Fred Obachi Machoka describes his entry into the media as sheer chance. The year was 1975.  A youthful Fred was serving in the Northern Frontier as a General Service Unit (GSU) soldier and loved listening to radio. It was...
  In a country where women pioneers are still a rarity, Flora Mutahi is a trailblazer. Flora, the founder and CEO of Melvin Marsh International, was the first person to venture into flavoured tea business in Kenya. She is also...
When Marion Op het Veld first came to Kenya in 1989, she had one thing in mind: pay a visit to her friend who was then studying here. But as fate would have it, she fell in love with...
Born 90 years ago, Muthoni Likimani has put - and still puts - to good use her time here on earth and has many feathers in her cap. Her fortitude and revolutionary spirit has seen her make an indelible...
Professor Kihumbu Thairu is one of Kenya’s most outstanding scholars with an illustrious career in medicine that has spanned several decades and marked with both scholarly and personal achievements. The 75-year-old professor took ESTHER KIRAGU through his life experiences...
Dr Mary Okelo has risen above the limitations often placed on women to not only become such a force to reckon with, but also pave way for other women to follow suit. Her significant contribution to the banking, education...