A house – whether a rudimentary mud hut or a complex structure woven out of wood, masonry and modern wizardly, most people want to own one. But few do because of the costly nature of house construction. Enters ISSB technology – which lowers your construction needs considerably. We tell you how.
Kenya’s 75.1% youth population is a national asset that can also turn into a liability if not harnessed positively. About one million people join the labour market every year. We tell you how Ajira Digital is looking to support these youth explore more opportunities within the digital space.
Land is an emotive aspect in Kenya. In fact, it has been one of the most divisive aspects of post-colonial Kenya. Acknowledging this, the Constitution of Kenya recognised that a lasting solution to the land problem lies in having an effective legal and institutional framework. Learn more about land conversion.
Well, everyone in Kenya knows them. The famous parks of Kenya – Maasai Mara, Amboseli, Tsavo, Nairobi National Park etc. What people do not know is that there are about 50 more parks in Kenya. We give you some of the lesser known gems that you can explore.
Want to start your own business in Kenya? Operating a small to medium enterprise in Kenya used to be tedious with numerous procedural and legal obligations. Thanks to Vision 2030, the government has made it easier for you to start your own company. Learn how.
The Nairobi Commuter Rail Service development is part of Nairobi Metropolitan Transport Master Plan meant to solve the city’s infamous mobility problems by connecting the capital and ten satellite towns. Welcome onboard! Here is all you need to know about the service.
Reopening of schools after so many months of closure is thrilling. At last, the very important business of shaping your future can resume. Protecting yourself in school during these Covid-19 times is easy. How? We tell you in this edition of InfoBytes.