Archive | November, 2011

KENYA FORUM NOVEMBER REVIEW

A chance for readers to review, or catch up on the 26 articles posted on the Kenya Forum in November. OPERATION LINDA NCHI, SOMALIA AND AL SHABAAB: WORLD TOILET DAY: DR JASON KAVITI: AHMEDNASIR ABDULAHI: ROADS, DEMOLITIONS, IRRIGATION AND STRIKES: THE ‘GAY’ ISSUE: THE 40 RICHEST AFRICANS: AFRICA’S INDISPENSABLE LEADERS: THE KENYAN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION: KENYA […]

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'Diaspora networks… a potent economic force’

THE ‘MAGIC OF DIASPORAS’ – CHALLENGING LESSONS FOR THE NEW KENYA?

It was an article and an editorial in last week’s Economist that started the Kenya Forum team discussing the importance of and potential contained within the worldwide Kenyan Diaspora. The conclusions we came up with, or rather the questions that we were left with, were not what the Forum team were expecting. The basis for […]

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Appalling state of Kenyan roads

HOLES IN THE ROAD – IS THE GOVERNMENT LOOKING INTO THEM?

It’s a form of road rage. Hundreds of transporters in the Keiyo district went on strike on Thursday, not to demand better wages or shorting working hours, in fact nothing to do with their employers at all. They ‘downed tools’ as our newspaper reporters insist on calling it, to protest at the deplorable state of […]

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Kenyans might push the keys but experts will get the top jobs

THE INFORMATION SUPER HIGHWAY – KENYA’S NOT ON THE SLIP ROAD

How often have we heard it? The future for Kenya lies in wind farming, bee keeping, fish farming, bio fuels, finding oil off the coast, or more tourism. Most often though the advice is for Kenya to embrace ‘new’ information technology (IT) and the wonders of the web. Do that, say economists, columnists, business leaders […]

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A Kenya Air force  F5 - Suddenly under threat from local residents?

THE GREAT DEMOLITION DERBY – HAS THE KENYAN TITLE DEED LOST ITS VALUE?

Scores of Kenyans have been left homeless following the demolitions that have been witnessed in the country for the last two weeks. Hundreds of residents of Syokimau in Mavoko Municipality watched in disbelief as their lifetime investments were turned into rubble in minutes. Some residents were caught on camera wishing that those behind the demolitions […]

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