Ahead of a royal visit, communities violently evicted by colonial era settlers are calling for justice. Anthony Lang’at reports.
Could a Kenyan court case point the way towards a more just tax system? Amy Hall investigates.
Shadrack Omuka meets the Maasai women using photography as a way to preserve Kenya's Loita forest.
Shadrack Omuka reports from Kenya’s Arabuko Sokoke forest on the threat posed to East Africa’s largest coastal forest from titanium mining.
Nanjala Nyabola on how Nairobi’s young lovers have claimed the city’s public spaces.
Could solar-powered desalination help boost drinking water supplies in Kenya and beyond? Anthony Langat reports.
Exasperated at politicians, Nanjala Nyabola reflects on the disastrous consequences of poor leadership in a pandemic.
Nanjala Nyabola mourns the loss of Nairobi's canopy, and questions the expansion of cities.
Abandoned by the state, self-organized health workers in Kenya are absorbing the brunt of the pandemic, writes Nanjala Nyabola.
Nanjala Nyabola on the mask mandate and personal freedom.
Nanjala Nyabola explains the weighty, 'anti-citizen' African bureaucracies that have their origins in the colonial period.
Sally Hayden reports on a fully independent, refugee-run news outlet in the Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya
Can male volunteers help break the cycle of womens’ political exclusion in Kenya? Hannah O’Neill and Louise Donovan report.
A controversial six-day media switch-off has put the country’s news organizations at loggerheads with the government writes Moses Wasamu
The cartels influence teachers to incite students, reports Henry Owino.
The killings are causing outrage, panic and shock among citizens. Henry Owino reports.
But the court’s decision has angered opponents to LGBT rights, as Moses Wasamu reports.
No end in sight for Kenya’s land troubles, says Henry Owino.
A lament – and call to action – on behalf of women everywhere, from Kenyan writer Wambui Mwangi.
Matthew Newsome exposes a government scheme to rob the Sengwer people of their forest home.
Thanks to Barack Obama and a piece of mobile technology, Kenya's reputation is now based on more than just safari parks, as Geoffrey Kamadi explains.
In many African societies seed preservation was once an almost sacred duty. Isaiah Esipisu explains why it is becoming vital again.
Kenyan journalist, Mukoma Wa Ngugi, makes a plea for a genuine people-based democratic movement in Kenya.
Environmental trailblazer Wangari Maathai explains why she has joined the Kenyan Government.
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