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YOUR COMPLIMENTARY COPY February - March 2012

FIVE MINUTES WITH...

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VillageBeat

Manager, Ro-Ro Restaurant

David PROFILER Kinyanjui

Taste Awards The Village Market voted Best Food Court A Publication of The Village Market


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Jambo!

Happy New Year

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New Villager

Planet Yogurt now at The Village Market

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Five Minutes with...

Basil Lobo, Manager, Ro-Ro Restaurant

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Village News

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Well Being

Overcoming cholesterol problems

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Profiler

Man who keeps the Superbowl rolling: David Kinyanjui

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Off the Shelf

Book Worm: A quick look at the latest bestsellers For Seasons: Blockbusters on DVD

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Taste Awards

The Village Market is voted Best Food Court

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Village Diary

Upcoming events

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Savour

A berry good way to enjoy good health

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Culture

A chance to furnish the house of your dreams

is published by

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Pictorial

THE VILLAGE MARKET

Village Scene

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Still Here

Roll up, roll up to the best Chinese cuisine in town

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Escape

Bluebay Hotels, Zanzibar

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Essential Contacts & Information

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Grand Draw Winners

The Village Market ‘Shop Local, Win Global’ Christmas promotion Grand Draw winners 2011

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PO Box 100-00621, The Village Market Tel: +254 (20) 712 2488/90 • Fax: +254 (20) 712 2477 Email: pr@villagemarket-kenya.com www.villagemarket-kenya.com Editorial Co-ordinator: Ann Gitari Sales & Advertising: Janet Mbugua, Allan Akoko Marketing Manager: Dominic Mbugua Asst. Marketing Manager: Leah Munyua Distribution: The Village Market Printed by: Modern Lithographic Designed by:

Land & Marine Publications (Kenya) Ltd Suite A6, 1st Floor, Ojijo Plaza Plums Lane, off Ojijo Road, Parklands PO Box 2022, Village Market 00621, Nairobi Tel: +254 (20) 374 1934 • Email: publishing@landmarine.com www.landmarine.com The opinions expressed in this publication are not necessarily those of the editor, or any other organisation associated with this publication. No liability can be accepted for any inaccuracies or omissions.

©2012 The Village Market

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WELCOME

Jambo! Happy New Year!

W

elcome to the first issue of the

Also in this issue, we tell you about New Villager

Village Beat this year.

Planet Yogurt and the place to Escape to this year – Bluebay Hotels, Zanzibar.

We’ve taken time to jam in all the juicy

details of what we have in store for you this year,

With the African summer heat upon us, we share

including the much awaited Ideal Interiors

the benefits of forest berries in our Savour column

Show that will be held in March at The Village

and tell you how to beat constipation in our Well

Market. See this and other news in our Culture

Being column.

and Village News segments. So read on and keep your comments coming.

Award Towards the end of the year, The Village Market earned yet another accolade when we were voted Best Food Court in the Taste Awards 2011. We

Ann Gitari

couldn’t have won without you voting. Thank-you

Press Liaison Officer

for making us your destination of choice. Read all

The Village Market

about this event in this issue.

Email: ann@villagemarket-kenya.com

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NEW VILLAGER

Planet Yogurt now at The Village Market

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lanet Yogurt welcomes you to an experience that excites your taste buds and is great for your health. The outlet’s

frozen yogurt has all the positive benefits of fresh yogurt. Enjoy endless freedom of choice with self-serve avours and mouth-watering toppings Sample the Planet Yogurt menu, which includes Original Tart, Forest Berries Tart, Mango Tart, Passion Fruit Tart, Peach Tart, Pineapple Tart, Pink Grapefruit, Pink Guava Sorbet, Pomegranate Tart, Raspberry, Tree Tomato Tart, Watermelon Sorbet, Chocolate, Coconut Peanut Butter, Pistachio, Vanilla and Strawberry. Their yogurt is calcium-rich and contains less than half of the calories in an ice-cream. All ingredients are natural and healthy and include antioxidants, real fruit and vitamin C. Choose from any of 10 fl avours and 30 toppings. Planet Yogurt is open from 10 am to 10 pm and up to 11 pm on Friday and Saturday.

INFORMATION

PLANET YOGuRT

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Opposite Zucchini Greengrocers Tel: +254 20 3860502/10 Email: info@planetyogurt.co.ke


FIVE MINUTES

Five Minutes with...

BASIL LOBO

Manager, Ro-Ro Restaurant

Village Beat: How many years have you worked

Basil: It’s interesting to see that more and more

at Ro-Ro?

Africans are appreciating Chinese food. Initially, when we opened in Kenya, our African clients had

Basil: 21 years. I first managed the Abu Dhabi

misconceptions about our menu. Now they form a

restaurant for 10 years before coming to Kenya in

large part of our customer base and they appreciate

1999 when we opened a second restaurant at The

the service we offer. Also, diners find it interesting

Village Market.

that an Indian is managing a Chinese restaurant.

Village Beat: Which one do you prefer, The Abu

Village Beat: Unlike most restaurants, Ro-Ro

Dhabi Restaurant or the one at The Village Market?

seems to accommodate large families and groups, with tables seating more than 10. Why?

Basil: I would say both are the same, though I prefer being in Kenya because the weather is

Basil: Ro-Ro appreciates the concept of friends and

more convincing.

family enjoying a good meal. We concentrate more on the quality of our food and the service we offer.

Village Beat: Is it true you’re leaving? Village Beat: What advice would you give to Basil: Yes it’s true. The Abu Dhabi restaurant needs

other restaurant managers?

a manager, and my employer believes I’m the best man for the job. I look forward to interacting with a

Basil: When working for a restaurant, always be

variety of customers, as I have here.

polite and remember the customer is always right. Your smile is the greatest tool you should have

Village Beat: What would you say makes Ro-Ro

with you at all times.

stand out from other Chinese restaurants?

Ro-Ro Restaurant

and the same great taste that our customers look forward to every time they dine with us. Village Beat: Any memorable experience you

INFORMATION

Basil: Our ability to maintain the same menu

Food Court and 3rd Level (above Tamambo Tapas) Tel: +254 20 7123082 Email: dbtaororo@yahoo.com

have had on the job?

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NEWS

VillageNews Bonus Card Events 2012 Exciting Bonus Card events and activities are lined up this year for all Bonus Card members. So as not to miss out on any of them, kindly update your contact details at the Bonus Card desk between 23 January and 23 March. During this period, non-members can also sign up to the Bonus Card programme to earn shopping points.

