All Change for Archange: The Central African Republic held a constitutional referendum earlier this year, which, among other things, would allow President Faustin-Archange Touadéra to run for a third term. Quelle surprise: results of the vote showed that 95% of voters were apparently in support of the changes. Bye Bye: There were a fair few […]
The declaration calls for “a new financing architecture that is responsive to Africa’s needs including debt restructuring and relief”
Kenya’s president says Africa’s renewable resources place the continent at an advantage because of its favourable weather
Nancy Karigithu is one of seven contenders pitching for the top job at the International Maritime Organisation
The country finds itself in a quandary once again and its leaders’ indecision is not helping
Fifth-time loser Raila Odinga says he respects the court’s decision but disagrees with the judgment
The court dismissed all nine issues at the heart of the challenge to the results, which had delivered victory to Ruto by a margin of less than two percentage points
Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) chairman Wafula Chebukati said Ruto had won almost 7.18 million votes (50.49%) in the August 9 vote, against 6.94 million (48.85%t) for his rival Raila Odinga.
The deputy president has been declared the winner of the close-fought election, despite several commissioners rejecting the results
The Supreme Court ruling on the proposed constitutional changes, expected after three days of hearings this week, may have major consequences for the August 9 presidential and parliamentary polls.
Mike Sonko first rose to fame (and infamy) as a taxi overlord. He used his power to become the governor of Nairobi, before being outfoxed by the political elite
Bobi Wine and William Ruto set out to upend the political status quo in their respective countries
MPs’ detention may signal the silencing of dissent and a bid to railroad changes to the Constitution
Corruption scandals have rocked Kenyan politics this year, implicating some of the country’s most senior officials
"Kenya is on a very slippery trajectory in regard to human rights, and president Kenyatta urgently needs to reverse this trend."
In controversial circumstances, Uhuru Kenyatta was inaugurated again as president of the Republic of Kenya, but he is the people’s president.
Once again, the voters have chosen leaders tainted by scandal, though there is a small reason for hope
Kenyan women have raised concerns that politicians and gangs are using young people to campaign for them and to threaten their opponents.
A 20-hour siege at Kenyan Deputy President Ruto’s home has ended with the death of the suspected assailant
Amid waning support – and as the only avenue of justice for many – the International Criminal Court must be strengthened, writes Netsanet Belay.
The African Union has closed ranks in demanding that the ICC drop criminal proceedings against sitting presidents.
The UN Security Council is to vote on a resolution calling for crimes against humanity charges against Kenya’s leaders to be deferred.
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has been granted his request to be excused from some court sessions during his trial at the ICC.
Kenya’s Deputy President William Ruto says he will still co-operate with the ICC, despite a call from African leaders.
The trial of President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto could falter as international court faces credibility test.
The ICC has issued a warrant for a Kenyan who allegedly tried to bribe witnesses to drop their testimony against Deputy President William Ruto.
Will Kenya’s withdrawal from the Rome Statute be a missed opportunity for positive complementarity, asks Allan Ngari.
Kenya’s Vice-President William Ruto has pleaded not guilty to charges against him at the opening of his trial at the International Criminal Court.
For the International Criminal Court, the first trial involving a sitting president is its biggest test to date.
But the hearings against the leaders have been dogged by delays and attempted derailment, writes Daniel Howden.
Kenya’s Parliament has been recalled to debate ending membership of the ICC, ahead of a crimes against humanity trial of the vice-president.
Kenya’s Deputy President William Ruto will be tried in the Hague, slapping down a request by defence lawyers to have the hearing moved to Africa.