Jina Langu ni Mauko Maunde

Your Name and what you do? Mauko Maunde. I’m a lot of things rolled into one. Blogger, Web developer, Poet, Band manager and a trainee civil engineer. What’s the one thing that amazes you...

Jina Langu ni Stephanie Maseki

Your name and what do you do? My name is Stephanie Maseki I am a social worker by profession I am now a full time actor and a producer by virtue of love and passion for theatre with a...

Jina langu ni Judith K. Manono

Your name and what do you do? I am Judith K. Manono, a student at the Technical University of Mombasa, am in my final year undertaking Bachelors of Journalism and Mass Communication. I am a...

Safaricom Jazz at the Coast

The Safaricom International Jazz Festival, one of the country’s biggest music events, is finally here again. This December, Safaricom will not only host the much awaited show in Nairobi...

Old Town Graffiti

Graffiti is a form of expression. People use spray paints or marker pens to write and draw on walls or other surfaces, to express their thoughts and messages. In Mombasa, found these...

Jina Langu ni Omar Abdallah

  Your name and what do you do? My Name is Omar Abdallah Am a journalist by profession, currently am a radio presenter, producer and I blog too. What inspired you to go the Radio...

The Beauty of Heena

Every Eid and during weddings women in Mombasa adorn their hands with floral henna patterns, some with the black dye and others natural henna. In Mombasa, there are henna artist who do the...

The Craft Market at City Mall

Every Wednesday and Thursday, City Mall Nyali dedicates part of the parking lot for the craft market which promotes local curio businesses. The market was first introduced two years ago by...