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Sun, sand and shade: Mombasa now goes green

REAL ESTATE

Coastal town embraces ‘greening’ concept aimed at improving quality of life for residents.

Sun, sand and shade: Mombasa now goes green

By Philip Mwakio | 10 months ago

Tragedy and triumph at Haller Park

Tragedy and triumph at Haller Park

The migration of people from upcountry to the coastal city of Mombasa is akin to the annual wildebeest migration in many ways. The rush for suddenly limited resources in form of accommodation, especially for poor planners, leads to a mad race on the Nairobi-Mombasa highway.

| 10 years ago

When men and music fused

In the past Coast has fallen short in the art and music scene. Everything interesting always happened in Nairobi. To bring a theatre group, classical music, interesting plays or a concert proved too costly and no sponsors were ready to invest in this kind of art-promotion.

| 10 years ago

World famous ecological park in Bamburi

Bamburi Cement is one of the greatest names in Kenya’s construction industry and it has contributed enormously to the development of the country.

| 12 years ago

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