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15Thrills

15 Global Thrills

SkyTeam is 15! Kenya Airways is proud to be among 20 airline partners in this global network of routes – and we’re celebrating the alliance’s anniversary by showcasing 15 of…

Wine

From grape to glass

South Africa is one of the world’s most exciting wine destinations, cementing its name amongst the top-rated wine producing regions globally. Kenya Airways is delighted to welcome South African wines…

Cloud

How to conduct your business in the cloud

In part two of our series on technology in business we look at how you can take your business to the cloud, better secure your data and help your employees…

African-Stars

African Stars

Kenya’s conservancies pair unique safari experiences with the chance to see responsible community and wildlife initiatives in action. Lauren Jarvis visited two, in Tsavo and Laikipia. The bugs are everywhere….

Asian-food

Street eats

Set your tastebuds tingling with our guide to the best street food and business lunches on offer in four of our Asian destinations Whether it’s business or pleasure that brings…

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Top of the shops

Wherever you travel on the KQ network, there’s a bargain to be had or a unique souvenir to pick up. We’ve rounded up the pick of these diverse shopping experiences,…

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The incredible journey

Adventurer Levison Wood speaks to Msafiri about his epic journey walking the length of the river Nile, and reveals some of the challenges and dangers he encountered along the way…

MyKenya

My Kenya

Jackson Biko, our editor-at-large, shows us around four of his favourite haunts in his home country 1 Rusinga Island The locals call it a boat, but it’s not really a…

Safari

Safari

No other word is more evocative of wildlife and adventure than ‘safari’ – Swahili for ‘journey’. And no other country can lay claim to its origins more than Kenya, with…

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Caine Prize Short Story – ‘My Father’s Head’

The 2014 winning story from Kenyan writer Okwiri Oduor I had meant to summon my father only long enough to see what his head looked like, but now he was…