Bunson Travels moves closer to you Your preferred travel agent has moved closer to you. Bunson Travel Services is now located opposite Zucchini Greengrocers, next to the main entrance. Bunson Travel Service blends its vast experience in corporate travel with the matchless technological strengths of its global partner, Carlson Wagonlit Ltd, allowing you to make smooth connections and reach distant destinations with complete peace of mind. Bunson Travels is privy to some of the world’s most captivating destinations. Whether you’re looking for scorching desert land, snowcapped mountains, soft white beaches, dense leafy jungles or vast sweeping plains with a variety of creatures, Bunson Travel will take you there.

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Ideal Interiors Show The third annual Ideal Interiors Show will be held at The Village Market from 7 to 11 March. The show is a thought-provoking event and one-stop lifestyle experience, with high display standards and a dazzling range of creative interiors for both private and commercial properties. It’s an ideal opportunity for participants as well as show attendants to keep up with the latest design trends, new products, materials, appliances and interiors in the market. So save the date and make a point of attending the Ideal Interiors expo.

www.InteriorsExpo.co.ke

For up to date news and information join us online.

Facebook: Twitter:

THE VILLAGE MARKET

@VillageMarket

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NEWS

VillageNews Village – Parking AUTOMATION OF PARKING The Village Market has installed a fully automated parking control suite. The new parking system is intended to combat the rising problems of parking and to free up more space for the use of shoppers at the centre, while controlling the cost of parking for drive-in shoppers. The system will come into operation on 1 February.

How to use the paid parking facility Step 1: Parking tickets are issued to all motorists entering the mall. Step 2: Ensure that you keep the ticket safely with you at all times. Do not leave the ticket in the vehicle. Step 3: Before returning to your vehicle, please pay or validate payment at one of the pay stations located around the mall. Step 4: After payment, exit the complex within 15 minutes by inserting the validated ticket in the ticket reader available at each exit point. Beyond the 15 minutes additional parking fees are applicable. Note: If you have stayed in the mall for less than 15 minutes, you must still validate your ticket at the pay machine before exiting.

How to pay at the pay stations Step 1: Insert your ticket where indicated on pay machine and read your parking fee due on the display. Step 2: Insert any acceptable combination of coins or notes as displayed on the unit. Step 3: Remember to take your change, if any, from the change tray where indicated on the machine. Step 4: The unit will also issue a receipt for the transaction at the receipt tray. Step 5: Take your validated ticket and proceed to exit in less than 15 minutes.

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NEW PARKING RATES The new parking rates are: Duration

Parking fee (in KES)

0-15 mins....................................................... Free 16-60 mins....................................................50.00 1-2 hrs ..........................................................80.00

The Village Market parking facility: use, terms & conditions Parking terms & conditions: 1. By parking your vehicle inside The Village Market car park, you are accepting all terms and conditions displayed throughout the complex. These terms apply at all times.

4-5 hrs ........................................................200.00

2. All vehicles are driven and parked within The Village Market at their owners’ risk. No valuables should be left inside the vehicles. Management accepts no responsibility for loss or theft of such items.

5-6 hrs ........................................................300.00

3. Applicable and displayed parking rates apply to all without exceptions.

2-3 hrs ........................................................120.00 3-4 hrs ........................................................150.00

Thereafter .................................. 100.00 per hour 6 pm-midnight............................50.00 (flat rate)

4. All pay stations are clearly marked within the mall for ease of payment. No refunds will be made under any circumstance.

Customer monthly fee .........................4,000.000

5. Parking tickets are NOT transferable.

Overnight................................................1,500.00

6. Tickets issued do NOT guarantee availability of free parking slots.

Lost ticket ...............................................1,000.00

For assistance Attendants at pay stations and exits will be happy to help if you should require any assistance with using the parking management system. You may also call 020-7122488 or email admin@ villagemarket-kenya.com for help and information. If you wish to communicate with us, kindly direct your correspondence to: The Parking Administrator Management Office PO Box 200-00621 The Village Market, Nairobi. Thank you for your patronage. We hope you have a great shopping and recreation experience at The Village Market.

7. Lost tickets will strictly attract a KES 1,000 penalty. 8. Use of the parking facility to offer, distribute, sell or hire out goods or services is strictly prohibited.

Disclaimer The Village Market Management shall: 1. Take all reasonable care to secure the mall. However, directors and management will not guarantee the security of your vehicle or its valuables. 2. Accept no liability for any claims whatsoever by the user or any other persons, whether for loss or damage to the user and/or any other person or to the user’s vehicle. 3. Retain the right to amend these terms and conditions and any parking fees, without any notice. 4. Reserve the right of admission.

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Overcoming

cholesterol problems

T

So when does cholesterol become the ‘bad guy’? Our bodies make all the cholesterol we need for good health. Bad cholesterol comes from a poor diet and provides no benefit but, on the contrary, clogs our arteries. The nature of cholesterol present in processed foods, whether it be starch, fat or protein, is totally different from fresh foods, including fresh cow’s milk. The very nature of processed foods is HARMFUL. Refined foods are fibreless and nutrient-less.

he risk of high cholesterol is growing at

Over-consumption of these foods eventually leads

an alarming rate in today’s fast-paced

to obesity, diabetes, a rise in the bad cholesterol

modern society. In one line: change

and impaired blood vessels. If we follow a healthy

your diet, change your habits, change your

way of eating a selection of natural foods, the

lifestyle.

cholesterol present in the food we take, plus the quantity and nature of cholesterol our liver

What is cholesterol?

produces, will be beneficial.

