On my trip through Namibia’s Caprivi Strip, I stopped at a small coffee joint to satisfy my caffeine-needs. In the end, I am still a Dutch. It was not my first time that I
Human Rights Watch: Government, Donors Should Support Commissionâ€™s Findings on Election Violence [inspic=143,left,,thumb](New York, October 15, 2008) â€“ The Kenyan government and international partners should strongly support the call by the Waki commission investigating
Please listen to the roughly edited audio i recorded this afternoon. For pictures: see below. [MEDIA=18] Have a pleasant evening!
The morning was quiet in Nairobi. This afternoon i visited the informal settlements Mathare and Kibera. Police was around and Mathare seemed realtively quiet. Downtown Nairobi though there were pockets of rioting youth. They
Just back from the opening of Parliament. Quit hectic. Noit enough room for the press, so I had to improvise a bit to get some pictures. A warm thank you to the dilpmats from
Just talked to some Kenyans in front of Parliament buildings. Please listen to this rough draft hardly edited basket of views and ideas. [MEDIA=16]
Just outside Kenyan Parlement now. It’s still quiet, riot police are around and an old lady is removing dust from the streets in front of the Parliament buildings, thus giving them a final touch.
Good morning! I woke up this morning realising how lucky I am. I went to bed with the story of a Kenyan who arrived in Nairobi confused. He spent his last money on the
Just back from a press trip with the Kenyan Tourist Board. According to the Kenyan Tourist Board, things have never been so bad, not even after 09/11 when a lot of Tourists stayed away
The masses decide the direction of history. Yes it is a clichÃ©. Thanks for observing that. At least you know your clichÃ©’s. And also: thew image is never as bad as reality, especially if