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Kenya’s major tourism highlights in 2017

The year 2017 in Kenya’s tourism was marked by major milestones that had both positive and negative implications on the industry. Jumia Travel’s Josephine Wawira gives a glimpse of what 2018

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Afternoon business highlights – November 23, 2017

South African retailer replaces Nakumatt as anchor tenant for Karen Mall Karen’s Waterfront Mall  has signed South African retailer, Game Stores, as its anchor tenant replacing Nakumatt which was to be the

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Sarova Hotels recognized in the 2017 Haute Grandeur Global Hotel and Spa Awards

Sarova Hotels, Resorts and Game Lodges received four prestigious awards, during the 2017 Haute Grandeur Global Hotel and Spa Awards gala, held at the spectacular Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit, Thailand last week.  More

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Afternoon news headlines

News highlights Nyeri Governor Wahome Gakuru killed in road accident Nyeri Governor Wahome Gakuru died on Tuesday morning in a road accident on the Thika-Murang’a Highway. Gakuru was pronounced dead

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News highlights PNU Chairman Peter Munya pledges support for Uhuru ahead of  October 17 election Jubilee-affiliate PNU Chairman Peter Munya has pledged his support to Uhuru Kenyatta ahead of the October 17 Presidential

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Business highlights – September 12 2017 – Tourism CS Balala elected chair of WTO Commission for Africa

Tourism CS Balala elected chair of WTO Commission for Africa Tourism Cabinet Secretary Najib Balala has been elected Chairman of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation Commission for Africa for

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Business highlights – August 15 2017 – Fuel prices drop marginally in August monthly review

Tourist numbers stumble on poll jitters: The tourism sector in the country is bearing the brunt of post poll jitters as the number of tourists visiting the country dwindles. Tourism

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Business highlights – State to spend Ksh1.5 billion on solar lanterns as Jubilee government promises universal access to electricity within 3 years

State to spend Ksh1.5 billion on solar lanterns as Jubilee government promises universal access to electricity within 3 years At least five million households in the country have been connected

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Business News Highlights

Consumers face higher petrol prices as marketers seek compensation for Sh5 billion loss Motorists will face higher pump prices if an energy tribunal allows oil marketers to get compensation for