Kenya

 
Black people most optimistic about SA, white people the most dissatisfied – study
Black people most optimistic about SA, white people the most dissatisfied – study
In a study conducted on public opinion on key issues in three African nations, the Pew Research Centre found that black people are the most...
Finally, TB pills for children
Finally, TB pills for children
At the sight of the pills, Ivy Wanjiku flings her arms around her mother’s neck, her small body trembling.
#FeesMustFall: It's time to move to an inclusive approach
#FeesMustFall: It's time to move to an inclusive approach
The shutting down of universities in the context of student protests is neither unique nor original to South Africa. It has been a preferred weapon...
[Slideshow]Kenya unearths the hidden power of poo and turns human waste into biofuel
[Slideshow]Kenya unearths the hidden power of poo and turns human waste into biofuel
Kenyans could be the ones to show the world a new alternative to fossil fuels - and you won’t believe where it comes from.
[Slideshow]A male Kenyan sex worker tells us how the HIV prevention pill has changed his life
[Slideshow]A male Kenyan sex worker tells us how the HIV prevention pill has changed his life
Last year Kenya became the second African country, after South Africa, to approve the use of Truvada as a form of HIV prevention.
[Slideshow]Camel clinics bring much needed healthcare to rural communities in Kenya
[Slideshow]Camel clinics bring much needed healthcare to rural communities in Kenya
Seminomadic tribes who otherwise would not receive medical care benefit from camel clinics.
A Kenyan police officer turned a gun on his own, apparently in the name of al-Shabab
A Kenyan police officer turned a gun on his own, apparently in the name of al-Shabab
When Abdihakim Maslah turned his gun on six of his colleagues in Kapenguria earlier this month, his actions aroused fears in Kenya over the...
​Uncut, unwed and cast out, but a better life awaited
​Uncut, unwed and cast out, but a better life awaited
Janet has hard, suspicious eyes that suddenly break into soft...
​The mentally ill are not alone in Kenya
​The mentally ill are not alone in Kenya
Kiima Kimwe* (37) whistles cheerfully as he unlocks the shop and sets about his morning routine. He switches on equipment, straightens stacks of...

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