ENERGY SAVING IN GYPSUM DECORATION

ENERGY SAVING IN GYPSUM DECORATION

By Eleen Korir The decoration of gypsum has been a trend for the past few years. The most popular decoration are the chandelier, downlights and snake lights. Chandeliers and down lights are usually installed in hallways, living rooms, bedrooms and dining rooms. Snake...

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How Can You Reduce your Carbon Footprint?

How Can You Reduce your Carbon Footprint?

By Emily Gitonga “We only have one planet so take good care of it.” “The world will get to neutrality if we all take part in identifying areas, we can reduce our carbon footprint.” These are some of the phrases we find and hear from different digital platforms that...

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WHERE DID MY MONEY GO?

WHERE DID MY MONEY GO?

By Richard Ojunga It is highly likely that at least at one point in your life, you’ve asked yourself, “Where did my money go?”. This can make you frantically go through all your financial receipts and transaction history. If you’re lucky enough, you might have at...

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STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS FOR THE GOALS

STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS FOR THE GOALS

By Linda Manyala Regional and global partnership development is necessary to drive the strategic goals in business and key factors enabling entry of products and services into new markets. For the energy sector in Kenya and Sub-saharan Africa, the development of...

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The World Energy Day 2022 Theme – Insights

The World Energy Day 2022 Theme – Insights

By Carolyne Gathuru The World Energy Day 2022 theme around which the different WED activities are aligned is “Empowering Energy independence in Africa: Enabling Rural &Urban Renewable Energy Awareness, Access, and Affordability” It is a subject matter whose time...

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The New Face of Waste Management

The New Face of Waste Management

By Linet Njeri I did a brief stint in the manufacturing sector as a brand manager. I was surprised one day to hear some banter between fellow brand managers on how pleased they were to see litter of their brand. For them, it was an indication that people were buying...

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