Stability in Kenya hinges on a just, equitable distribution of resources, and a commitment to progress human development for the marginalised
Schools in Kenya will reopen only in 2021. Meanwhile, children are getting their education on the streets, through becoming involved in petty crime
In East Africa, truck drivers are being attacked, robbed and used as diplomatic footballs
The death comes after complaints of deplorable conditions at the quarantine center where she was housed
There have been no reported cases of the coronavirus in Nakuru, Kenya’s third-largest city. But life here has already changed
Gunfire rang out in Nakuru, Kenya, on Saturday and armed gangs manned roadblocks in the Rift Valley town where ethnic clashes have killed at least 25 people in 24 hours, witnesses said. Paramilitary police patrolled the provincial capital, which had previously been spared post-election violence that has killed around 700 people.
Lunchtime at an upmarket Kenyan safari lodge in what should be the slow off-season, and the dining room is packed with tourists from all over the world. Chattering excitedly in many languages as they watch antelope, buffalo and a giraffe grazing just a short distance away across a stone terrace, they are driving an unprecedented boom in a key sector of East Africa’s biggest economy.
Kenya on Tuesday dropped murder charges against a prominent white rancher over the killing of a game warden for lack of sufficient evidence, the country’s top prosecutor said, as officials blamed police for rushing a flimsy case to court. The high-profile charge has rekindled deep colonial-era resentment.
A Kenyan judge on Friday ordered a prominent white rancher to await trial on a capital murder charge in a maximum-security prison, rejecting a defence request for the British aristocrat to be held in less austere confines. The rancher is accused of murdering an undercover Kenya Wildlife Service officer at his vast ranch on April 19.