Kenyan police have charged five men in connection with the attack by the armed group al-Shabab on a university in eastern Kenya.
The Kenyan pavilion at the Venice Biennale has became mired in controversy as five of the seven artists showing are Chinese, and one is Italian.
In this week’s episode we look at the Kenyan massacre, spin doctor Mac Maharaj retires and the EFF jumps on the statue bandwagon.
Kenya has frozen the bank accounts of 85 individuals and entities suspected to be financing terrorism in the country, including money transfer firms.
Scattered books and dark blood stains on the floor - the bodies have been collected but an abattoir-like stench permeates the Kenyan university.
Masked gunmen from Al Shabab stormed a Kenyan university in Garissa as students were sleeping, hurling grenades and shooting dead at least 147 people.
Five Cabinet secretaries among 175 top leaders were identified in an explosive anticorruption report, and suspended.
Despite efforts by the government to put in place technology such as irrigation, a large portion of farming is still dependent on rain.
Kenyan police are probing the final movements of Fidel Odinga, son of Kenya's opposition leader Raila Odinga, after he was found dead Sunday morning.
The International Criminal Court says there is not enough evidence to put the Kenyan president on trial for alleged crimes against humanity.
In a Kenyan town, close to the border with Somalia, about 36 workers have been killed in their tents and more are suspected to be missing.
Kenyans are fleeing the Muslim-dominated north after al-Shabab hijacked a bus and executed 28 people for failing to prove they were Muslims.
Kenyan teachers' union leader, Wilson Sossion, says that the lives of Kenyan civil servants are "clearly in danger" from insurgent attacks.
The Somali militants say they staged an attack in Kenya in which 28 people were shot dead.
Kenya’s increasingly unpopular war in Somalia is in its fourth year and there is no easy way out.
Kenya's president was given a red carpet welcome when he returned from the ICC, where he was questioned over post-election violence in 2007 and 2008.
The African sense of kinship is more forgiving, but also very insular, writes Lee Mwiti.
Gunmen believed to be from Somali Islamist militant group al-Shabab have struck again in Kenya, killing at least 29 people.