Monthly Archives: March 2015


Paris for foodies

Love food? Want to learn about France? Then read on for our insider’s guide to the very heart of French culture in the nation’s capital, Paris When talking about a…


Home-grown talent

Wanjiku Nyoike-Mugo is passionate about Kenyan design. In October 2013 she founded The Designers Studio to celebrate the country’s most exciting designers. Her mantra Buy Kenya – Build Kenya underpins…


Sharing success

The Mara Mentorship scheme has been successful in pairing young aspiring African entrepreneurs with leading business people. Msafiri finds out the story behind this innovative programme The story of the…



What to expect from the cutting edge of consumer electronics this year… 4K break-through Full HD isn’t full enough anymore: 4K TVs (screens with four times the resolution of standard…


KQ takes delivery of third 737-800NG

Aircraft provides a ‘differentiated customer experience’ KQ has further enhanced its position as the airline with the youngest fleet in Africa with the acquisition of a third Boeing 737-800 Next-Generation…


Nairobi notebook

Jackson Biko is our man about town Coffee anyone? It sits in the largest and oldest formal garden in Kenya. A home to huge jacarandas, cacti, bottlebrushes and over 200…


Conservation – All together now

Giving practical grassroot support to local people can be key to successful conservation. The Born Free Foundation reports on getting neighbourhoods involved with the wildlife projects next door. The Born…


Kenya Airways to fly to Hanoi

Kenya’s national carrier becomes the first and only airline to link Vietnam directly to Africa Kenya Airways will fly to Hanoi, Vietnam, three times a week from 30 March 2015….