Prof.Habwe wins this year’s 2015 Text Book Centre Jomo Kenyatta Prize. Habwe won the first position in the adult Kiwahili category with his book Pendo La Karaha, published by Moran publishers.
The University of Nairobi, Yesterday, 17 June, 2015 led the country in celebrating the World Refugee Day.
The event held in collaboration with the UNHCR and the Kenya Red Cross drew participants from across the country and refugees living in Kenya. The theme for this year’s event was “Get to know refugees-Their Role in the country.”
Mombasa and Malindi
Prof. Rayya Timmamy with Fourth year Swahili Oral Literature and Culture (CLK404) students on a field trip to Mombasa on 25th - 28th March, 2015.
The places visited included Mombasa (Fort Jesus, Old Town) and Malindi (Gede, Jumba la Mtwana at Mtwapa).
Prof. Rayya Timammy
Meeting president of Tianjin NU
Prof Habwe is a seasonal Kiswahili writer who writes academic works and fiction
prof John Habwe
Kiswahili students of the UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI are having a conference organized by CHAKINA(chama cha kiswahili chuo kikuu cha NAIROBI)
WHICH WILL BE HELD on 31st of january 2015 at KIKUYU CAMPUS UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI.participants will be drawn from all public Universities in East and Central Africa.
Dr. Mwaliwa now earns her Doctorate of Philosophy in Phonology in Kiswahili studies. She conducted her research on the syllable stracture of standard Kiswahili, loan words from modern standard Arabic.
Congratulations Mwalimu for the Noble achievement.