Upclose with Abishai Maxman; the hunter from Bujumbura.

On 11 June 2017, we held the first Machakos Jazz Session which drew guests from as far as Kinshasha in Congo and Boston in Massachusetts. A pleasant surprise was one very energetic and positive guy, who bumped into the Jazz festival by sheer luck but ended up craving to come back for artist residency at Ubunifu Machakos. […]

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Weekly Programming at Ubunifu Machakos unveiled!

  Since we opened doors on 4 March 2017, we have learnt a lot, and invested in extensive needs analysis of various opportunities we could facilitate to activate the creative ecosystem in Machakos County and its environs. We have settled on this weekly program, which we will continuously refine to ensure it best suits our clientele and creative […]

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We are Hiring – General Manager for Machakos Ubunifu Inn

We are Hiring The search is on for a suitable candidate to fill in the position of General Manager for MAchakos Ubunifu Inn, a hospitality venture located at Ubunifu Hub  Machakos. This venture combines food, beverage, entertainment, recreation and accommodation services. Applications closing 15 May 2017. Your profile? You are an experienced and mature hospitality professional […]

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What next after Machakos Talanta Fest?

Many a times, Machakos never disappoints in throwing events of international stature. From footbal to mega parties to the ever (in)famous Masaku 7s, machakos is surely the place to be. As expected, easter of 2017 was celebrated BIG and WIDE around Machakos. People from other counties could be seen flocking in as early as 6am once the weekend kicked […]

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Up close with Owenga of Rock-Re-Benga Music Style

Many a times, he is never understood. Most times, he is not understood at all. Recently, while looking for a suitable residential house, a landlord could not let him stay at their premises for fear of him “coming home late”  or “making noise” (like all artists do).However, when Ubunifu Hub Machakos was about to open […]

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Rise Of The New BOLD

The unwritten rule of writing an African story is that of a war-torn country with children wielding machine guns in a poor rural setting. Of old African dictators who do not give up power and of love happening in a village or slum as the sun sets. This is how you tell the African story. […]

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