The changing tricks of Kenyatta Market hairdressers
To many Nairobians, Kenyatta Market is the hub of hair braiding.
By Nduku Muema 7 years ago
The changing tricks of Kenyatta Market hairdressers
Street boys back in Nairobi, bullying women for cash
The bad old Nairobi nightmares of the 1990s seem to be back! Street boys are back and are harassing women in the streets of Nairobi.
By Nduku Muema 7 years ago
Street boys back in Nairobi, bullying women for cash
Residents, police turns to social media to fight Ruaka crimes
A year or so back, many Nairobians started moving to the then little-known Ruaka in the outskirts of Nairobi.
By Nduku Muema 7 years ago
Residents, police turns to social media to fight Ruaka crimes
Why petty crime is rife in Nyayo Estate Embakasi
Residents of Nyayo Estate in Embakasi are up in arms over increased cases of car vandalism and petty crime.
By Nduku Muema 7 years ago
Why petty crime is rife in Nyayo Estate Embakasi
Malls, schools lead in use of solar energy
More people are awakening to the fact that powering, heating and cooling homes and offices using conventional energy is expensive. This realisation has seen renewable energy gain popularity.
By Nduku Muema 7 years ago
Malls, schools lead in use of solar energy
Go green with bamboo flooring
Global warming has become a universal concern and ways to mitigate it are being devised each new day.
By Nduku Muema 7 years ago
Go green with bamboo flooring
Starehe Girls’ school wins global energy award
Starehe Girls Centre has won the Zayed Future Energy Prize 2017 in the Global High Schools category.
By Nduku Muema 7 years ago
Starehe Girls’ school wins global energy award
The Obamas’ retirement home
As US President Barack Obama leaves office tomorrow, many people are wondering where he will stay with his family and what he will be doing in retirement.
By Nduku Muema 7 years ago
The Obamas’ retirement home
Women in property sector forms networking, mentor body
WIRE (Women in Real Estate), draws membership mainly from female architects, realtors, engineers, quantity surveyors, urban planners and women in construction management.
By Nduku Muema 7 years ago
Women in property sector forms networking, mentor body
Kenyan firm beat Tesla to solar roofing tiles
Few people knew that Tesla had been beaten to the punch by Kenyan firm Strauss Energy.
By Nduku Muema 7 years ago
Kenyan firm beat Tesla to solar roofing tiles
Green building: Too much talk backed by little action
Over the last few years, there has been a lot of talk about green buildings and their importance. But fully compliant green buildings are still hard to come by in Kenya. Why are we not heeding the call despite all the campaigns to go green?
By Nduku Muema 7 years ago
Green building: Too much talk backed by little action
Hotel making waves in Kisumu
The exhilarating lyrics of Suzanna Owiyo’s Kisumu 100 song kept playing in my mind as I left Nairobi for a road trip to Kisumu.
By Nduku Muema 7 years ago
Hotel making waves in Kisumu
‘Value addition a win for land sellers and buyers’
In keeping up with market trends and always working towards being the home of strategic land investment, we rolled out the agribusiness plan.
By Nduku Muema 7 years ago
 ‘Value addition a win for land sellers and buyers’
Minting millions from ‘idle’ land
Two weeks ago, Property Realty Company paid investors Sh12 million as proceeds from agricultural produce from land in the Aberdares, Laikipia county.
By Nduku Muema 7 years ago
Minting millions from ‘idle’ land
Houses that became attraction sites
We build houses mainly for shelter and by all standards many achieve and serve this purpose. However, with time, most houses outlive their usefulness, become old, fall or just become neglected and forgotten.
By Nduku Muema 7 years ago
Houses that became attraction sites
Three simple ways to keep your kitchen sink drain flowing
Most kitchen sink drains get blocked by un-dissolved food particles or from cooking oil grease or soap scum caking onto the drain pipe walls.
By Nduku Muema 7 years ago
Three simple ways to keep your kitchen sink drain flowing
Sportsman’s Arms Hotel: A witness to Nanyuki’s story
Nestled in the heart of this unique small town is the Sportsman’s Arms Hotel, a facility on 17 acres that is synonymous with Nanyuki Town and its rich history.
By Nduku Muema 7 years ago
Sportsman’s Arms Hotel: A witness to Nanyuki’s story
How to get rid of bedbugs
Bedbugs have become a menace in many homes and institutions. From the slums, to the leafy suburbs, to learning institutions, they are no longer a preserve of the poor.
By Nduku Muema 7 years ago
How to get rid of bedbugs
Coming soon: Manual for funding green buildings
Banks and other financial institutions have been asked to provide incentives to green building developers in the country.
By Nduku Muema 7 years ago
Coming soon: Manual for funding green buildings
Tea producers mull key changes to stem falling prices and demand
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