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Maurice Oniang'o

Maurice Oniang'o is a versatile award-winning Kenyan Journalist. He has produced for highly rated Television programs such as Project Green, an incisive environmental show and Tazama, a half-hour documentary series, which were broadcast on Kenya Television Network (KTN). He has a keen interest in stories about environment, corruption, technology, security, health, education, human rights and governance. He has won various awards including: Environmental Reporter TV- AJEA, Thomson Foundation Young Journalist of the Year (FPA), among others. He is a Bloomberg Media Initiative Africa Fellow (Financial Journalism), Africa Uncensored Investigate 101 Fellow and a member of Journalists for Transparency (J4T), a collective of journalist and storytellers that seek to explore issues of transparency and corruption around the globe. Maurice is currently a Freelance Documentary Filmmaker and Writer based in Nairobi, Kenya.
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Uganda Gets It Right – Construction In Uganda

Kampala -- In Kenya, poor building practices and corruption undermine construction, turning crowded buildings in poor neighborhoods into death traps. But across the Kenya-Uganda...
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The 5 Busiest Cities in Africa

Working in the big city and joining the rat race is a dream for anyone who wants to take themselves out of a life...

10 Best Kenyan Music Singles

The music industry in Kenya is a hotbed of musical talent, and every month there is fresh music hitting the airwaves. It is evident...
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10 Towns With Fun, Strange or Unique Names

If there is one thing that Kenya and South Africa have in common, it is the choice of weird and funny names of towns...

54 Cool Things to See in Africa

The continent of Africa is home to 54 countries, each unique in it's own way.

The Diversity of African Culture and Creativity

In recent years, the diversity of African culture and creativity has received more attention world over. Many young (and even old) emerging African go-getters...
Renewable Energy Africa

10 Renewable Energy Start Ups in Africa

Africa has an immense energy crisis. In a continent with a population of close to 1 billion, over 625 million people are without power....
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Following in the Footsteps of Professor Wangari Maathai

“The generation that destroys the environment is not the generation that pays the price. That is the problem.” - Professor Wangari MaathaiConservation of the...
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Not All Africans Live in Grass Huts

One of the most misrepresented places on earth is Africa. Even though the continent is home to more than 1 billion people, there is...
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Kenya’s President Kenyatta Re-elected

Kenya’s incumbent, President Uhuru Kenyatta, has been declared the winner by the country’s electoral body for the just concluded General Election.While announcing the...
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Kenya’s Ecstatic First-Time Voters

Kenya's general elections are to be held today, August 8th, and candidates have been traversing the country wooing voters to support them. Since the...
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10 Reasons Why Africa is a Source for Top Tech Talent

Technology is fast growing in Africa and so is tech talent. The continent is experiencing transformative impact as a result of technology. From rural Ghana where low income earners are able to buy insurance policies through their mobile phones to the streets of Nairobi, Kenya, where residents are able to send and receive money through their mobile phones, technology has become the order of the day in the continent.

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