UK firm partners with Basco to sell road marking paint in Kenya

Basco Paints has partnered with global paint manufacturer Ennis Prismo for exclusive distribution of road marking paint in Kenya. The strategic partnership seeks to expand the paint manufacture’s array of products and give it a competitive edge in the market.…
Elsek to offer cheap homes to Kenyans

A Turkish investor is seeking to partner with the Government and the private sector to provide decent, low-cost housing units across East Africa. Elsek-Elsek Construction Limited Housing, which has set base in Kenya, is coming up with a new technology…
US firm to build green factory in Nairobi

GreenWorld Development is in talks to build a factory in Nairobi to manufacture panels and building blocks for use in affordable housing in the country. The US-based company has said it is in joint venture discussions with Kenya and a…
Spanish energy firms to build 13.6MW wind farm in Ngong

Spanish wind developers, Iberdrola Ingeniería and Gamesa have secured a contract to build a 13.6-MW wind farm in Ngong, 30 km from Nairobi. According to Iberdrola, the new Ngong wind farm, to be built within 18 months, will have 16…
Chinese firms beat Kenyan ones on projects

As Kenya continues to embark on its most ambitious infrastructure investment program, it is emerging that Chinese are out muscling local contractors on the country’s major projects. According to sources, Chinese companies have scooped more than two thirds of the…
Eastern Bypass Nairobi

The Eastern bypass in Nairobi is among the Kenyan government’s major infrastructure projects that are aimed at making the country a regional commercial hub. The 39-km bypass starts on the Ruiru-Kiambu road. It crosses the Northern bypass and the Ruiru…
Northern Bypass Nairobi

The Northern Bypass in Nairobi is one of Kenya government’s major infrastructure projects aimed at making the country a regional business hub. The 31-km bypass starts from Ruaka trading centre along Limuru Road, overpasses Banana Road through Runda and Thome…
Kenya requires Sh800bn to upgrade slums

The Kenya slum upgrade programme, featuring Nairobi and other parts of the country will cost the government a total of Sh800 billion according to Housing minister Shoita Shitanda. To this end the government and development partners have initiated the Kenya…