Kenya outlawed single-use plastic bags in 2017, but the country is still chocking on PET plastic bottles.
Day labourers, informal traders feel the heat as steps against coronavirus pandemic hit East Africa’s largest economy.
Kenya’s successful conservation model – which has protected wildlife for decades – may be on the verge of crumbling.
Commercial shipments are still years away, but maiden shipment reveals tensions over how to divide Kenya’s crude wealth.
A handful of home-grown agritech startups are working to help Kenya’s farmers grow more crops.
A Kenyan court allows prosecutors to issue an arrest warrant for Italian CEO implicated in a corruption scandal.
Does the international scandal that roiled Kenya this week mark a turning point in the war on corruption?
The 61-year-old led Safaricom, East Africa’s most profitable company.
Residents and environmentalists cheered Wednesday’s ruling which blocks East Africa’s first coal-fired power station.
Kenya’s anti-counterfeiting officials face an overwhelming task policing fake cosmetics but new measures could help.