Author: Robert Kamaru

World AIDS Day: Are We Doing Enough?

World AIDS Day came and passed again. We donned red ribbons and posted updates on social media tagged #WorldAidsDay. That’s commendable. But how much do we want to talk about HIV and AIDS? How badly do we want to bring new infections to zero? How badly do you want to end...

Why Doing Business Informally Can and Will Cost You

Founding and running a business is exciting. There is always so much to look forward to. Sure, “CEO & Founder” sounds like a great title. It goes a long way in rubbing one’s ego. All the same, I hate to break it to you–a fancy title can only go so far...

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Turning 30 soon? Here’s Your Manual

If you are fast approaching third floor like me, you are likely going through a rough patch. Here’s my best guess—at least one of the following statements describes you right now: You’ve just finished school with big dreams, only to realize that your expectations were way too high and you should drop your...

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Of Sponsors and Conversations we Deliberately Postpone

I recently chanced upon a video about a 21-year-old sugar-baby on BBC News Africa’s Facebook page. In the video, she explains how life as a sugar-baby is working out for her. Despite coming from a humble background, Jane is able to afford a life that her fellow students can only dream...