Episode 64: White man raises $1 million by insulting Kenyans and their food

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Ugali, with fried tilapia, sukuma wiki and kachumbari is a Kenyan delicacy, but don’t tell that to a Frenchman named Robin Reecht. Photo by Napendakukula.

We look at how Robin Reecht, a white Frenchman –who after being in Kenya for only three days–managed to come up with a start-up idea that raised $1 million to improve Kenya’s “not-so-good quality” food. Why is it so easy for white people who know nothing about Africa to raise millions in capital to start businesses in the continent?

In this episode, we also honor one of the most iconic patriarchs of post-colonial Africa, Kenneth Kaunda, the first president of Zambia, who died on June 17 at the age of 97.