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Kenya launches dualisation of road notorious with traffic jams

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Kenya has launched the dualisation of road that will see the road, notorious with traffic jams expanded. The road dualisation project is expected to cost around KSh1.3bn(US$13m).

Ngong road is known for being one of the most congested roads in Nairobi County. A commuter can take several hours before reaching the city centre.World Bank reports that Nairobi loses up to Sh12 billion on monthly basis due to traffic jams.

Readmore..... Tuesday, 30 August 2016 12:37
 
   

Kenya to build 20,000 housing units for police

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A consortium of four lenders have unveiled plans to build a total of 20,000 housing units for police in an arrangement that will see the government of Kenya make periodical payments to the financiers over a period of up to 15 years.

These housing units, which will include one bedroom, bed sitters and three bedroom units, will cost roughly between Sh18 and 20 billion in a mega homes project funded by tax payer and expected to take four years.

Readmore..... Friday, 26 August 2016 12:22
 
   

Kenya’s Pan Paper Mill now reopens in September

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Kenya’s paper maker Pan Paper Mill factory will now reopen in mid September, General Manager Y. V Choudray has confirmed. The paper factory located in the western part of Kenya has been facing challenges in acquiring new machinery and upgrading thus pushing back the re-opening date.

Readmore..... Thursday, 25 August 2016 11:57
 
   

China Wu Yi to construct housing materials plant in Kenya

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A housing materials plant worth US$ 98.7m is set to be constructed in Kenya by a Chinese firm- China Wu Yi and will be completed in June next year.

The new plant will be developed in Athi River and will manufacture precast materials that are expected to be sold to other construction firms in the region.

Chairman of the company, Mr. Qiu Liangxin confirmed the good news and said that the mega project is anticipated to create a modern building industry base especially for research, manufacture, sale and demonstration of pre-cast elements in Kenya.

Readmore..... Wednesday, 24 August 2016 12:12
 
   

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