Kenyans are losing patience with their ill-equipped and notoriously corrupt police force.
Kenya's crackdown on Muslim militants may only worsen the problem, with the use of alleged extra-judicial measures only fueling the fire.
Suspicions of terrorism have been raised after three explosions left at least six people dead in the Somali district of Nairobi.
A group of survivors of sexual violence committed after Kenya's violence-hit 2007 elections has taken the government to court.
Gunmen involved in the Nairobi shopping mall attack were in apparent disagreement over whether they should kill women and small children.
Release of funds by the Kenyan central government to its 47 county administrations last week has improved liquidity in money markets.
Electronic waste processing has become a priority in Kenya as it strives to become the "silicon savannah" of Africa, despite the health risks.
A Nairobi ivory bust – China's first wildlife crime arrest – was part of a month-long, international anti-trafficking operation.
Most of Kenya's fastest growing manufacturing waste is not from there. Containing precious metals and lethal toxins, is e-waste worth the risk?
In its full-year results, the Bank of Kenya said profit had declined by 13% on bad debt.
The financial services provider hopes to restart its expansion plans into the African continent and says this time Kenya could be the place to begin.
Binyavanga Wainaina, one of Africa's leading literary figures, has outed himself in response to a wave of homophobic laws across the continent.
Charity Rhino Ark says rhinos in Kenya are increasingly vulnerable to organised poaching gangs and should be protected in sanctuaries.
A grenade attack at a crowded restaurant south of Mombasa has left at least 10 people wounded.
Plans are afoot to build a cement plant in South Africa although procedure and budget have not been approved as yet.
Hundreds of thousands of HIV patients could be affected by Pepfar's shift in funding policy, according to a new report.
Cheap lighting is giving pupils a better chance — and freeing up money for a better diet.
Gunmen have killed five Kenyan police officers in the latest attack in the troubled northeast border region close to war-torn Somalia.
Kenyans hope that IBM's choice of Nairobi as the spot for its first African commercial research centre will provide solution to the city's traffic.