Top judge says legislators failed to meet constitutional provision allowing for women to hold one-third of seats.
by Patrick Gathara
22 September 2020 GMT+3
Some of the displaced have sought shelter in schools.
Rising water levels along Kenya's Great Rift Valley have forced thousands of people from their homes as two lakes are getting closer, raising fear of contamination.
31 August 2020 GMT+3
A community of more than 100,000 people in Kenya sue UK over colonial-era land grab.
30 August 2020 GMT+3
Thousands of people have been displaced and farms submerged due to heavy rains, climate change and deforestation.
28 August 2020 GMT+3
The 320 striking doctors walked out last week, citing poor quality protective gear, few isolation wards and pay delays.
27 August 2020 GMT+3
The second republic Kenyans tried to create with the 2010 constitution looks much like what it was supposed to replace.
Communities brutally evicted by the British to make way for tea plantations seek compensation for ‘colonial crimes’.
As the Yaaku tribe’s language dies out, so will the traditions and cultural identity that go with it.
More than 300,000 people in Kenya have lost their jobs because of the coronavirus pandemic.
4 August 2020 GMT+3
In Kenya's Maasai Mara game reserve, livelihoods are suffering as coronavirus guts tourism.
1 August 2020 GMT+3
Exclusion comes after Nairobi announced passengers from Tanzania would not be allowed to enter Kenya.
Government officials say two million employees in tourism have lost their jobs due to the coronavirus pandemic.
29 July 2020 GMT+3
Surur was wanted for allegedly conspiring to sell 10 tonnes of elephant ivory and over 181kg of rhino horn from 2012-19.
28 July 2020 GMT+3
Caught in the middle, gov'ts in Europe, Africa and Asia are walking a fine line with the world's top two economies.
28 July 2020 GMT+3
President Uhuru Kenyatta extends nationwide curfew, blaming 'reckless' behaviour for steep surge in infections.
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