the operations of the multinational petroleum industry, especially Shell. His case is cited in numerous academic and cultural works, such as: Europeans, Americans and Chinese are all in high demand and thus on a race…

‘Wax & Gold’ – the new J!GG e-magazine

Welcome to the inaugural edition of our quarterly e-magazine ‘Wax & Gold’. This special issue focuses on the International Year for People of African Descent and coincides with the official launch of the Jethro Institute for Good Governance (J!GG). Following the successful launch of our website earlier this year, we invite you to join us…

Interview with Nancie Mwai – Fashion Stylist, Blogger and Editor of KASHA Magazine

Hey Nancie, I have been following your Blog – The Fashion Notebook – for a few months now and am repeatedly astonished about your creativity and obvious love for fashion. When have you started to develop this passion? I always loved fashion since I was young. But my perception of fashion then was more of creating…

Happy Mother’s Day 2011

A mother is not a person to lean on, but a person to make leaning unnecessary! Happy Mothers day to all the Mums out there….and thanking my mum for bringing me into this world! Hubert Nakitare, better known as Nonini is one of Kenya’s most famous Urban Music Artistes. The Godfather of Genge (Mass Music),…