Thursday’s magazine

Previous Editions
Home & Away – (11/06/2009 )
Slum upgrading initiative hits snag
Uncertainty haunts the ambitious Sh883 billion Kenya Slum Upgrading Project (Kensup) that was scheduled to end in 2020. … Read More
 
Crying foul over State Property
Complaints from investors in commercial and residential real estate over alleged illegal acquisition of property by the State are not new. … Read more
 
 
Limited housing despite rapid population growth
Kenya’s projected population by the year 2030 will be 60.5 million. Of this, 38.2 million will be living in urban centres. … Read more
 
 
Where money and sewage flow
That the real estate market has grown by leaps and bounds is not in doubt. However one section of the city seems to have everything, from the desirable to the unsightly. … Read more
 
 
Slum upgrading initiative hits a snag
Uncertainty haunts the ambitious Sh883 billion Kenya Slum Upgrading Project () that was scheduled to end in 2020. … Read more
 
 
A boardroom with a difference
Boardrooms are usually pictured as huge, enormous rooms with nothing but huge tables and black leather chairs. But at the business Centre at the International House, the boardroom gives a totally different impression. … Read more
 
 

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