Thursday, August 17, 2017
Elsie and Mervyn Maciel (he of Bwani Karani, From Mtoto to Mzee and countless stories and articles spanning a wide spectrum of his life) have each carved out a special niche in the tapestry of the Goan community around the world. Much loved, respected and admired, they deserve to celebrated every moment they are amongst. One Tusker and a glass of champagne coming up./
This fairly long article was written by very good friend Trevor Grundy who knows Africa better than most people. He is a very special friend I had the pleasure to work with in Kenya.
Sunday, August 13, 2017
Joseph Murumbi, whose death 27 years ago was marked last month, remains one of the most significant but mysterious figures in Kenya’s political history. In this ...
He remained an ‘outsider’ in the eyes of the President’s mono-ethnic inner circle.
This invaluable collection of photos was sent to me by David Mungai. He says it is “for the acknowledgement of Kenyan History, the celebra...
ASIANS V EUROPEANS IN KENYA 1951-52 1953-54 195...
The Shiftars, a rocking great band By Cecilia Mascarenhas Early last year Cyprian Fernandes (Skip) was in contact as he was do...
The gentleman of life Reggie Monteiro My favourite memory of Reggie and Ivy, their engagement with all the sports people in attendance. In ...