Kenya

 
How Kenya is managing security 20 years after the Nairobi blast
How Kenya is managing security 20 years after the Nairobi blast
It’s been 20 years since the attack on the US embassy in Kenya’s capital Nairobi. A suicide bomber detonated two truck bombs killing 200 people. A...
SA adopting colonial categories of people drives racial divide
SA adopting colonial categories of people drives racial divide
Three controversies with racial overtones took place recently: tensions between coloured and black people in Siqalo in Mitchells Plain; the debate...
Is Africa becoming the world's dumping ground for dirty diesel vehicles?
Is Africa becoming the world's dumping ground for dirty diesel vehicles?
As emission regulations become stronger for new vehicles in industrialised countries, cars as old as 25 years no longer able to meet emission...
Investing in bamboo to curb floods in Kenya
Investing in bamboo to curb floods in Kenya
In Kenya, floods and landslides killed around 100 people and displaced nearly 300 000 between March and May 2018. Smallholder farmers along the...
Resistance to genetically modified seeds in Africa
Resistance to genetically modified seeds in Africa
Ghana recently hosted a conference focused on the question of genetically modified organism (GMO) seed varieties versus those that have traditionally spawned the continent's staple crops....
Hull septuagenarian sent to prison for preying on Kenyan girls
Hull septuagenarian sent to prison for preying on Kenyan girls
A British man who allegedly befriended vulnerable families in Kilifi county in Kenya, and then abused their children, has reportedly been sentenced...
African trade far from free
African trade far from free
South Africa has finally signed the Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement, but the journey towards creating a common market of goods and services...
How Ethiopia and Kenya have put a world heritage site in danger
How Ethiopia and Kenya have put a world heritage site in danger
Lake Turkana is the world’s largest desert lake. Located in Kenya’s...
Kenya bothered by a perfect storm
Kenya bothered by a perfect storm
It’s the end of the rainy season in Kenya, and this year’s storms have been almost biblical, washing away people’s sunny dispositions and...
There’s no sweetness in Kenya’s sugar
There’s no sweetness in Kenya’s sugar
On June 13, Kenya’s Cabinet secretary for the interior and co-ordination of national government told the country that sugar imported from Brazil...
East Africa’s heroin coast
East Africa’s heroin coast
Afghanistan is the home of high quality heroin, and is producing more of it than ever before. Last year an estimated 328 000 hectares of arable...

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