Nairobi Reportedly the Most Expensive City in East Africa
Kampala ranks as the least expensive city to live in the region, followed by Kigali, according to a recent survey. Meanwhile, Tunis is the least expensive city to live in on the continent followed by Windhoek, Banjul, Lusaka and Gaborone.
An aerial view of a section of Nairobi's skyline.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has created Nairobi Metropolitan Services which will take over the governance and administrative duties of Nairobi. Mike Sonko, the former governor, has ... Read more »
Disgruntled contract workers have gone on strike, marching through parts of the Nairobi CBD overtuning bins and strewing garbage into the streets, after the county failed to pay ... Read more »
Inspector-General of Police, Hillary Mutyambai, has assured that he has increased security patrols across the city, but urged the public to remain vigilant, following a short ... Read more »
Nairobi residents will continue grappling with water shortages and rationing even though the Ndakaini and Sasumua dams are full following heavy rains in the Aberdares. Nairobi City ... Read more »
The drop in prices has reportedly been attributed to continued oversupply, as large numbers of new properties flood the market in the high-end residential market. Read more »