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Not about food, but cultural encounters


The SAMOSA Festival, which promotes cohesion and integrity by facilitating ‘cultural encounters’, is a biennial event that is educative, artistic and fun.

The event has been running since 2005 and has grown in attendance, performers and sponsorships. This year’s even more exciting edition began on Saturday 22nd September 2012 and ends on Saturday 29th September 2012.

Kids Activity Highlights From Storymoja Hay Festival 2012 PDF Print E-mail

Children who love stories, books, art and science had a great time at the recent Storymoja Hay Festival 2012 which took place from 13th to 16th September 2012 at the Nairobi National Musuem.The festival is part of the Hay Festivals Network which hosts events around the world.

Storymoja Hay Festival 2012: Kids Programme PDF Print E-mail

A festival with lots of activities for children


The Storymoja Hay Festival, one of the greatest and most interesting literary festivals in East Africa, kicks off tomorrow at 10 a.m. at the Nairobi National Museum on Museum Hill, Nairobi, Kenya.

The festival, which is part of the Hay Festivals Network and which hosts events around the world, will feature international and local creative and award-winning writers, entertainers, thinkers among other outstanding professionals.

Participate in the BINGWA Malaria Challenge & win exciting prizes PDF Print E-mail

The BINGWA Malaria Challenge 2012

BINGWA Magazine is currently running a malaria competition, dubbed ‘BINGWA Malaria Challenge’.

How much do you know about malaria? Find out how well you do by participating in this incredible challenge.

Mini World Cup PDF Print E-mail


A beautiful game indeed


• U6: 1st place Ujuzisoka, 2nd place ISK
• U7: 1st place Ujuzisoka, 2nd Aga Khan, 3rd Rusinga school
• U9: 1st place Ujuzisoka, 2nd German School, 3rd School of Nations
• U11: 1st place: Sags Soccer A, 2nd ISK Yellow, 3rd Ujuzisoka.

Over 18:  A fun match was also played between Eric Wainaina's band and ISK parents and teachers.  It finished in a 1-1 draw and big smiles all around. The ISK's U7 goalkeeper won the Most Valuable keeper of his category.  Congratulations Brock O'Hearn.

As the Africa Cup of Nations was going on in Gabon, a group of young and enthusiastic boys and girls in Kenya were training really hard for their own kind of football spectacle. The beautiful game went down on the 4th and 5th of February at the International School of Kenya (ISK) grounds. This is the third mini world cup where 60 teams of talented footballers in the under 6, U-7, U-9 and U-11 age groups battle it out for dominance and silverware.

The two-day tournament began at group stages and culminated in a knockout battle for the top position. The players displayed a high level of skill that left fans convinced that the future of Kenyan football is brighter now more than ever before.

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