NEWS SERVICE REPORTS FROM THE
this week in PHOTOS
Frankline Ocharo Safaricom Head of Consumer Products
and Services, KQ Head of Marketing Jacquie Muhati,
Internet Solutions Managing Director Richard Hechle, and
EASR Limited Director JS Vohra and Rally Manager Pipi
Renu during the launch of the seeded entry list.
PHOTO BY ISHY RENU
Voyager Beach Resort repeat clients Bertram Hadeyer
and Maria Domitei [centre] both from Austria, Europe
receive a warm welcome on arrival from the hotel’s staff
led by restaurant Manager Nixon Mwahenda [second right].
They are [from left] Monica Kinuthia, Winfred Mwende and
Cecelia Mukeli.PHOTO BY
Travelers Beach Hotel,
Club and Spa General Manager Freddie Kiuru receive loyal
client Georg Dietz and his wife Helga from Dettelbach
City in German on arrival for a long holiday. The couple
has been visiting the hotel for over ten years. PHOTO TITUS MUSAU
Members of the Melody
team of the revelation of healing and Repentance
Ministry in rehearsal session at Nyali Sun Africa Beach
Hotel and Spa. The team leader who is also a Mombasa
Advocate Ms. Joy Asiema said the team will be performing
in the Hotel during the upcoming festive season. PHOTO BY
Free water borehole project was donated by Mr.
Jayant Upadhyay and Jayesh Upahyay at Matsangoni
area in loving memory of the late Mrs. Haricha
Upadhyay whereby around 5,500 villagers will benefit
from this project. They also donated 2kg of unga
packets each and 450 packets of juices and biscuits
to around 600 villagers. The villagers thanked the
donors and Mr. Vinod Dattani for the wonderful gift
of water. This is the second borehole project. Seen
[from left] Vinod Dattani popularly known as Charo
Kahindi, Babita Purohit, Dhruvi Upadhyay, Jayshree
Trivedi and Jayant Updhyay all the way from London,
United Kingdom, Jayesh Upadhyay and John Kariuki.
NAIROBI (Xinhua) —
Guests attend the launching ceremony at
Nairobi Terminus of the Mombasa-Nairobi Standard
Gauge Railways (SGR), on Nov. 1, 2017. Kenya’s
ministry of transport on Wednesday launched new
inter-county train service of the SGR with the hope
of further boosting business and tourism along the
PHOTO: LYU SHUAI
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