Cholesterol is a fatty substance that is an

Atherosclerosis

important part of the outer lining of our cells. It is

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manufactured in the liver and transported through

Atherosclerosis is the hardening and thickening

the bloodstream to the sites of body where it

of the walls of the arteries due to deposits of

is needed. Cholesterol helps to perform several

fat. It increases the risk of heart attack and

essential physiological functions. There are two

stroke. When food is processed and stored in

forms of cholesterol: low-density lipoprotein (LDL)

certain ways, some of the fatty substances and

commonly called ‘bad cholesterol’, and high-

cholesterol change into a chalky material which

density lipoprotein (HDL) or ‘good cholesterol’.

our bodies cannot utilise. When we eat these

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WELL BEING stale type foods, some of this non-food material

per cent. Some of the best soluble fi bre-rich foods

becomes semi-permanently lodged in our arteries.

are oatmeal, barley, lentils, Brussels sprouts, peas, beans (kidney, lima), apples, blackberries, pears,

These deteriorated fats are highly resistant and

raisins, oranges, grapefruit, dates, fi gs, prunes,

durable, being similar to dried paint and soap

apricots, broccoli and sweet potato.

or to the hard chalky cakes that clog kitchen grease traps. In general, food which has been

If we follow a healthy way of eating, the cholesterol present in the food we consume will be beneficial

ground, pickled or smoked (such as corned beef and sausage), long soaked in water (such as tinned foods), fried products (such as chevdo or crisps) or overheated and browned foods (for example, when onions are burnt) is likely to cause clogged arteries. Foods which increase chances of atherosclerosis:

• Omega-3 fats and monounsaturated fats: Flaxseed oils are especially rich in omega-3 fatty acids. In multiple studies over the past 15 years,

• Saturated fats: They are found in animal-based

people who ate diets high in omega-3s had 30 to

foods, including meats, butter, whole-milk dairy

40 per cent reductions in heart disease. Omega-

products (including cheese and ice cream) and

3s seem to raise HDL (good cholesterol), reduce

poultry skin. They are also found in some high-fat

infl ammation, reduce high blood pressure, decrease

plant foods, including palm oil. Many studies have

triglycerides, help to make blood thinner and less

shown that, by replacing saturated fat with olive

sticky, therefore unlikely to clot. So omega-3s affect

oil or nuts (monounsaturated fat), you can reduce

nearly every risk factor for heart disease.

LDL-cholesterol by signifi cant amounts. • Monounsaturated fats: There is evidence that • Trans fats: These are developed in the laboratory

substituting olive oil for saturated fat and low-

to improve the shelf life of processed foods.

quality refi ned carbohydrates can lower LDL-

But, calorie for calorie, trans fats are even more

cholesterol and increase HDL-cholesterol.

dangerous than saturated fats. Most margarines contain trans fats. Trans fats are found in many

Best foods for monounsaturated fats include

packaged baked foods, potato chips, snack foods,

cold pressed oils of olives, sunfl ower, sesame,

fried foods, and fast food that use or create

canola and grape seed. Other food items are

‘hydrogenated oils’.

avocados, macadamia nuts, hazelnuts, pecans, almonds, cashews and pistachio nuts.

By substituting olive oil or pure vegetable oil calories, you can reduce your risk of heart disease by 53 per cent.

What to take • Soluble fi bre: This helps reduce cholesterol

INFORMATION

for trans fats in just two per cent of your daily E-mail your queries to our writer: Dr Komal Shah (Naturopathic Doctor, Yoga Therapist and Nutritionist) at: info@healthinyourhands.co.ke Or call 0737 471 300

by grabbing onto cholesterol and escorting it through your digestive system and out of your

ELIXIR HEALTH

body. It also may reduce the intestinal absorption

Level 2, Above Food Court Tel: +254 (0)20 712 0217 Email: elixirhealth@nbi.ispkenya.com

of cholesterol as well. Research has shown that eating an additional 5 to 10 grams of soluble fi bre per day can reduce LDL cholesterol by three to fi ve

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PROFILER

PROFILER

Man who keeps the Superbowl rolling David Kinyanjui, Bowling Technician

H

is tall, lean frame doesn’t give away

“Unlike the jobs I had in the past, my current post

his age, especially when he is wearing

at Superbowl has given me a chance to interact

the cap that fits snugly on his head.

with more people,” says David. “When you’re

With his swift pace and agile body, he looks

working behind a refrigerator, sometimes no one

nothing like his 47 years – yet his job might be

will ever know you’re there.”

challenging to anyone in their twenties. For 12 years, David Kinyanjui has been working

Working

in the Recreation Department as a bowling

When he is not on duty, David is busy working,

technician. His is a technical job that requires a

repairing electronic equipment for private clients.

high level of training, expertise and experience.

The father of two also likes to spend time with his children. His son has just joined Form 4, while his

David began his career in 1985 at the Serena

daughter is in Class 6.

Lodges and Hotels in Amboseli. While there, he oversaw the maintenance and repair of the refrigeration equipment. In 1988 the company he worked for at the time secured a large contract with the armed forces. David was immediately reassigned to handle the electrical maintenance and repairs, a job that for nearly

'Unlike the jobs I had in the past, my current post at Superbowl has given me a chance to interact with more people'

10 years saw him travel to all the army bases in the country. As one of the Management's lead technicians, Later, David joined The Village Market at the

David offers advice to his younger peers: “Be

launch of Superbowl. With training, he learned

obedient and patient,” he says. “If you have a

how to repair and maintain the bowling system,

problem, share it with your supervisor and try to

a job he says has given him a chance to meet

solve it together. But, most of all, respect your

customers.

peers and communicate well with them.”

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OFF THE SHELF

LOOK AT ME

Book Worm A quick look at the latest bestsellers

Author: Jennifer Egan Price: KES 1,620 Reconstructive facial surgery after a car crash so alters Manhattan model Charlotte Swenson that, within the fashion world, where one’s look is oneself, she is unrecognisable. Seeking a new image, Charlotte engages in an internet experiment that may both save and damn her. As her story eerily converges with that of a plain, unhappy teenager – another Charlotte – it raises tantalizing questions about identity and reality in contemporary Western culture. Jennifer Egan’s bold, innovative novel, demonstrating her virtuosity at weaving a spellbinding, ambitious tale with dazzling use of language, captures the spirit of our times and offers an unsettling glimpse into the future.

EAGLES Author: Anthony Dyer Price: KES 1,880 This book tells the stories of the fl ying exploits of four East African National Park wardens. These tales are not only about fl ying, for – reading between the lines of their logbooks – they tell of the adventure-packed lives of four dedicated pioneer conservationists. They are warriors and patriots. They are blessed with wives and children who shared their lives. Their many years of service to the National Parks, and to conservation in general, spanned most of the formative years of the National Parks of East Africa.

