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Multi-Billion Kenya Maritime Authority (KMA) headquarters | Coastweek

Mpower Ladies High Tea entrepreneur meeting | Coastweek


Managing Director of Mpower Limited Janet Katisya [right] is seen appreciating Sheikha Diyebi [left] of Swahili Box Ladies and Web-solutions Kenya and Noreen Kigochi [centre] of Nutrition Consultancy Limited with a token for their presentation during the bimonthly Mpower Ladies High Tea entrepreneur round table.
PHOTO BY TITUS MUSAU
 

German Tourists at the Voyager Beach Resort | Coastweek


Voyager Beach Resort and Spa Restaurant Manager, Nixion Mwahendo, bids farewell to hotel guests Klaudia Ghassemi Pour [left] and Margrita Krapp both from Frankfurt city in Germany, after the end of their holiday. The two have been visiting the hotel for more than six years. PHOTO BY TITUS MUSAU
 

Voyager Beach New Games for Children | Coastweek


Ms Josephson Ochieng from Voyager Beach Resort and Spa, animation team takes the guests’ children through various games introduced at the hotel which included water pinata, Noodin croquet and back to back race. PHOTO BY TITUS MUSAU
 

Indian Association sponsor borehole pump | Coastweek

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The Indian Association sponsored a borehole pump for the people of Old Town. The current water pump was damaged and the Indian Association through the Co-ordinator, Mr. Vinod Dattani donated this pump so as the needy and the under privilege can have water. The borehole caters for nearly 300 families. Indian Association Managing Trustee, Vinod Dattani [right] and Trustee Amit Bhudeo are seen with the newly installed borehole pump.
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Sarova Whitesands Beach Resort CSR | Coastweek

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Sarova Whitesands Beach Resort and Spa, sales animation team members and regular client Lucky Mueni-Benckert visit children’s orphanage in Mtwapa to carry out their annual corporate social responsibility.

 
 

Teachers at Annual KESSHA Conference | Coastweek

 
Teachers attending the Annual KESSHA Nairobi county conference at Travellers Beach Hotel, Club and Spa in a stretching exercise. Over 100 delegates participated in the one week event.
PHOTO BY TITUS MUSAU
 
 

Powerful Dayliff Automatic Mini Booster Pump | Coastweek

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The DAYLIFF DDP50A is a robust and efficient automatic pressure controlled peripheral impeller booster pump suitable for domestic and small scale applications where on-demand water supply is required. The pump is self priming and is equipped with a diaphragm type pressure vessel and a pressure switch to provide fully automatic operation. Pump construction is a cast iron body with brass insert on the wearing surface and brass impeller. Buy online (https://goo.gl/7MPEc1) or obtain a quotation from your nearest Davis & Shirtliff branch (https://goo.gl/hj8NH8).
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Both local and
Overseas Visitors
Are Most Welcome

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NYALI GOLF and COUNTRY CLUB

Ranked one of the best courses in Kenya.
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Facilities: Golf, swimming, squash and tennis.
Mombasa mainland.18 holes with grass fairways.
Visitors welcome. Handicap not necessary.
Guest policy - Monday, Tuesday, Friday and
other days when there are no competitions. 
Rates: from U.S. $ 12. Dress code: proper golf attire.
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e-mail:
nyaligolf@wananchi.com
website: www.nyaligolf.co.ke

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