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Top hotels put on sale amid industry slump

REAL ESTATE

?Auction of three-star properties in Nairobi underlines the hardship hospitality industry is facing.

Top hotels put on sale amid industry slump

By Wainaina Wambu | 1 year ago

Magadi: Salty saga that has outlived a century of mining

Magadi: Salty saga that has outlived a century of mining

Tussle between Maasai community and company dates back to 1902 when illiterate elders were duped into signing away their land by the colonialists.

Amos Kareithi | 2 years ago

Yebei's family seeks help from legendary Laibon

The family of Meshack Yebei Sunday engaged the Laibon clan, who conducted a traditional ritual to help unravel the mysterious disappearance of their kin.

Silah Koskei | 6 years ago

How colonialists exiled Kipsigis leaders

In 1934, on behalf of King George the V, the then governor Henry Conway Belfield signed an ordinance to provide for the removal and settlement of Laibons around Kericho, who were thought to be leading an anti-settler wave within that region.

Daniel Wesangula | 7 years ago

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