BEYOND WHITE MISCHIEF: The Memoirs of a Tea Planter’s Wife Author: Sheila Ward Price: KES 2,210 When Sheila Ward went off to RADA to train as an actress in the early 1950s, she had no idea of the stormy path her life would take. After a short career as an actress in rep, with all the joys of juggling different roles and the comic possibilities of living in grim digs on very little money, she met and married a tea planter and went off to live in Africa. Through Sheila’s diaries, life in Africa springs into sharp relief as she learns to live with snakes, bugs and recalcitrant servants. Sheila and her husband have four children and gradually adapt to a very different way of life. She meets the author Gerald Durrell, and Joy and George Adamson of Elsa the lioness fame, entertains fellow expats and learns to love the unique terrain of Kenya’s hills. But this seemingly charmed life is marred by a family tragedy, and a growing mistrust between Sheila and her husband. Family life begins to break down, and Sheila has to face the loneliness and heartbreak of living in a foreign country in an empty marriage. With a devastating honesty, Sheila Ward’s diaries document these diffi cult years, and her determination to build a new life for herself and face the future with impressive optimism.

WHEN GOD WAS A RABBIT Author: Sarah Winman

I N F O R M AT I O N

BOOKS AVAILABLE AT:

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Westlands Sundries Level 1, Opposite Steers Tel: +254 20 7122437 Email: wsundries@nbi.ispkenya.com

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Price: KES 960 This is a book about a brother and a sister. It’s about childhood and growing up, friendships and families, triumph and tragedy and everything in between. More than anything, it’s a book about love in all its forms.


For Seasons Blockbusters on DVD

THE WALKING DEAD Creator: Frank Darabont Starring: Matt Lucas, David Walliams and Tom Baker

THE WIRE

Genre: Drama, Horror, Thriller

Creator: David Simon Starring: Dominic West, John Damon, Deirdre Lovejoy

Police offi cer Rick Grimes leads a group of survivors in a world overrun by zombies.

Genre: Crime, Drama, Mystery

Set in Baltimore, this show centres on the inner-city drug scene. It starts as mid-level drug dealer D’Angelo Barksdale beats a murder rap. Det. James McNulty is assigned to lead a joint homicide and narcotics team to bring down D’Angelo’s uncle, drug kingpin Avon Barksdale. The supervisor of the investigation, Lt. Cedric Daniels, has to deal with his own problems, including corrupt bureaucracy, detectives beating suspects, the hard-headed but determined Det. McNulty, and a blackmailing deputy. Meanwhile, Avon Barksdale, accompanied by his right-hand man, Stringer Bell and his enforcer, Wee-Bey, has to deal with law enforcement, informants in his own camp and competition with a local rival.

GARROW’S LAW Creator: Tony Marchant Starring: Andrew Buchan, Lyndsey Marshal and Rupert Graves Genre: Biography, Drama

Garrow’s Law is the true tale of barrister William Garrow, who acted as counsel for the accused, introducing the ‘innocent until proven guilty’ theory to London’s Old Bailey. Guided by mentor Southouse and driven by the affections of a married woman, Garrow goes against the judicial system, changing the path of law and order forever..

THE 10TH KINGDOM Starring: Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Scott Cohen and John Larroquette Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Family

A young woman named Virginia and her father, Tony, are lured into a land where fairy tales are real. The adventure is only beginning, however, for the longer they stay in the land of fairy tales, the more their lives become one.

INFORMATION

Creator: Simon Moore

TO BORROW ORIGINAL DVDs VISIT: Moviebuster, Level 1, Opposite Steers Tel: 0715 818774 or 0732 242294 Email: moviebusterkenya@gmail.com Web: www.moviebusterkenya.com

*KES 2,500 registration fee and KES 200 per DVD borrowed. First four rentals free with new membership sign-up. Home delivery and pick-up also available.

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Taste Awards: The Village Market is voted Best Food Court

The excitement began with a letter from the Taste Awards team dated 15 November 2011. It read, in part, as follows: The Village Market Management, We are delighted to inform you that The Village Market has been selected as a nominee for the Taste Bar & Restaurant Awards 2011 under the People’s Choice Award for Best Food Court. The Taste Awards, in partnership with Eat Out, Heineken, and MasterCard, are about recognising and celebrating our vibrant dining and entertainment culture. The People’s Choice Awards are open to public voting and winners will be determined by the number of votes received. These awards reflect those that Nairobi residents believe are the best. All votes will be audited by DBO East Africa. Yours sincerely,

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TASTE AWARDS

LEFT: The Village Market’s managing director, Hamed Ehsani, receives the People’s Choice Taste Award for Best Food Court from Kiss 100 radio presenter Caroline Mutoko. Looking on are Ami Shah (left) and Shreya Karia, organisers of the Taste Awards 2011

O

n the evening of 1 December 2011, in a rain-soaked Nairobi, media personalities, local and international

celebrities, hoteliers, chefs and restaurateurs gathered at the Tribe Hotel for the glitzy Taste Awards ceremony. The awards had been divided into two main groups: the People’s Choice awards and the

were left to a panel of judges. Among them were

Premier awards. Winners in the first category

Kiss FM’s Caroline Mutoko, Capital FM’s Laura

were determined by public voting, while the latter

Walubengo and Heineken general manager Kevin Barron as well as Ole Sereni’s Ghulam Samdani and beverage specialist Brian Owango. Tribe Hotel’s chef, Luca Molteni, provided guests with a variety of sumptuous samplings that included smoked salmon and tortellini as well as mousses and truffles for dessert.

People’s Choice Award Over 10,000 online votes were received for the People’s Choice Award and The Village Market was voted Best Food Court. Other establishments at The Village Market that won awards that night included Tribe Hotel’s Nest for Best Hotel Bar, Artcaffe for Best Business Lunch and Tamambo for Best Continental/Grill – four award-winning destinations in one shopping mall. Thank you for voting for us and for making our Food Court your dining place of choice.

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VILLAGE DIARY

Village Diary

Feb 2012

17 to 27 February

Casa Bella Furniture Exhibition Time: 10 am to 6 pm Venue: New Exhibition Hall

16 to 26 February

MANJANO: Nairobi County Visual Exhibition 2012 Time: 10 am to 6 pm Venue: Old Exhibition Hall

March 2012 7 to 12 March

Ideal Interiors Show Time: 10 am to 6 pm Venue: Rooftop parking

23 to 31 March

‘Gifted Hands’: An Exhibition by Umoja Art Gallery Time: 10 am to 6 pm

INFORMATION

Venue: Old Exhibition Hall

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For more information about any of the events contact The Village Market Management: Tel: +254 (0)20 712 2488-90 Email: pr@villagemaket-kenya.com Facebook Page: The Village Market Twitter Handle: @VillageMarket

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SAVOUR

A berry good way to enjoy good health

C

ool off this African summer with a

diabetics. Its ultimate effect on the body makes

healthy serving of forest berries. These

you look and feel young. You can have a forest

include strawberries, blueberries,

berry mix in whole fruit or fresh juice.

raspberries, blackberries, redcurrants and blackcurrants.

