The internet’s relationship with Africa is always going to have moments of colonial throwbacks. Mainly because it is not just a technological construct that emerged from thin air. It is a representation of technology that comes with the historical, social and contemporary baggage of racism, sexism, discrimination and even manipulation of human behaviour. This isREAD MORE
For over 35 years, we do know where the waste in terms of budgeting for our national resources has been. Our health sector is a priority than anything else yet we have been under funding it. The real crisis here is not tax collection, but our health care system. #COVID19UG pic.twitter.com/R6LH…
Dear Kenyans, If half think the threat of #coronavirus is exaggerated, half think drinking water will stop it, half think it's no worse than a common cold and yet two-thirds still want the country shut down, then there's a bit of an inconsistency, no? the-star.co.ke/amp/n… pic.twitter.com/F5zc…
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