The Elephant in conversation with Celeste Wamiru - 'Celeste' from Kenya, Alaa Satir an Editorial Cartoonist and activist from Sudan, Godfrey Mwapembwa - 'Gado' from East Africa and Jonathan Shapiro - 'Zapiro' from South Africa.
Wanjiru Gikonyo serves as founder and National Coordinator of The Institute for Social Accountability (TISA), which has been instrumental in advocating for effective devolution and meaningful public engagement under the devolved government in Kenya.
Dr. Ato Kwame Onoma is Research Director, Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA).
Rahma Hersi is an Islamic finance lawyer and advocate for economic justice in Africa. She is Head of Africa of Gateway Global LLP a global professional services firm devoted to the Islamic economy and its underlying principles.
The Elephant hosts a conversation between Dr. Richard Ayah, Director Science and Technology Park, Lecturer, Health Policy and Health Systems, School of Public Health University of Nairobi and Dr David Ndii, economist and public intellectual.
The Elephant speaks to Prof. Funmi Olonisakin, Vice President & Vice-Principal International, Professor of Security, Leadership & Development, King's College London
The Elephant speaks to Brian Kagoro, a Pan Africanist and Public Intellectual.
Prof. Mohammed Bakari, one of Kenya's leading linguists and researchers in post-colonial studies shares global perspectives.
The Elephant speaks to one of Kenya's leading political scientists Prof. Karuti Kanyinga, Director, Institute for Development Studies (IDS), University of Nairobi on the politics of Coronavirus.
The intellectual desert that is Kenya’s conservation sector remains as barren as ever and the coronavirus has in fact accentuated this. The sporadic and disjointed efforts to fix it will be futile unless we plant the seeds of indigenous knowledge and expertise and rid it of its colonial heritage.