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Kenya celebrated the country’s golden jubilee in December 2013 marking 50 years of independence. The Ministry of Sports, Culture & Arts contributed to a budget of Kshs. 500M for the celebrations in partnership with leading corporations including the National...
  Located at Freedom Corner, Uhuru Park in Nairobi, the Mau Mau Memorial adds a new dimension to memorial architecture in the city. Mau Mau Memorial is its popular name but its official title is Memorial to the Victims of...
The Karen Enkaji House – A 21st Century Interpretation of the traditional African architecture Enkaji is a Maasai name for a house, traditionally built on a simple frame structure, the shape of a loaf, using materials like twigs, soil, cow...
The law compelling building owners to install solar water heaters takes effect in the next three months. Architects and mechanical engineers have been advising their clients, especially for new upcoming developments, to conform to this guideline. The Electricity Regulatory Commission...
Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KenGen) has floated an international tender seeking contractors to build two geothermal power plants of 280 megawatts (MW) combined capacity. The firm said the projects each of 140 MW are to be located in Olkaria near...
The deadline for the awards in the poster below has been extended by a week.  The date for the awards ceremony remains unchanged. You can keep sending in your entries. Click on the image to enlarge the poster.
A shortage of housing has hit Webuye town as Pan Paper Mill is set to be reopened. The situation has been worsened after Masinde Muliro University opened a branch in the town. A number of departmental heads...
The following have been found to be some of the deadliest sins that one can commit in Nairobi. Once you commit them, you will be arrested instantly. We have taken time to air them to you so that you are aware...