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3 years ago

High Commission Of The Republic Of Kenya In South Africa

High Commission of the Republic of Kenya in South Africa is located in Pretoria on 302 Brooks Street, Melo Park, 0081, South Africa.

The telephone Contacts of the High Commission of Kenya in South Africa is 000-27-12-3622249, 362-2250 and 362-2251. The Fax details are 000-27-12-3622252.

The email address of the Embassy of Kenya in South Africa is kenp@pta.lia.net.

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3 years ago

2014 University Ranking In Kenya

During 2014 university ranking in Africa, University of Nairobi was ranked as the best University in Kenya. University of Nairobi (UON) in Kenya is ranked 12th best university in Africa, up from 14th position during the 2013 ranking of universities. The 4 International Colleges and Universities ranks top universities in Africa every year. The 2014 4ICU ranking of universities in Africa was labelled `Gateway to Universities and Colleges`. The Universities in Africa were ranked according to the web popularity. University of Nairobi is ranked as the second best university in East Africa a  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

How To Get To Garden City And The Location Of Garden City Project Along Thika Road In Nairobi, Kenya

A private equity firm called Actis announced its project called the Garden city in Nairobi city. Garden City project in Nairobi is a 12.4 billion project that is along the Thika super highway in Kenya. The 32acre housing development in Kenya that goes by the name Garden City will consist of a Garden City mall in Kenya that is 50,000 metres squared. Garden City Project in Kenya will also have modern commercial offices, 500 homes and a Garden City park in Nairobi. This Garden City park will be 4acres and it will house an outdoor Garden City arena in Kenya for holding shows and events. The Gar  Continue reading ...


4 years ago

Kenyans To Enrol For Gas And Oil Production Courses In Kenya: Kenya Lacks Experts In Gas And Oil sector

The latest discovery of oil and gas explorations in Kenya has caught our country off guard. The lack of experts in the field of oil and gas exploration in Kenya has greatly been felt by the Kenyan economy. Kenya has resulted to hiring human resource from outside Kenya which constitutes a higher percentage of foreign staffs working in the gas and oil exploration companies in Kenya. Currently the Ghanaians (people from Ghana) and Nigerians are the ones that account for a high percentage of workers in the oil and gas sector in Kenya, because they have a lot of experience in thes  Continue reading ...