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Kenya Yetu Magazine
July 26, 2012 ,2 Comments

What does it mean to be Kenyan? What makes a Kenyan different to a Tanzanian, Nigerian, a Zimbabwean or any other nationality? Kenya today represents so much of what is …

Benson Gicharu training

How well do you know our Olympic heroes?

July 24, 2012

With London 2012 underway, we reveal the stars flying our flag in the pursuit of Olympic gold Mary Keitany Women’s marathon Her enormous athletic ac ...

Dr James Mwangi

The rise and rise of James Mwangi

July 24, 2012 ,17 Comments

From humble beginnings to World Entrepreneur, the story of equity banker James Mwangi reveals the underlying truths of any successful business (large ...

Tuskers all round

Tuskers all round

July 24, 2012 1 Comment

Nairobi resident Rupi Mangat seeks refuge in the Aberdares, home to the elusive bongo and the African crowned eagle, as well as the setting for the re ...

  • Olympic history
    Kenya’s Olympic history: Keep on running
    July 24, 2012

    The summer games are held every four years, and they’re centre stage for Africa’s athletics powerhouse to trumpet its bragging rights. Josaya Wasonga celebrates Kenya’s hard-won Olympics glory Even armchair ...

  • Daeun-Designs
    Tribal chic
    July 24, 2012

    Style guru and Yetu’s fashion writer, Olive Gachara meets up with the designers and reports on the Kenyan fashion trends spotted at the recent charity fashion event at the Tribe ...

  • Local Hero - Sarah Wakibi
    Local hero: On call
    July 23, 2012 ,3 Comments

    Kenya Yetu profiles the people we take for granted – those doing ordinary jobs that make a difference to others. In the first of our series Carole Keingati talks to ...

  • Kid gloves
    Kid gloves
    July 21, 2012

    Josaya Wasonga remembers Kenya’s finest boxing olympian In 1962 a welterweight boxer called Benny “the Kid” Paret died in New York after an unsuccessful attempt to defend the crown. Robert ...

  • See the light
    Seeing the light
    July 21, 2012 ,5 Comments

    Motoring journalist Michael Mwai sees a bright future ahead for Kenyan drivers We Kenyans have peculiar driving habits. We love our new superhighways and will test them to the limit ...

  • African Children's Choir
    How important is Kenya’s royal connection?
    July 21, 2012

    With the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations only recently on our screens, Juliet Njeri finds out what Kenyans think of their country’s ties with the royal family and the Commonwealth 2012 ...