Monthly Archives: November 2013


The second winner of the Nation Hela card had to answer a simple question: Where can one acquire a Nation Hela card and for how much? The first correct answer was by one Cire Mzito: Nation Hela card 2 winner Congratulations … Continue reading

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Digital TV Switch – FAQs

Here is a list of 5 of the most asked questions about the planned switch off of analog TV signals: 1. Is the deadline still on December 13th now that there is a court case to stall it? Digital TV in … Continue reading

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I got some interesting responses on this post yesterday.Nation Hela together with this blog are on a mission to give two lucky winners a card, each loaded with Ksh. 2,000. So yesterday I asked readers to tell me what situation they have … Continue reading

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Exciting News: 2 Loaded Nation Hela Cards To Give Away!!

Dear readers of this blog, Nation Hela, the international money transfer platform by Nation Media Group is giving away two cards, loaded with Kshs. 2,000 each, to two lucky readers of this blog. What can you do with a Nation … Continue reading

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Wangari Maathai – A Tribute to an Unbowed Woman

I was reading Wangari Maathai’s memoir: Unbowed, One Woman’s Story at lunch one day when I was joined by a colleague. I told him I was reading her book and if he wanted he could borrow it after. He dismissed in an … Continue reading

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The Samsung Galaxy Note III and Samsung Galaxy Gear

It’s an exciting time to be a (sometime) tech blogger. The folks over at Samsung have given me the Galaxy Note III and Galaxy Gear to play with, experiment with and experience the latest gadgets that are pushing the boundaries … Continue reading

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My Nairobi: Own Nairobi

My Nairobi is a woman, because it’s a complex city, its mean and kind in the same breath; its happy and forlorn at the same time; it will give you hope and crash it in the next instant; it will … Continue reading

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