As Tume Racha made tea for her grandchildren in the family’s small wood-frame house woven from rags and camel hides, she talked about what her community holds most sacred: its trees.
French firms sign contracts in Kenya worth some 2 billion euros ($2.26 billion).
Kenya intensifies security patrols at the border points with Somalia.
Gunmen blasted their way into a hotel and office complex in the Kenyan capital.
After years of insisting that school fees payments must be done only through bankers’ cheques or direct account deposits, Kenyan learning institutions have finally embraced mobile money.
Kenya Wildlife Service says elephant poaching in the country has reduced by 50%.
Kenya lifts a ban which prevented women from Marie Stopes’s abortion services.
Heavy fighting between ethnic groups in southern Ethiopia has killed at least 21 people.
Cambodia sign the first direct flight with an African nation with Kenya.
Kenya is to develop online authorisation permit to ease research on wildlife.
No motor vehicle aged 15 years and above shall be allowed, Uganda official says.
Kenya’s largest slum was woken by the sounds of bulldozers that demolished shanties.
Nine people are killed and dozens injured when a bus and truck collided in Kenya.
Kenyan police have sought help from Interpol for the arrest of three suspected drug barons who are believed to have sneaked out of the country in June.
The Kenya Wildlife Serviceis moving 14 black rhinos to a sanctuary in the south east of the country.
Kenya’s idyllic palm-fringed beach resort of Diani is where you can have sex with a child for a dollar.
Floodwater from a flower-farm dam that burst after days of torrential rain in Kenya’s Rift Valley killed at least 47 people.
Sudan, the last male northern white rhino, has died in Kenya at the age of 45.
The surgeon, as well as two nurses and an anesthetist, had been suspended.
Kubuqi Desert is now Kubuqi national park.
Kenyan authorities shut down television.
Widow Ahatho Turuga lost 20 of her goats to drought early last year.
Kenyatta wins a repeat presidential election boycotted by an opposition leader who said it would not be free and fair.
As prolonged drought dries water reserves across Kenya, harvesting these fleeting wisps of water vapour near Kipas Ole Masiodo’s home has been a lifeline for his family.
Kenyan opposition supporters clash with police, seeking to derail an election rerun.
Kenya’s repeat presidential elections will proceed, says the head of the election board.