Kenya was among the first countries in Africa to impose a lockdown but beatings and harassment by security forces have left the population more fearful about the authorities than the disease.
Al-Shabaab, the Somalia-based organisation terrorising Kenya and Somalia is getting bolder while the forces opposing it are pulling in different directions
For some his rule was characterised by stability, for others it was a time of repression. Anver Versi weighs up the legacy of Kenya’s former President
reGina Jane Jere speaks to Peter Tabichi, the Kenyan science teacher who won the $1 million Global Teacher Prize 2019.
A report on the importance of digital technology in ameliorating financial stress, removing gender barriers, and improving health coverage for all Africans.
Riding on the success of mobile money platform M-Pesa, Kenya has become a hotbed for all things fintech.