Monthly Archives: February 2016

Bright-smile

Brighter smile

Oil Pulling is a 3000-year-old oral health practice from India that is as simple as brushing your teeth. It is your gateway to a killer smile, and may even provide…

Michael Dyer

Meet Michael Dyer

Msafiri talks to Michael Dyer about his safari camp and why tourism is vital for conserving Africa’s wildlife Conservationist Michael Dyer runs Borana Lodge, a high-end safari camp built into…

Rugby7s

Road to Rio

The Kenya Airways-sponsored Kenya Rugby Sevens team, playing under a new coach, have the 2016 Rio Olympics on their minds The appointment of Benjamin Ayimba has galvanised the team and…

chapatis

For the love of chapatis

Jackson Biko talks about his favourite food and why he might need to walk away from it Hi, my name is Jackson Biko and I’m a chapati addict. There. It’s…

OnTheGo

On the go – Android, iOS and Windows

Mobile operating systems are everywhere yet there’s only a handful to choose between. Here, we explore their benefits and look at what makes each one different Smartphones as a concept…

OnlyInAfrica

Only in Africa

Where can you find the world’s tallest land animal, the world’s longest river and the world’s most expansive desert as well as world-class historic sites, ancient cultures, superlative wine tasting…

chocs

Taste…

Where to take your Valentine this month Wine it up! Whether for an elegant dinner out at your favourite restaurant or a romantic candlelit meal indoors, wine indeed plays a…

Baboons

Monkey business

Baboons are a ubiquitous feature of most African parks. But so often we look beyond rather than at them. This is an oversight, says Mike Unwin, since few other animals…