Tips for enjoying healthy berries

There is a worldwide interest in forest berries

1. Eat 100 grams of berries per day

and their beneficial health effects. Medical and nutritional studies show that forest berries can form a significant component of a healthy diet

2. Berries are a light food to munch on. Replace salty snacks with nutritious low-calorie berries.

owing to their: 3. You can make quick, tasty snacks by combing • High fibre content

berries with plain yogurt, soy yogurt, cottage

• Health-promoting seed oils

cheese, curd cheese and various kinds of nuts,

• High content of vitamins C and E

seeds or bran.

• High content of potassium and other minerals • Low energy content • Low sodium content.

4. To make delicious and healthy milkshakes and beverages, combine berries with berry juice, plain yogurt, buttermilk, milk, water, soy or oat milk and different sorts of seeds or nuts.

Forest berries contain at least as much vitamin C as commonly consumed fruits and vegetables. They also contain a high concentration (80 to 90

5. Combine berry juice with mineral water for a refreshing summer drink.

per cent) of water and are therefore low energy foodstuffs. The oil content of forest berries is

6. Partly frozen berries with chocolate, caramel or

of high quality as it consists of essential health-

vanilla sauce can be served as a quick dessert,

promoting fatty acids. Most of the oil is held in

even on special occasions.

the seeds. For this reason, berry seeds should not be discarded during food preparation. Forest berries contain no cholesterol.

7. You can make a refreshing summer treat by puréeing fresh berries with ice cream.

Health benefits

Forest berry mix is available at Amadeus Bakery

Forest berry juice detoxifies the liver, kidney,

forest berries or forest berry juice at Zucchini

spleen and colon. It also rejuvenates the skin and

Greengrocers for as little as KES 220.

in the Food Court. You can also can buy

boosts the immune system while strengthening the bones. Forest berry juice is also ideal for

Facts courtesy of: www.arctic-flavours.fi

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A chance to furnish the house of your dreams Ideal Interiors Show 2012

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CULTURE

T

he third annual Ideal Interiors Show will be held at The Village Market from 7 to 11 March 2012.

This year’s show is entitled ‘Celebrating Your Space’ and has been sponsored by Ideal Standards and Ideal Interiors. materials and appliances and to find out what Humphrey Odhiambo, of event organisers Real

interiors consumers want for their homes.

Wealth, told Village Beat that this year’s Ideal Interiors Expo would be richly enhanced with a diversity of purpose.

Kitchen & Bathroom Awards A feature of the four-day event will be the Kitchen

“If anything, by today’s standards, the event is

& Bathroom Awards, geared at promoting the

evidently East Africa’s interiors industry’s biggest

interiors business in both these categories and to

expo and is therefore a must diarize and a must

effectively showcasing the various products.

attend,” he said. The Kitchen & Bathroom Awards will recognise International design power houses, locally based

excellence in the design, construction and

suppliers and designers will be there to set and

installation of kitchens and bathrooms in the

mark a new beginning of interiors for every

region today. Award winners and participants can

budget. Event categories that will be showcasing

expect to gain benefits and exposure from their

this year include:

achievements in their quest for excellence.

• Home technology and entertainment • Wall surfacing and painting firms

Thought-provoking event

• Lights and lighting solutions

The Ideal Interiors Show is a thought-provoking

• Furniture and furnishing companies

event and a one-stop lifestyle experience, with

• Relocating and moving services

high display standards and a dazzling range of

• Kitchens and kitchen appliances

creative interiors for both private and commercial

• Bathrooms and fittings • Curtains and windows

properties. It is an ideal opportunity for both participants and show visitors to keep up with the latest design trends, products, materials,

• Antiques and arts.

appliances and interiors in the market.

The ideal host

So save the date and make a point of attending the Ideal Interiors Expo from 7 to 12 March at The

The Village Market is pleased to host the Ideal

Village Market.

Interiors Show and is honoured to be chosen as an ideal venue for the event. Moreover, the show gives The Village Market a great opportunity to present top offerings within the interiors industry to discerning clientele who want a platform with the best display, in a retail setting, and superior interiors that satisfy their tastes and requirements. The Ideal Interiors Show will give both participants and Village Market shoppers a chance to keep up with the latest design trends, new products,

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Village Scene 8 1 Village Market staff warm up before engaging in team-building activities during the annual staff Fun Day. 2 Hyundai activation at The Village Market main entrance. 3 Guests admire a display of pottery at the ‘Awakening’ art exhibition by Waithira Chege and Monika Rekhi.

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4 MC Barbara Petty (right) shares a light moment with a guests at the ‘Awakening’ art exhibition by Waithira Chege and Monika Rekhi. 5 Monika Rekhi’s paintings on display. 6 A painting by Franny Simpson on display at her art exhibition, ‘Off the Wall’, at The Village Market new exhibition hall. 7 Franny Simpson (right) discusses her art with guests at the official opening of her exhibition, ‘Off the Wall’.

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8 Sharon Gent chats with a young guest at the official opening of Franny Simpson’s art exhibition, ‘Off the Wall’ 9 A neat display of Franny Simpson’s paintings at The Village Market new exhibition hall. 10 The Village Market’s managing director, Hamed Ehsani (fourth from left), receives a painting from artists of the Bobea Art Centre. The gift was presented to the MD in appreciation of his promotion of local art and local artists in Kenya. 11 Students from the International School

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of Kenya entertain shoppers and diners at The Village Market food court during the festive season.

