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End of the road for Club Tribeka?



The once popular clubbing spot in the Nairobi central business district, Club Tribeka Lounge appears to have officially shut its doors for good.

Situated on Banda Street, Tribeka has now been replaced by a men’s clothe store and other shops.

The club (formerly Tropez) was launched in November 2011 and since then, it was a hit with reveler who would spend hours on end imbibing their favourite drinks.

Located on Banda Street off Kimathi Street, the club was so popular that at its peak, some Kenyan musicians would release their songs at the club.

Clubs in Nairobi CBD appears to be facing serious problems as revellers prefer to “drink closer home” because of various factors that range from alcoblow operations, cost of alcohol and the emergence of posh clubs in estates.


Majority of those that have closed have been replaced by restaurants or clothes stores.

Another victim was Riviera which had a laid-back attitude and not ostentatious like the many clubs that surfaced along Kimathi Street in the closing years of the 2000s.


Next to Riviera was Club Fahrenheit and it never upgraded for over five years. It later wound up.

The only lounge remaining along Banda Street is Mojo’s. Giggles, which was a hit with journalists has since been turned into a clothes store.

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Here are a few of the bars that closed over the years in CBD: Hunters, Polos, Tropez, Tacos, Ibiza, Wallet, Hornbill, Heartz, Verandah, Zeep, Betty’s, Seasons, Psys, Club Sound, Jungle, Invitations, Tanager, Sevens, Pink Elephant, Maggies, Dados, Zanze, Zigzag, Maddy, Porter House, Florida 2000, Wine Bar and Steps.


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Ethiopian Airlines to build $5 billion mega airport 




Ethiopian Airlines has disclosed a project plan to put up a large airport at a cost amounting to USD5 billion (KSh500 billion).

The construction of the present-day airport will start in the year 2020 in Bishoftu, a town situated 39 kilometers southeast of Addis Ababa, according to Ethiopian chief executive officer Tewolde Gebremariam.

The airport will extend over to an area of 35 square km, and it will be built in a way it can serve over 100 million passengers a year.

“Bole Airport is not going to accommodate us; we have a beautiful expansion project. The airport looks very beautiful and very large, but with the way that we are growing, in about three or four years we are going to be full,” the state-run Ethiopian News Agency quoted Tewolde.

Bole International Airport in Addis Ababa handles approximately 19 million passengers in a year. The chief executive officer announced that the construction will commence in the coming six months, but he did not reveal how the project will be financed or who will construct the airport.

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EXQUISITE: Buy this $1 Million home in Kenya today [VIDEO]



Introducing Amara Ridge in the leafy suburbs of Karen. Cytonn Investment, Cytonn Investments,  an independent investments management firm, is proud to present this outstanding and exclusive private gated community in Karen that offers a distinctly luxurious real estate option.

It is an exclusive private gated community in Karen and it is close to everything in Karen yet tucked away from it all.

Conveniently located with easy access to Lang’ata Road and Ngong’ Road, residents have an array of amenities to enjoy, and events to keep their calendars buzzing with activity all year round.

“The first time I asked to be allowed to see these $1million homes from Cytonn real estate was in February 2019. I kept asking until my request was granted. For me, walking through real estate is believing. Prepare to become a believer,” says Carol Mutoko. Watch:

The lush and leafy suburb of Karen is located just 30 minutes outside of Nairobi, and is surrounded by Ngong’ Hills and Ngong’ Forest.

Its winding roads run through forested areas, streams, ridges and open plains, lending this suburb an air of tranquility and natural beauty.

Cutting through Ngong’ Forest and running along the boundary of Karen is the Southern Bypass which offers Karen residents easy and fast access to the city and to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.

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Karen boasts a selection of high-end retail stores; shopping malls as well as several dining options, and the largest concentration of international schools in Nairobi.

Its heritage is steeped in the legacy of Karen Blixen, the Danish author and humanitarian, who lived in this part of Nairobi, fell in love with its environs and people, and left a mark and memory that permeates the very essence of Karen and showcases the beauty of Kenya, to this very day.

To live in Karen is to embrace a lifestyle that is beautiful, expansive, elegant, tranquil and luxurious. Karen is a destination for those who dare to dream.

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New Agriculture CS orders KCC to buy milk at Sh33 a litre




Peter Munya, Agriculture CS, has issued a directive to the New KCC to purchase milk from farmers at Sh33 instead of the low Sh25 per liter. The order is aiming at improving farmers’ morale who have been complaining of low prices.

 Milk prices have dropped drastically in the last three months due to oversupply, lack of market and cold storage facilities.

Several farmers heave considered leaving daily farming due to low margins.

Mr. Munya was speaking at his first press briefing as the Agriculture CS. 

He reassured that the milk buying prices would go up when the New KCC can buy and process more milk.

He cautioned the farmers and traders against bringing in cheaper milk from neighboring countries, whereas local farmers have sufficient milk.

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