Young innovators in a bid to tackle Kenya’s toughest challenges

By Jacktone Lawi In a bid to solve the rising socio economic and political challenges, the Aga Khan Academy Mombasa held an exhibition to showcase brilliant and innovative projects by 16-year-old students as part of its curricular programme to create outstanding young entrepreneurs, scientists and future leaders. The annual Personal Project Exhibition of the Academy’s Year 10 students represents the culmination of intensive year-long projects that identify areas of need, backed up by intensive research which are then developed into a viable product or outcome. The exhibition featured about 80…

Kenyan chef courts social media to bolster culinary career

The transformative impact of social media continues to be felt as corporates, governments and personalities court technology to communicate and grow businesses. Kenya has been a trailblazer with the hospitality industry being one of the biggest beneficiaries. Chef Raphael, a Kenyan celebrity chef, has been using social media to share his joy of cooking with the rest of the world. The Kenyan had his first taste of the food industry when he began working in his father’s restaurant after finishing high school. Raphael explained how he turned his passion into…