El Nino threatens African crops, economies

2015-10-03 10:26

Standing waist-deep in a hole, South African maize farmer Tom van Rooyen digs at the side with a small pickaxe.

Homophobic mobs attack LGBT people in Kenya with impunity

2015-09-28 08:36

Homophobic mobs have repeatedly attacked lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in Kenya but police are unwilling to even attempt to bring the perpetrators to justice, rights groups say.

Kenya court orders teachers to end strike

2015-09-25 17:46

A Kenyan court has ordered all teachers to send a month-long strike over pay in the east African country.

Lack of groundwater data is keeping Kenya thirsty

2015-09-25 10:30

As Kenya struggles through longer and more frequent droughts, the lack of reliable data on groundwater is becoming an increasingly urgent problem, experts say.

Kenya security agents find weapons, drugs on Norway-flagged ship

2015-09-23 11:27

Kenyan security agents have found an unspecified amount of weapons and drugs on a Norwegian-flagged ship they intercepted last week, a senior police official says.

Kenya mourns Westgate siege anniversary

2015-09-21 12:55

Kenyans have held prayers and lit candles in Nairobi to mark the second anniversary commemorations of the Westgate shopping mall attack by militants from Somalia’s al-Qaeda-affiliated Shabaab.

The day the bullets flew

2015-09-21 09:12

Two years after the Westgate Mall attack, security in Nairobi is tight, but life will never be the same

Kenya raids ship suspected of carrying drugs, arms

2015-09-18 19:00

Kenyan police have raided a ship docked in the Indian Ocean port of Mombasa on suspicion that it carried drugs and firearms, officials say.

Kenyan moms held and abused in hospital win court victory

2015-09-18 16:01

Two new mothers who were detained and abused in a Kenyan hospital for not paying their maternity bills have won compensation in a landmark court ruling that campaigners hope will put a stop to the widespread practice.

Kenya's wildlife flees al-Shabaab conflict into Somalia

2015-09-16 20:00

Buffaloes, elephants, giraffes, lions and leopards have been spotted for first time in decades in Somalia as they flee security operations in Kenya.


Solar motorbikes hit the road in Kenya

2015-10-02 23:09

Taxi motorbikes are a big industry in Kenya, employing thousands of young people.

Norwegian ship detained in Kenya given OK to leave

2015-09-28 05:12

The Norwegian owner of a ship intercepted by Kenya says the vessel has been allowed to continue its voyage to South Africa, West Africa and Mexico.

Kenya's 2007/8 post-election violence still haunts journalists - study

2015-09-25 10:59

Kenyan journalists who reported on their country's worst outbreak of inter-ethnic violence, which killed more than 1 000 people following a disputed 2007 election, remain traumatised, researchers say.

UN defends arms shipment in Kenya, calls drug claim disturbing

2015-09-24 20:25

Weapons discovered by Kenyan authorities aboard a Norwegian ship are part of a legitimate cargo for United Nations peacekeepers and the vessel should not have been inspected without a UN presence, a spokesperson says.

Kenya: Race against time to save the last white rhino

2015-09-22 13:18

On World Rhino Day, the only northern white male left in the world is desperately trying to save his subspecies.

African Leaders, International Partners Launch New Initiatives to Spur Scientific Research in Africa

2015-09-21 10:52

African and international partners launched the Alliance for Accelerating Excellence in Science in Africa (AESA), a new initiative that aims to help drive Africa’s research agenda and build scientific capacity across the continent.

Kenyan president says teachers must work

2015-09-21 07:08

Kenya's president has urged teachers who have been on strike for about three weeks to return to work.

Kenya orders all schools to close over teacher strike

2015-09-18 17:00

Kenya’s education ministry has ordered all schools to shut because of a three-week teachers’ strike over pay in the east African country.

Kenya holds 3 women for 'trying' to join extremists

2015-09-16 22:16

Kenya arrests three women for allegedly trying to join Somalia's Islamic extremist rebels.

Kenya takes stock of ivory for first time

2015-09-16 19:55

Kenya has taken its first ever inventory of ivory stockpiles before authorities destroy them later this year, officials say.

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