Author Rupi Gill

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Mangroves in the Midst

The dhow’s bow slices through the glassy green surface sending ripples with blue crests into the mangal – mangrove biome – that makes up the evergreen…

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For a Whale Song

The animal kingdom is full of stories of migration – from humans leaving Africa to populate the earth, to birds flying up and down the continents,…

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Karibu

Despite the great mood swings that seem to have taken over the gods of weather, that provide us in a year a scorching drought and flash…

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Sundowner on the ridge

Just over an hour and twenty minutes later with the terracotta roofs of the Castle on the ridge in my sights, I hit the soft black…

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Kenya Civil Aviation Authority

Interview by Captain Gilbert Kibe – Director General What is KCAA’s Strategy and what activities have you put in place towards regulating the aviation industry in…

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Beautiful Bones

Somewhere close to the cradle of civilisation in Africa’s core, is a place called Kapoeta – and also the heartbeat behind Ambica Shah’s jewellery. Think dark…

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Wear your Art

From a Grisaille of wilderness emerges an ancient creature, clad in its own armour, head hung low, one leg before the other, almost shy. A duo…

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In a Fable at Naibor

Male hormones have turned the ostrich’s legs red. He flaps his great black plumes exposing white wing tips against the variation of hills and space. Two…

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Rising from the Sea Bed

Urchins live upside down. Their bottoms bright orange and googly as if watching us as we swim past trying to find a spot for the camera.…

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