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· February, 2010

Stories about Kenya from February, 2010

Africa: Homophobia is the problem

Simon argues that homophobia and not homosexuality is the problem in Africa.

Kenya: What does Kenya really need?

Kipsang asks, “What does Kenya really need?”: DEVOLUTION OF POWER. We’ve been asking for a new constitution for a very long time & God knows we need it. The current...

Kenya: Walk Thru Black History Month in Nairobi

Walk Thru Black History Month will take place in Nairobi on February 27, 2010: “To honor Black History Month 2010, Paa Ya Paa has invited two distinguished African-American scholars from...

Africa: Views on HIV pandemic lack logic

Simon argues that there is no logic in the received view of the HIV pandemic: “Something I have always found mysterious about UNAIDS’ view (it's something of a received view)...

Africa: Hidden Thoughts & Emotions on Love among African Bloggers

14th February, better known as Valentine’s day, the love mood was not only felt on the streets of Nairobi by the many red flowers, ladies dressed in all manner of...

Africa: Is Anglophone African Literature foreign?

“Is Anglophone African Literature foreign literature?,” Kenyan blogger Keguro asks: “What makes literature “foreign”? And how does the designation “African” function?”

Kenya: Church abuses need to be investigated

Njamba discussses church abuses in Kenya: “The Catholic church in Kenya needs to be Investigated of sexual abuses. I know of Cases in Githunguri Diocese where a priest Impregnated two...

Kenya: TV presenter in cult claims controversy

“Nairobi is buzzing with news of a TV news anchor who denounced her family, dumped her fiance and quit her job thanks to a US televangelists who gave orders via...

Video: Mobile Libraries of the World

The mobile library has become a staple in many library systems, bringing books to those who cannot access the libraries themselves. However, in many places due to bad road conditions...

Opposition Mounts over Tanzania and Zambia Ivory Proposals to CITES

Opposition is mounting against Zambia's and Tanzania's proposals to be allowed by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) to sell their government...

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