The Mvita Club held an internal darts tournament on
Saturday 9th September. A total of 20 players took part.
The fun filled evening saw a lot of surprise winners
with new players giving some of the veterans a run for
their money. Fabulous prizes were won by the winners.
Highest score of 112 was achieved by guest player Mr.
Alpesh Khimji. Alpesh Khimji seen receiving the highest
score prize from Bhogie Doshi.
Travellers Beach Hotel,
Club and Spa Executive Chef Charles Shayo [left]
presents a certificate to Ms. Ruth Owisi [right] from
F&B department after she completed a training on Food
Production conducted by Career Training Centre, during a
graduation ceremony held at the hotel. Looking on is the
Hotel’s Financial controller Kumara Guru [second left]
and Reservation Manager Samuel Ziro.
Participants who were
attending the three day Brand and Reputation Management
workshop at Nyali Sun Africa Beach Hotel and spa chat
during the tea break. Over 40 participants were drawn
from different establishment county wide.
Travellers Beach Hotel, Club and Spa General Manager
Freddy Kiuru receives young tourist Cathleen Dietz
[right] and Kim Kuepper, both from Germany on
arrival at the hotel for a holiday. Mr. Kiuru noted
the hotel is now receiving many guests from Europe
who are on long holidays.
Davis and Shirtliff HO have supplied a
borehole pumping installation with Water Treatment
Plant to AWSB for Kibra Primary School which
provides over 48,000 litres of water per day to the
school’s 1,800 pupils as well as the community.
Present at the commissioning were D&S Engineer
Festus Ngeno, Prof. Fred Segor (PS Water), AWSB
Chairman Wachira W. Keen and AWSB Ag. CEO Engineer
NAIVASHA (Xinhua) --
Independent Electoral and Boundaries
Commission (IEBC) Chairman Wafula Chebukati (C)
addresses the press in Naivasha, Kenya, Sept. 11,
2017. The electoral commission on Sunday held a
one-day consultative meeting in Naivasha ahead of
the October 17 rerun presidential election.
Xinhua PHOTO: Robert
Golf, swimming, squash and tennis.
Mombasa mainland.18 holes with grass fairways. Visitors welcome. Handicap not necessary.
- Monday, Tuesday, Friday and
other days when there are no competitions.
Rates: from U.S. $ 12. Dress code: proper golf