Lake Ol Bolossat is Central Kenya’s only natural lake. Thanks to increased human activity and encroachment, it is constantly at a risk of drying up for good. Can anything be done to save this lake?
Lake Ol Bolossat, located in Nyandarua county, may not immediately be known to many. After all, for most Kenyans, their one and only encounter with the lake was during Geography classes. Yet as the Central region’s only natural lake and one of the sources of the Ewaso Ng’iro river, it is just as important as any other water body not just in Central Kenya alone but in the whole country. Read More
Veteran Kenyan journalist Catherine Gicheru shares her candid thoughts on press freedom in the country then and now and the emergence of new media which has totally redefined journalism while also opening a new front with regards to media freedom.
Kenyans have for the last few weeks been left wondering why reports reaching them indicated that Ndaka-ini dam, one of the major sources of water for Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, and surrounding regions, is not full despite the ongoing heavy rains. The Africa Uncensored team has been on the ground looking for answers to this puzzle.
Swift, as he is popularly known, is a trailblazer in the graffiti artistry scene in the country. Self-driven and motivated, he has mastered his craft and travels around the world doing what he knows best: paint his heart out. When he’s not doing that, he’s mentoring the next generation of graffiti artists because as he puts it, “Art is life” and it must live on long after him.
As Cape Town’s water crisis continues to keep the world focused on the Mother City, several other African cities are staring at a similar fate. These cities will inevitably run out of water if the threat is not dealt with urgently. Read More
Critics of Kenya’s education system have been unanimous in calling it out for its failure to address critical aspects of growth from a tender age to being in tune with the present. Now that Kenya has rolled out a new curriculum, are things going to be any better? Does the new system address all the concerns raised about the system it is replacing? Africa Uncensored’s Joy Kirigia sought to find out in third installment of our education series focusing on the new curriculum.