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Facebook has launched Innovation Challenge in Africa to recognise developers and entrepreneurs who are using the internet to improve the standard of education and economic health in their communities. Developers across Africa are invited to enter the challenge. Facebook ...
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My name is Ordinary Mwananchi, and this I write to express the love and sympathies I have for poor Mr. and Mrs. Politician. What a pitiable couple? One look at the couple makes your heart melt with pity. ...
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Dailymail, a UK publication the other day ran a story: The brutal reality of life on Nairobi’s streets: The pictures that reveal the hardships of Kenya’s capital where gun crime is rife and young girls are forced to turn ...
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Liquid Telecom, has completed a two-month project to protect its network from disruptions during the anticipated heavy rains. “We launched an intensive contingency project as soon as reports began to come through of particularly heavy rains ahead,” said ...
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Diary of a Developer

KM is a wealthy developer in Nairobi a husband to Dorotea and a father of two. He is a landlord with a rental in almost every part of the city. He loves his bottle but loves dough more. ...
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Once upon a time, aesthetics were a major consideration in architecture. In fact, architects of yonder have been accused of concentrating more on appeal and beauty over functionality. Just look at the painstaking and intricate details on the ...
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Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts is taking its Africa expansion plans to the next level as it prepares to open its first property in Kenya. The 223-key upscale Mövenpick Hotel & Residences Nairobi, scheduled for completion in mid-2016, will ...
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HiiL Innovating Justice has announced the finalists for the SME Empowerment Challenge East and West Africa, an initiative geared towards finding and strengthening new initiatives that can empower startups and SMEs in the field of justice. This year’s ...
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The online campaign phase for the SME Empowerment Challenge East and West Africa has officially started. This Challenge was developed by HiiL Innovating Justice, together with the Global Agenda Council on Justice and the Ford Foundation, as part ...
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Nairobi is the largest and busiest city in East and Central Africa. Just a hundred years ago, it was nothing but a mosquito infested, frog croaking swamp with Kipande house (then a colonial rail warehouse) as the tallest ...
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Political instability, unreliable government policies, complex legal regimes, volatile currencies and investment climate; these are but the problems associated with the African development platform. Still, real estate developers continue to see Africa as a huge opportunity. Indeed, the ...
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22 per cent of Kenyans live in cities, and the urban population is growing at a rate of 4.2 per cent every year. With this level of growth, Nairobi requires at least 200,000 new housing units annually to ...
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Kenyatta University has officially opened a new ‘Gate A’ and Dual Carriageway to the Main Campus. The colourful ceremony was held at the Main Campus and presided over by the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Olive Mugenda. The event was graced ...
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Becoming a home owner in Kenya is a sweet dream, one that most of us hope they will wake up to realise. However, it’s not as easy as we imagine. The process of owning a home is expensive ...
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