13 Youngsters from various children’s homes pictured with Village Market staff at the annual Charity Homes Party at The Village Market water park. 14 Some of Jutta Gavidia-Wilhelm’s creations at her art exhibition at the Tribe Hotel. 15 The Village Market’s assistant complex manager, Betty Musyoki (left), shares a light moment with Jutta Gavidia-Wilhelm, of Pinkopallino Design, at her art exhibition at the Tribe Hotel. 16 An art piece on display at the ‘Marvel of Creation’ exhibition by Edwin Kwalanda at The Village Market new exhibition hall. 17 Village Market staff (from right) Leah Munyua, Alice Kanaiza, Ann Gitari and Jane Ndung’u serve children from various homes at the annual Charity Homes Party at The Village Market water park. 18 From right: Alan Curry, regional director of the British Council, with glass engraver Edwin Kwalanda and his wife, Maureen, pictured with Caroline Odandi and Charlie Wambua of Matibabu Foundation at Edwin Kwalanda’s art exhibition, ‘Marvel of Creation’, at The Village Market. 19 A Village Market shopper picks a winning coupon in the grand draw of the ‘Shop Local, Win Global’ festive season promotion. 20 The Village Market’s managing director, Hamed Ehsani (left), confirms the winning coupon in the presence of William Ogolla, of the Betting Control & Licensing Board, during the grand draw of the ‘Shop Local, Win Global’ festive season promotion.

12 Art pieces on display at an exhibition by Jutta Gavidia-Wilhelm at the Tribe Hotel.

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STILL HERE

Roll up, roll up to the best Chinese cuisine in town

Meals are reasonably priced and served in large portions that may prove hard to finish if one is not careful

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Ro-Ro Restaurant

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o-Ro’s history dates back to 1984 when the late Pak Tao opened the first restaurant in Abu Dhabi. Mrs

Tao named the restaurant Ro-Ro after her daughter, who had died in a road accident two years earlier. In 1999 Pak Tao opened a second branch at The

cooked to perfection – not greasy or overly spiced

Village Market shopping mall in Kenya and, for

– with interesting additions such as cashew nuts

13 years, lovers of Chinese food have enjoyed a

to give the meal a rare and sumptuous flavour.

sumptuous array of meals at Ro-Ro.

Both vegetarian and non-vegetarian meals may be served with stir-fried rice or noodles.

However, the attraction of the restaurant is not confined to its good food. The decor is very distinctive, with elements of Chinese tradition in

Reasonable prices

the furniture and decor. Even the curtain blinds

Meals are reasonably priced and served in large

are embroidered with Chinese designs. The room’s

portions that may prove hard to finish if one is not

dominant colour is red, the Chinese colour of

careful. Drinks vary from cold freshly squeezed

luck, and this complements the imported artistic

juices to a wide selection of alcoholic and non-

features of the restaurant.

alcoholic drinks from the bar.

Extensive menu

Ro-Ro has table settings for various numbers

The extensive Ro-Ro menu offers a wide variety of

to 12. Large windows ensure the restaurant is

of diners, from couples to large groups of up

dishes from which to choose. For starters, guests can

never stuffy and its location on the top level of

enjoy spring rolls, hot and sour soup, sweetcorn soup

The Village Market ensures a quiet and relaxing

or steamed dumplings. Fried potatoes, fried spare ribs,

ambience away from the bustling shops below.

chicken wings or prawns in garlic are also available. Ro-Ro can also be found at the Food Court, Although it is divided into vegetarian and non-

serving the same great meals as in the restaurant.

vegetarian meals, the main course menu is very extensive. Vegetarians can choose from Chinese cabbage and mushroom or eggplant with garlic. The oil, making them non greasy. The amount of spice put into the meal is left to the guests to decide. The non-vegetarian carte du jour includes poultry,

Ro-Ro Restaurant INFORMATION

colourful mix of vegetables is stir-fried in very little

Food Court and 3rd Level (above Tamambo Tapas

Tel: +254 20 7123082 Email: dbtaororo@yahoo.com

lamb, seafood, pork and beef. These, too, are

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Bluebay Hotels, Zanzibar B

luebay Hotels, Zanzibar, offers a collection of three luxurious hotels on the beautiful island

of Zanzibar. They are Bluebay Beach Resort & Spa, Sultan Sands Island Resort and Beyt al Chai.

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Escape

Bluebay Beach Resort & Spa

Sultan Sands Island Resort

Beyt al Chai

This five-star resort is a flagship hotel of

This magical four-star African resort has a

on the famous Kekele Square. It was

the group. It is located on the north-east

distinctive design, with bedroom cottages

once Zanzibar’s traditional tea house for

coast of Zanzibar Island in an area known

built in African-style rondavels. It is located

the sultans, who would meet there to

as Kiwengwa, only 45 minutes’ drive

next to the Blue Bay Beach Resort & Spa.

enjoy varieties of spiced tea – a specialty

Beyt al Chai is a five-room boutique hotel

from Zanzibar town/airport.

of the house to this day. Rooms have split-level air conditioning

The hotel is set in well-kept landscaped

with ceiling fans. They come with either

Beyt al Chai is within walking distance

gardens with bedroom cottages built

twin beds or one king-sized bed. All

of the attractions and landmarks of

on rising ground overlooking the main

rooms have mosquito nets, a separate

Zanzibar town.

gardens and the white sandy beach. All

dressing area, an en-suite bathroom with

rooms are air conditioned and have either

shower and a sitting area opening out

The hotel is on three floors. All rooms are

twin four-poster beds or a king-sized bed

to the veranda. A minibar, telephone

air conditioned and are richly furnished

with mosquito net, en-suite bathroom

and satellite TV are also available. The

with bright-coloured organza and silk

with shower, a separate dressing area

hotel has two restaurants, two bars

curtains that billow in the breeze around

with hairdryer, safe, minibar, satellite TV

and a lounge. Facilities include a large

genuine antiques, some of which date

and a spacious veranda.

freshwater swimming pool. Other

back to the days of the sultan.

facilities are shared with Bluebay Beach The hotel has a choice of two restaurants

Resort & Spa. The resort is within easy

Beyt al Chai Restaurant, located on the

and two bars.

walking distance of all the attractions

ground floor, is the main feature of the

and landmarks of Zanzibar town.

hotel, providing a fine dining experience.

There are facilities for a range of water sports include windsurfing, canoeing and sailing and a PADI dive centre. Other sports available include table tennis, darts, pool, billiards and beach volleyball. The hotel has a large freshwater swimming pool with a children’s area and an adjoining open-air Jacuzzi. There is a well equipped fitness centre and the hotel has a children’s club. The hotel has a tropical island spa called the Oasis where all treatments are based on fresh, locally grown natural ingredients. On offer is a choice of tailor-made spa facials, body treatments and massages as well as other beauty regimens.

