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Kenya @59: What Does The Future Hold?

Kenya recently celebrated 59 years of self-rule in an elaborate event which was also the last public holiday being...

Kenya Makes Strides In Implementation of Universal Health Coverage

Kenya is making strides towards the implementation of Universal Health Coverage. I recently spoke to Pabi Moloi of Johannesburg’s...

Kenya and South Africa to Merge Airlines in Bid to Promote Inter-Continental Trade

President Uhuru Kenya in his New Year’s eve address to the nation indicated that Kenya and South Africa’s national...

No Vaccine, No Access: Kenya’s Vaccination Mandate

Kenya is partially imposing a vaccine mandate. Members of the public who cannot show proof of vaccination are being...

How Technology Can Help In Meaningfully Involving the Deaf in Civic and Governance Processes

The deaf are usually left out of meaningful involvement in governance and civic processes due to communication barriers.  In...

PODCAST: Digital Taxes and Digital Rights in Africa

The Covid-19 pandemic continues to strain most African economies. As more African countries seek to widen their tax base,...

Podcast: Arrested and Tortured for writing a book featuring Kakwenza Rukirabashaija

Ugandan novelist Kakwenza Rukirabashaija narrates the harrowing story of how he was arrested and reportedly tortured for writing two...

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PODCAST: How a five day internet shutdown disrupted lives in Uganda

In this episode, I chat with Ruth Aine, a fellow AfricaBlogging author from Uganda discussing the five-day internet blackout...

The Role of Social Media in the 2021 Ugandan Elections featuring Songa Stone

The proliferation of smartphone devices has led to more meaningful access to the internet as more Ugandans are using...

PODCAST: Election Violence and Police Brutality Against opposition Candidates and their Supporters in Uganda

Uganda’s campaign season for the elections slated for 14th January 2020. In this episode, I focus on the harassment...

PODCAST: Shrinking Democratic Space In East Africa – A Focus on Tanzania and Uganda

Tanzania is just coming from a shambolic electioneering period characterized by harassment and intimidation of opposition politicians, stifling of...

PODCAST: #EndSARS and a conversation about police brutality in Africa

In this episode, I talk to Nigerian filmmaker Faye Balogun about the history of the #EndSARS movement and the...

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