The Kieno Kammies Show
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Elvis Otieno is the king of country music in Kenya24 May 2019 | 7 Minute Listen
Country music is quite a popular music choice in Kenya - where fans enjoy listening to the likes of Kenny Rogers, Dolly Parton, Jim Reeves, Don Williams. But more recently they've had a chance to fall in love with one of their own. Elvis Otieno, is the king of Kenyan country music and joins Kieno to talk about his music.
A Gupta-less government as Mokonyane and Gigaba opt out of Parliament24 May 2019 | 9 Minute Listen
Sikonathi Mantshantsha Deputy Editor at Financial Mail Standard Bank bribes customers with airtime and data to ward off stiff competition. US not impressed with SA as former Mozambique finance minister Manuel Chang to face trial in home country. Reserve Bank may drop interest rates at its next MPC meeting
James Vos responds to Geoff Jacobs comments on red tape24 May 2019 | 6 Minute Listen
Alderman James Vos, the Mayoral Committee member for Economic Opportunities and Asset Management for the City of Cape Town, responds to accusations by the Cape Chamber of Commerce that council is a disabling force to development because of bureaucracy.
Doomed dogs saved24 May 2019 | 4 Minute Listen
Kieno speaks to Marcelle du Plessis of the Mdzananda Animal Clinic in Khayelitsha about a massive response they had to a call for adoptions when their kennels were at double the capacity for strays. It means a number of dogs did not have to be euthanased.
Emotional Intelligence course for kids24 May 2019 | 5 Minute Listen
Kieno talks to Larne Neuland, the author of "How To Win When Life Is Unfair: Emotional Intelligence" and the promotor of "thought education" at schools. She talks about why she believes "Attitude is a learned way of thinking which determines the quality of our lives."
Barbs Wire - Women's brains work better in warmer offices, study finds24 May 2019 | 6 Minute Listen
Trending stories on Barbs Wire with Barbara Friedman. Facebook banned a staggering 2.2 billion fake accounts in the first three months of 2019 Amazon's Alexa and Apple's Siri fuel stereotype that women are "subservient" - UN report