Monthly Archives: September 2013

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Karibu

A warm welcome to you aboard Kenya Airways As ‘The Pride of Africa’ we are always keen to sing the praises of our wonderful continent – whether it’s celebrating its…

Wildebeest

Travel well – 4 great ways to witness African wildlife

Some of Africa’s most mesmerising wildlife spectacles can be seen this month in KQ destinations across the continent. 1 Witness the Great Migration, Masai Mara, Kenya During September the perpetual…

Talking-Point

Talking Point – Dr Paula Kahumba

Hands off our elephants! Lisa Rolls Hagelberg interviews conservationist and CEO of WildlifeDirect Dr Paula Kahumbu. Why are you so outspoken about conservation and the poaching situation? I am one…

Running

Sport – running wild

The Masai Mara Marathon is an integral part of Kenya Airway’s CSR initiative The Masai Mara doesn’t need much introduction. It’s famed all around the planet, thanks to the annual…

Paris

Sleep well – the French Connection

Honeymoon expert Jane Anderson picks six of the most romantic places to stay in Paris and the Indian Ocean Easily combined on Kenya Airways flights, Paris and the Seychelles are…

Tsavo-rhino

Boost for Tsavo rhinos

British charity helps prevent poaching in Tsavo Conservationists from the British charity the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) has won the £500,000 (Ksh70 million) Google Award to use for deploying…

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Going green

Msafiri’s regular columnist Jackson Biko wonders if loyalty to his wife means eating like a rabbit? Here is a question: When the lady of the manor decides to lose weight…

Rajasthan

High & mighty

Recently added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Rajasthan’s hill forts are the crowning glory of a visit to this enigmatic region of North India. Gavin Thomas braves…

Kenya-culture

Kenya’s incredible culture

Think ‘Kenya’, and the first image to blossom in your mind might well be a lion or a tropical beach. Then again, it could just as easily be a scarlet-robed…

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The Caine Prize for African Writing

African literature is fast gaining an international reputation. For 14 years the Caine Prize for African Writing has championed the finest short story writers that Africa has to offer. Previous…