Browsing: Safaricom

Fiction Stories
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Cooked Meat

Yet she could not remember her own name. She tried recalling all the female names she knew, certain she would recognise hers once she heard it. Fatuma. Naima. Khadija. Hawa. Malyun. Zainab. Ambiya. Batula. Rukiya. Ifrah. Quresha… None sounded like the name she would know to be hers.

Lifestyle
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Longing for a swim

The water hyacinth menace may not go away overnight, but families are now able to conserve their environment. Hopefully soon, someone will enjoy safe swimming in Lake Victoria. Maybe that person will even be me. I can only hope.

Lifestyle
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End of sentence

When I think of how many times I hid my pads from the rest of my classmates, I cringe. I would throw them into a bag and hide them in a bush next to our toilets, so that if I had to leave class to change my pad, I wouldn’t have to carry anything with me

Lifestyle tuba
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The Alchemist

Sometimes I think about them, you know? The other half of my family. I think about the ones who left and wonder about what they’d think of us now.

Lifestyle Twaweza Live open-mic
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Lillyanne wa Pau

I have been seeing audition calls for Twaweza Live Kisumu Tour on Facebook, that event that musical Safaricom is touring across the country. And I…

Lifestyle Arkangel, Black Mirror, Abigail Arunga
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Arkangel

When you were younger you wanted nine kids. You had even named them all. You were going to have five boys and four girls, and…

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