The month of June is momentous for Dr Willy Munyoki Mutunga in several ways. Not only does he turn 66 on June 16 this year, when the world marks Soweto Day, on June 20, 2012 it will be exactly one year since he was sworn in as the first Chief Justice of the Republic of Kenya – under a new Constitution.
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Religious organisations in East Africa do not feature much in discussions about quality management systems. One church in Nairobi started the ISO process as part of ensuring efficiency and accountability of its operations. TABITHA AREBA spoke to Bishop David Oginde and finds out what informed the decision.
A friend dared her to rap and she took up the challenge. It turned out to be a beneficial dare. She is now in the lime light and everybody wants a piece of her story. Her real names are Winnie Wambui Naisula Ole Siameto.
Neema Ntalel talks to Judy Mumo about her rise to fame, her spectacular fall, and how she found healing and restoration.
When most people hear the name Neema Ntalel, the first thing that springs to their minds is “gospel singer” and “Kora award winner”. Sometimes, depending on who you are, it can also mean the scandal of a pregnancy out of wedlock and a miscarriage. Or, according to the rumour mills of the day, a convenient abortion.