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  • Jobs in Nakuru

    Jobs in Nakuru | Job Opportunities in Nakuru

    Nakuru is the provincial capital of Kenya’s Rift Valley province. The estimated population of the city was around 300,000 inhabitants and currently the fourth biggest urban center in the country, located around 1850 m above sea level. It is also the administrative center for Nakuru District. The economy of the city is dependent on agriculture; manufacturing and tourism. The region and its surrounding towns are known for its vast agricultural potential with several small farms and also vast agricultural enterprises. Major crops grown around Nakuru and marketed in the town include coffee, wheat, barley, maize, and beans. These crops are stored in huge silos at the border of the town by the National Cereals and Produce Board and Lesiolo Grain Handlers Limited. The crops offer the primary raw material for the manufacturing industries found in Nakuru and Nairobi.

    Jobs in Kisumu

    Jobs in Kisumu | Job Opportunities in Kisumu

     Kisumu is a port city located in the western side of Kenya at 1,131 m. the estimated population of the city was around 355,024 in 1999. It is the third biggest city in Kenya and a main city of western Kenya, the capital of Nyanza Province and the administrative center of Kisumu District. It has no municipal charter. It is the biggest city in Nyanza Province and second most significant city after Kampala in the greater Lake Victoria basin. The port was established in 1901 as the major inland terminal of the Uganda Railway and named Port Florence. The trade of the city was originated in 1980s and 1990s, but the city’s economy still depends on the oil exports.

    Jobs in Mombasa

    Jobs in Mombasa | Job Opportunities in Mombasa

     Mombasa is the second biggest city in Kenya. Located on the Indian Ocean, it has a main port and served by an international airport. The city also serves as the center of the coastal tourism industry. The actual name of the city is Manbasa but in Swahili it is called Kisiwa Cha Mvita, which means "Island of War", because of several changes in its ownership. The town is also the administrative center of Mombasa District, which, like most other districts in Kenya, is named after its chief town.

    Jobs in Kaedi

    Jobs in Kaedi | Job Opportunities in Kaedi

    Kaedi is a city of over 60,000 people and is the biggest city and administrative center of the Gorgol area of Southern Mauritania. The city is situated 16.150 degrees latitude and -13.500 degrees longitiude, and is approximately 435 km from Mauritania’s capital, Nouakchott. The city is located within the “Chemama” Riverine zone along the northern bank of the River Senegal where the river links with the Gorgol River. This area is one of the few regions of settled agriculture in the country. Culturally, the city is among the most diverse in Mauritania, consisting of ethnic “White Moors”, “Black Moors” as well as Pulaar, and Soninke communities. It is famous as a market town, a medical center and a center for local farmers. The market is considered as one of the more interesting in Mauritania, but reflects sub-saharan culture of neighboring Senegal somewhat more than the Moorish/Arabic culture found further north in the country.

    Jobs in Nouadhibou

    Jobs in Nouadhibou | Job Opportunities in Nouadhibou

    Nouadhibou is the second biggest city in Mauritania and serves as the country’s commercial center. It is located on 40-mile peninsula or headland called Ras Nouadhibou, Cap Blanc, or Cabo Blanco, of which the western side of the city is surrounded by Lagouira, which if the section of Western Sahara. Nouadhibou is less than a mile from the boundary. The city is divided into four main sections: the city centre, including the airport, Numerowatt to the northern side, the major residential area, Cansado to the southern side, a dormitory town for Port Minéralier, in the far southern side, from which iron ore mined in Zouerat is exported.

    Jobs in Swakopmund

    Jobs in Swakopmund | Job Opportunities in Swakopmund

    Swakopmund is located on the shoreline of northwestern Namibia, 280 km western side of Windhoek, Namibia’s capital. It is an administrative center for Erongo administrative district. The climate of the city is very cool in December to January (Namibia’s summer months) so the territorial administration moves to Swakopmund for these months. The estimated population of the city was around 28,552 in 2007. The city is a fine beach resort and an example of German colonial architecture. It was established in 1892 as the major port for German South-West Africa. It is located on the B2 road and the Trans-Namib Railway from Windhoek to Walvis Bay. The city also contains Swakopmund Airport.

    Jobs in Walvis Bay

    Jobs in Walvis Bay | Job Opportunities in Walvis Bay

    Walvis Bay is one of the main cities of Namibia and the name of the bay on which it located. It is a natural deepwater port, protected by the Pelican Point sand spit, being the only natural port of any size along the country’s shore. The city is rich in plankton and contains a marine life, these waters also drew large numbers of whales attracting whalers and fishing vessels. The Dutch referred to it as Walvisch Baye and the English as Whale Bay, and in its eventual proclamation it came to be known as Walfish Bay, and ultimately Walvis Bay. The city has been referred to as Walwich Bay or Walwisch Bay.

    Jobs in Otjiwarongo

    Jobs in Otjiwarongo | Job Opportunities in Otjiwarongo

    Otjiwarongo is a city located in Otjozondjupa area of Namibia. It is administrative center of Otjiwarongo electoral constituency and also the capital of Otjozondjupa. The city is located in central-north Namibia on the TransNamib railway. It is the largest business center for Otjozondjupa area. Otjiwarongo is situated on the B1 road and it is a connection between Windhoek, the Golden Triangle of Otavi, Tsumeb and Grootfontein, and Etosha National Park. The city is among the fastest growing area of the country, with a neat and peaceful quality environment, and several excellent facilities including supermarkets, banks , lodges and hotels. Some of Namibia’s best-known private game farms and nature reserves are located in and around the town.

    Jobs in Keetmanshoop

    Jobs in Keetmanshoop | Job Opportunities in Keetmanshoop

    Keetmanshoop is a city located in the Karas Region of southern Namibia, situated on the Trans-Namib Railway from Windhoek to Upington in South Africa. The city is given name in the honor of Johann Keetman, a German industrialist and founder of the city. Prior to the arrival of Europeans, the region was called Nu-gouses, which means "Black Marsh" and represented the presence of a spring in the region. In 1860 the Rhenish Missionary Society founded a mission there to Christianize the local Nama. The first missionary, Johann Georg Schröder, arrived in the city in 1866, which is known as the establishment date of the city. The mission station was named after the German trader Johann Keetman who assisted the mission financially, but never really visited the place himself.

    Jobs in Merca

    Jobs in Merca | Job Opportunities in Merca

     Merca is a port city on the shore of southern Somalia, at the mouth of Indian Ocean. It is a major town in the Lower Shabele area, and is situated approximately 70 km (45 miles) southwestern side of the nation’s capital, Mogadishu. The city was founded in the 7th century by the Biyomaal clan. The initial Somalis arrived in the city in the 6th century and got control of the region and the local trade. The Biyomaal and the Ashraaf of Merca fought against the Italian colonialists of Italian Somaliland in a twenty-year war called the Biyomaal and Ashraaf Revolt in which several of their warriors assassinated number of Italian governors. During the Biyomaal and Ashraaf Revolt, several prominent leaders were killed. Monuments erected in their memory can still be found in Merca.