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How To Kiss – #FatumasVoice: 07.02.14

#FatumasVoice: 07.02.14 We’ve been or are in relationships where there are things about our partners that make us unhappy. It could be the way they dress, kiss, touch you, a ...

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Njaanuary…

 #Njaanuary – #FatumasVoice: 31.01.14. Time and again we’ve had people complaining how hard it is to navigate through January after an eventful December that’s full of parties and merry making. But perhaps ...

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Poetic Justice

Just what do you make of Kenyan politics? Will we ever get to a point where our courts convict the big fish? When a relationship goes sour, a man having ...

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A New Leaf

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12 Days of Christmas – Plug in Now

To wind up the year, SIMAMA is partnering with ’12 Days of Christmas’, an initiative that seeks to have career value-based mentorship sessions in 12 Children’s homes. Here’s an invitation ...

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Tribute to Nelson Mandela

Tribute to Nelson Mandela

Africa bids bye to one of her greatest fathers. We are mourning and celebrating. The flags have gone half mast for a hero has gone to rest. The fire is ...

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Brain Drain (This Week at #FatumasVoice)

This week on #FatumasVoice: Over the years, Maths and Science have been a challenge to many students across the country. It makes you wonder if we were meant to be a ...

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The Power of Words: High School TOUR

These girls are truly Precious. We really had so much fun hanging out with them. Please feel free to let us know if you would love for us to visit ...

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I AM A WOMAN

In a woman, you will find a world full of interesting stories and experiences. She is shy yet strong in invisible ways. She has been described as the backbone of ...

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Personal Branding with Julie Gichuru

There is a difference between knowing your personality and branding it for your good. Business and career dynamics always revolve around the ability of persons to use themselves as tools ...

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