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Essential Contacts & Information All Times News Stand Monday to Friday: 8 am to 8 pm Sunday: 10 am to 8 pm

Tel: 0736 313345/ 0720 695114 Email: atmina@villagemarket-kenya.com

Barclays Bank Prestige Centre Monday to Saturday: 8.30 am to 8.30pm Sunday: 10 am to 4 pm

Tel: +254 20 7122741/ 7120042/ 7121963 Email: prestige.village-market@barclays.com

Belladonna Pharmacy Monday to Saturday: 8.30 am to 8.30 pm Sunday & Public Holidays: 10 am to 7.30 pm

Shifaz Veterinary Clinic

Monday to Friday: 9 am to 6pm Saturdays: 9 am to 3pm Sundays & Public Holidays: Closed

Monday to Friday: 9 am to 6 pm Saturday: 9 am to 12 noon Sunday: 10 am to 11 am Public Holidays: On appointment

Tel: +254 20 7121072/241 +254 20 6422790-9

Tel: +254 7124166/ 0722 511761 0733 775064

Email: contact@kenya-airways.com

Kenya Commercial Bank Monday to Friday: 8.30 am to 6.30pm Saturday: 8.30 am to 4 pm Sundays & Public Holidays: Closed

Superbowl Monday to Thursday: 9 am to 11 pm Friday to Sunday: 9 am to 12 midnight

Tel: +254 20 7123141 Email: recreation@villagemarket-kenya.com

Tel: +254 7122012/ 003 +254 20 7120483

The Village Market Taxi Service

Email: admin@belladonnapharmacy.com

Management & Security Office

Tel: 0717 207662

Bonus Card

Monday to Saturday: 8.30 am to 5 pm Sundays & Public Holidays: 10 am to 5.30 pm

Village Dental Clinic

Tel: +254 20 7122141 / 0735 122147

Monday to Saturday: 8.30 am to 5.30 pm Sunday: 10 am to 5 pm

Tel: +254 20 7122488/90

Tel: +254 20 7122488/90 Email: admin@villagemarket-kenya.com

Available 24hrs daily

Monday to Friday: 9 am to 5 pm Saturday: 9 am to 12.30pm

Email: bonuscard@villagemarket-kenya.com

Nakumatt Supermarket

Tel: +254 20 7122460/ 025 0 733 8365081/ 0722 154903

Bunson Travel

Monday to Sunday: 8.30 am to 8 pm

Email: villagedental@nbi.ispkenya.com

Monday to Friday: 8.30 am to 5 pm Sunday: 9.30 am to 12noon

Tel: +254 20 7121235/7124757/7122080 Email: info@bunsontravel.co.ke

Commercial Bank of Africa (CBA) Monday to Friday: 9 am to 4 pm Saturday: 9 am to 12noon Sunday & Public Holidays: Closed

Tel: +254 20 7120263/346 0710 60235/ 0737 800170

Tel: +254 20 7122507/8/9 Email: mgrvillage@nakumatt.net

NIC Bank Monday to Friday: 9 am to 4 pm Saturday: 9 am to 11.30pm Sundays & Public Holidays: Closed

Tel: +254 20 2888791-4 0720 365036/ 0720 364993/ 0711 041791-4

Technology House Kenya Ltd Monday to Friday: 9 am to 5 pm Saturday: 9 am to 5 pm Sunday: 10 am to 4 pm

Tel: +254 20 7122905 0722 510343 / 0734 510343 Email: shrikesh@techhouse.co.ke

Tintoria Drycleaners

Email: moveinfo@nic-bank.com

Monday to Saturday: 7 am to 7 pm Sunday: Closed

Phoenix Safaris

Tel: +254 20 7122984

Monday to Friday: 10 am to 5 pm Saturday: 10 am to 2pm Sunday: 11am to 2pm

Monday to Friday: 7.30pm to 6pm Saturday: 8.30 am to 5 pm Sundays & Public Holidays: 11 am to 5 pm

Tribe Hotel

Tel: +254 20 7121581/419/548 +254 20 2774224

Email: info@phoenix-safaris.de

Chase Bank

DHL Monday to Friday: 9.30 am to 6pm Saturday: 9.30 am to 4.30pm

Tel: +254 20 7124172

Diamond Trust Bank Monday to Friday: 8 am to 8 pm Sundays & Public Holidays: 8 am to 4 pm

Tel: +254 20 7122270/ 7122271/ 2357982 0 711 300003/ 0733 440074 Email: info@dtbkenya.co.ke

Dormans Coffee Monday to Thursday: 8 am to 6.30 pm Friday & Saturday: 8.30 am to 10 pm Sundays & Public Holidays: 10 am to 7 pm

Tel: +254 20 7122068/ 7124004 Email: dorman@village.co.ke

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Kenya Airways Sales & Ticketing Office

Tel: +254 20 7122254/ 7121942

Post Office Monday to Friday: 9 am to 1 pm Saturday: 8.30 am to 5 pm Sundays & Public Holidays: 11 am to 5 pm

Tel: +254 20 7121830/ 0735 764673

Email: tintoria@wananchi.com

Reservations Desk

Tel: +254 20 7200000 Email: tribe@villagemarket-kenya.com

Village Market Forex Bureau Monday to Friday: 9.30 am to 5.30pm Saturday: 10 am to 5 pm Sunday: 10 am to 4 pm

Prime Cuts Butchery

Tel: +254 20 7122126/ 7120733 +254 20 7122901/473

Monday to Saturday: 9 am to 6pm Sunday: 9 am to 3pm

Zucchini Greengrocers

Tel: +254 20 2199300/ 3513506

Monday to Sunday: 9 am to 7 pm

Email: butchery@primecuts.co.ke

Safaricom Customer Care Centre Monday to Friday: 9 am to 6 pm Saturday: 9 am to 5 pm Sundays & Public Holidays: 10 am to 4 pm

Tel: 0722 002372 Email: villagemarket@safaricom.co.ke

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Tel: +254 20 7120403


The Village Market ‘Shop Local, Win Global’ Christmas promotion Grand Draw winners 2011

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season promotion came to an end on 14 January.

