Media Chat: Animation and Media

Journalists in today’s world are expected to be multi talented in their story telling skills so as to maintain their mark in the ever competitive industry. Choosing which skill to add on may prove to be a herculean task as it is not every day one gets an opportunity to discuss the various options to […]

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Survey on sexual harassment and abuse in the media in Kenya

The online survey dubbed ‘HESHIMA’ (Higlighting and Eliminating Sexual Harassment and Abuse in Media) conducted by Roshani CS, on April 29 – May 27 2019 reveals that sexual harassment in the media in Kenya, is still alive, almost two years since the world woke up to the #MeToo wave. In this survey there were 70 […]

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A look behind the scenes- Developing audio dramas

Audio dramas bring issues that we face in our society to the fore. However, in most cases we rarely get a glimpse of what goes on behind the scenes in the making of the audio dramas. Roshani CS has started the journey of documenting what goes on behind the scenes and sharing with you so that you can glean some tips from us on the realities faced when developing audio dramas.

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Media Chat:Beyond the Newsroom

Journalists are often at the heart of gathering and telling stories. It is rare that they (journalists),get opportunities to attend forums where they can reflect and think about their profession collectively without the pressure of working on a story or interviewing a guest for their show. The media profession is changing and it is important […]

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Meet Mashirima Kapombe the guest speaker on 29th May 2018

Roshani Consultancy Services met up with Mashirima Kapombe to interview her prior to the skills building seminar that will take place tomorrow, 29th May 2018. She will be the main guest speaker. This audio clip gives us a brief of Mashirima Kapombe’s journey to joining the media industry, and her continued interest in honing her […]

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Throw back Thursday with Mashirima Kapombe

It was eight years ago when I first met Mashirima Kapombe. She was then the station manager of Shine FM at Daystar University. The training institution I was working for at the time had tasked me with the responsibility of identifying a university where we could start training students who were in the last year […]

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When it is time to say goodbye

I have taken a long time since my last post despite my new year promise of sharing more consistently. Let me explain why. I recently learned about the demise from this earth of a participant who attended one of the training events I organized a couple of years ago. It was the first major event […]

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A commentary on the freedom of expression and access to information: The South Sudan media context

By: Sapana Agyuli Abuyi- Director General for Information and Media Compliance, Republic of South Sudan Media Authority Pursuant to the provision in the Transitional Constitution of the Republic of South Sudan, 2011, Article 24, Sub-article 1, reads that; “Every citizen shall have the right to the freedom of expression, reception and dissemination of information, publication, […]

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Early diagnosis of cerebral palsy improves healthcare

By Winnie Onyimbo Jane Wanjiku is a mother to one-year old John. Each Friday, she forfeits going to work so that she can take the boy to therapy. The two hours are emotionally gruelling for Jane and excruciating for her son. Every week she has to watch her only son enduring the pain as the […]

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Memoirs of a trainer

 Walk your path When a trainer stands before the participants during a workshop, it is easy to read some few things about them from their facial expressions or body language. From the participant who is eager to be part of the workshop, to the bored one who appears like their only sole reason of attending […]

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