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KENYA VOTES: Risk of election violence ‘unacceptably high’

As the polls loom, Moses Wasamu outlines the implications of a fiercely contested vote, including candidates accused of crimes against humanity.

Filed in: Democracy Kenya Politics Violence

Britain must compensate all Mau Mau veterans

With his elderly teacher in mind, Maina Waruru urges Britain to settle with surviving Kenyan fighters quickly.

Filed in: Colonialism Human Rights Kenya United Kingdom

British lawyers on the hunt for Mau Mau fighters in Kenya

Maina Waruru questions the motivations of firms seeking compensation from the British government.

Filed in: Kenya

Introducing... Kenya's dam buster

Ikal Angelei is winning the fight to save Lake Turkana from Ethiopia’s Gibe III dam.

Filed in: Dams Kenya

Torture recompense comes to Kenyans

Maina Waruru celebrates payouts for persecuted activists on the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture.

Filed in: Human Rights Kenya

Kibera's vertical farms

Slum dwellers are using urban agriculture as a buffer to market shocks, report Danielle Nierenberg and Jessie Chang.

Filed in: Agriculture Cities Kenya


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.

Filed in: Kenya

A deadly drought

Conflicts between nomadic communities over water shortages increase

Filed in: Kenya Water

Climate wars in Kenya’s nomadic communities

Conflicts between nomadic communities over water shortages increase

Filed in: Climate Change Kenya

Surviving climate change

In many African societies seed preservation was once an almost sacred duty. Isaiah Esipisu explains why it is becoming vital again.

Filed in: Agriculture Kenya

Let us not find revolutionaries where there are none

Kenyan journalist, Mukoma Wa Ngugi, makes a plea for a genuine people-based democratic movement in Kenya.

Filed in: Democracy Kenya

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