• Lupita

    Lupita Nyong’o in Kenya You could see them from a distance: a tight-knit group, lumbering down a dusty path towards men in green coats holding oversized milk bottle...

  • Rugby

    Super Seven Kenya’s Rugby Sevens team had a few disappointments in last year’s season. Can they up their game and make it to Rio in 2016? Kenya’s ...

  • Groundnuts

    Groundnuts take flight African fusion cuisine is gaining a presence in London and beyond, with enigmatic young creatives the Groundnut Boys leading the way, as msa...

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    The Caine Prize 2015 Zambian writer Namwali Serpell wins the prestigious Caine Prize for African Writing for her short story “The sack” The £10,000 award, i...

  • Website

    How to set up your website for business In part five of our series on technology in business, we look at how to launch and optimise your company website in 2015 We’ve come a long...

  • VultureCulture

    Vulture culture Vultures may not be to everybody’s taste, but these large scavenging raptors have some remarkable talents and are vital to the stability o...

  • HR-Paula-CEO-BIG

    All aboard To celebrate 38 years of flying, Msafiri tracked down 38 people from all walks of life and from many different countries to find out where t...

  • Paris

    38 Global Greats For 38 years KQ has carried travellers to many of the world’s great marvels. To celebrate the anniversary of our launch, we’ve picked 38...

  • Obama

    Welcome back, President Obama It’s been nine years since President Barack Obama last visited his ancestral homeland, & when he returns to Kenya this month to take p...

  • Spa

    Total escape What could be more relaxing than retreating to a luxury spa? Msafiri takes its pick of pampering resorts from across the KQ global network F...

  • TechMyths

    Dispel tech myths in the office In part four of our series on technology in business, we look at some digital ‘old wives’ tales’ that aren’t founded in fact, and co...

  • Kenya

    Kenya’s finest The Masai Mara has seen many changes since Brian Jackman first visited over 40 years ago, but the writer never tires of Kenya’s finest big...