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How big data can help manage waste

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Analytics and big data can lessen the amount of waste being created. By FRANCOIS VAN DYK One of my favourite movies is the Pixar 2008
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We need more agribusinesses in Africa

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African countries need to view agriculture as a business  and proactively identify and create markets for its products.  By SCOVIAN LILIAN Over a very long
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Simple strategies for big dilemmas

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By MURIITHI NDEGWA The case of plastic bags ban in Kenya A story is told about a rich kid who loved writing fiction. In his
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Plastics in the ocean

Sammi Nderitu
By SAMMI NDERITU In July 2018, I was on assignment at the coastal city of Mombasa. Typical of ‘watu wa bara’ (coastal reference for people
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Hunger is real

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By TABITHA AREBA I recently came across a video which showed a farmer injecting vegetables with oxytocin, and spraying them with silicone to look bigger
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Boost your self-confidence

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By MERCY MUENDO We are all born with self-confidence but it often seems to dwindle as we grow older.  The people we mingle with on
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Redefining leadership

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Leadership is not about the size of your office or having formal authority. Leadership 2.0 is a mindset, a way of being – the way
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Terry, the super multi-tasker

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Terry McKenzie works as an international claims manager with a global health insurance firm, runs an online business called TMHoodies ‘and has a consultancy involved
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Reading requires discipline

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Loic Amado is the Uber General Manager, East Africa ‘and loves a book that will challenge his views ‘and give him inspiration. COMPILED BY: MURUGI
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The cost of broken promises

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Purpose to change the future by keeping your word. By SAMMI NDERITU It is a new year ‘and like every beginning of the year, we