8. Two nights for two at Tsavo West National Park courtesy of Tsavo River Hippo Safari Lodge

Fifty lucky shoppers who took part in the promotion

Winner: MENANDRO MAYORDOMO

he Village Market’s ‘Shop Local, Win Global’ festive

Coupon: 013127

walked away with exciting holiday packages and an like to thank all shoppers, tenants, sponsors and staff who

9. One set of passenger car tyres courtesy of Kingsway Tyres

made this promotion a success.

Winner: BELLINE GRIFFITH

Below is a list of the winners of the ‘Shop Local, Win Global’

10. Two nights for one at Mara Siria Tented Camp, Masai Mara, courtesy of Phoenix Safaris

assortment of gift vouchers. The Village Market would

promotion:

Winner: ALAN PURSER

1. Five nights luxury stay for two at The Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Kuala Lumpur-Malaysia Winner: ANA SIONGOK

Coupon: 041263

Coupon: 021227

Coupon: 017828

11. Double room for two nights at Keekorok Lodge, Maasai Mara Game Reserve, courtesy of Sun Africa Hotels Winner: MRS BHARTI SHAH

Coupon: 018618

2. One-week stay for four at Mwembe Resort, Malindi courtesy of Vacation Advisor Kenya

12. Two nights at Nyali International Beach Hotel

Winner: PATRICK

Winner: AMIT PATEL

Coupon: 019861

Coupon: 027578

3. Two nights for two at Rhino River Camp

13. Two nights at Nyali International Beach Hotel

Winner: MILLICENT ONYANGO

Winner: RABECCA EMELI

Coupon: 009181

Coupon: 009610

4. One set of 4x4 tyres courtesy of Kingsway Tyres

14. Two nights at Nyali International Beach Hotel

Winner: LIEBE SAVAGE

Winner: JULIET

Coupon: 025050

5. Two nights at Ocean Village Diani courtesy of Bunson Travel Services Winner: CHARLES MBUI

Coupon: 021469

15. Two nights at Nyali International Beach Hotel. Winner: HASMITA BHARTI

Coupon: 006765

Coupon: 006174

16. Two nights at Nyali International Beach Hotel 6. Two nights for two at Impala Wildlife Lodge courtesy of Tsavo River Hippo Safari Lodge

Winner: SUSAN KAMAU

Winner: HELGA OHANY

17. Two nights at Nyali International Beach Hotel

Coupon: 0289654

Winner: THITERA SHARIF

Coupon: 0384466

Coupon: 026177

7. Two nights for two at Bluebay Beach Resort & Spa Winner: ANENE JOSHUA

Coupon: 018882

18. Two nights for two at Mara Siria Camp, Maasai Mara Winner: RICHARD WAWERU

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Coupon: 027695


GRAND DRAW WINNERS NEWS

19. Double room for two nights at Lake Naivasha Country Club courtesy of Sun Africa Hotels Winner: VERONICA JANSON

35. Nakumatt shopping voucher worth KES 10,000 Winner: ALEX MUTIE

Coupon: 035128

Coupon: 0351552

36. Khazana meal vouchers worth KES 5,000 20. Double room for two nights at Lake Baringo Club courtesy of Sun Africa Hotels

Winner: LUCY SERGIO

Winner: JANE SHAW

37 Khazana meal vouchers worth KES 5,000

Coupon: 025726

Winner: NKATHA MIORU

Coupon: 018193

Coupon: 027160

21. Bobby Pall Photography photo shoot voucher Winner: MAUREEN

Coupon: 019141

38 Khazana meal vouchers worth KES 5,000 Winner: SALIMA JESSA

Coupon: 014362

22. Bobby Pall Photography photo shoot voucher Winner: PETER MUMO MUOKI

Coupon: 006387

39. Khazana meal vouchers worth KES 5,000 Winner: BURIHABWA

Coupon: 037867

23. Two nights for four at Enkaji Osiwo Self Catering Holiday Home in Ngong Hills courtesy of Langata Link Ltd

40. Khazana meal vouchers worth KES 5,000

Winner: SANJAY PATEMAL

Winner: MARGARET MUSINA

Coupon: 015715

Coupon: 011417

24. Nakumatt shopping voucher worth KES 10,000

41. Khazana meal vouchers worth KES 5,000

Winner: MWAVALI MUSA

Winner: OGAL FRED MAINA

Coupon: 035707

Coupon: 014260

25. Nakumatt shopping voucher worth KES 10,000

42. Khazana meal vouchers worth KES 5,000

Winner: MARCOS MBOTI

Winner: MUTHONI KAMAU

Coupon: 041232

Coupon: 021573

26. Nakumatt shopping voucher worth KES 10,000

43. Khazana meal vouchers worth KES 5,000

Winner: PATRICIA BEBBINGTON

Winner: MARGARET KAMAU

Coupon: 016883

Coupon: 025966

27. Nakumatt shopping voucher worth KES 10,000

44. Khazana meal vouchers worth KES 5,000

Winner: KAMANDA JOB

Winner: MRS. KURI

Coupon: 023183

Coupon: 026932

28. Nakumatt shopping voucher worth KES 10,000

45. Khazana meal vouchers worth KES 5,000

Winner: WALTER ASWANI

Winner: EUNA CHO

Coupon: 022954

Coupon: 038756

29. Nakumatt shopping voucher worth KES 10,000

46. Khazana meal vouchers worth KES 5,000

Winner: BLINNINGER

Winner: TERRY PALLISTER

Coupon: 014952

Coupon: 007291

30. Nakumatt shopping voucher worth KES 10,000

47. Khazana meal vouchers worth KES 5,000

Winner: MARTIN SCHROEDER

Winner: SHEETAL VADGAMA

Coupon: 015366

Coupon: 035538

31. Nakumatt shopping voucher worth KES 10,000

48. Khazana meal vouchers worth KES 5,000

Winner: DAN MBUTHIA

Winner: ASHLEY MAGRUDER

Coupon: 038518

Coupon: 030933

32. Nakumatt shopping voucher worth KES 10,000

49. Khazana meal vouchers worth KES 5,000

Winner: BERTISCH

Winner: EDITH WANJIRU

Coupon: 027928

Coupon: 025237

33. Nakumatt shopping voucher worth KES 10,000

50. Khazana meal vouchers worth KES 5,000

Winner: MUBANGA NJAMA

Winner: SOPHIA D. PERCY

Coupon: 009230

Coupon: 019451

34. Nakumatt shopping voucher worth KES 10,000 Winner: TRENCH

Coupon: 004772

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