Kenya News Journal
The risk of politically instigated violence in Kenya is "perilously high" ahead of next month's election, the first since bloody post-poll violence five years ago, Human Rights Watch (HRW) warned Friday.
Kenya’s Finance Ministry is betting on peaceful elections next month to boost investment and economic growth even as tourists and exporters hold back amid concern about a renewal of ethnic violence.
NAIROBI, KENYA A ramshackle bus snakes its way out of the business district in Nairobi, Kenyas capital. Most of the windows are broken, and women pull scarves over their heads to shield themselves ...
[SciDev.Net]Nairobi -One of Kenya's leading universities, the University of Nairobi, has adopted an open access policy to research articles and other academic materials produced by its staff.
[Capital FM]Nairobi -The Institution of Surveyors of Kenya (ISK) now wants President Mwai Kibaki to move with speed to gazette the chairperson and members of the National Land Commission.
[Capital FM]Nairobi -The Arid and Semi Arid Lands (ASALs) in Kenya are associated with insecurity, poor road network and banditry that started with shifta war and current Al-Shabaab militia groups.
NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — The top U.S. State Department official on Africa is telling Kenyan voters of the possibility of "consequences" depending on whom the country selects as president.
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[IPS]Nairobi -For the Samburu community in northern Kenya it was bad enough that Julius Lekupe had not sired a son - it was even worse that his eldest daughter refused to be "cut".
Mbwana Alliy is sitting in a conference room in a Nairobi, Kenya, tech center, an Apple MacBook close by. He’s interviewing Toni Maraviglia, the chief executive officer of MPrep, a company that allows African teachers to administer homework assignments via text message. Alliy, 31, runs a venture capital firm called Savannah Fund, and Maraviglia wants him to invest in MPrep.
Kenya's wildlife authorities have suspended two top officials in the midst of investigations into rampant poaching that has decimated elephant herds and other wild animals.
Kenya's wildlife authorities have suspended two top officials in the midst of investigations into rampant poaching that has decimated elephant herds and other wild animals, officials said.
[The Star]PLAYERS in the tourism sector have asked the Government to reviews bilateral ties with countries that promote illegal trade in ivory.
[Capital FM]Nairobi -With less than a month to go until Kenya's general election, analysts are warning that widespread illegal gun ownership presents real risks to security. Government efforts to disarm the population have been ineffective, they say.
[The Star]Kenya's fourth president will earn half of what outgoing President Kibaki is taking home, the Salaries and Remuneration Commission has proposed.