Kenya

Kenya’s satire is under threat

Kenyans have long challenged power by laughing. But the Kenyan government has started cracking down on humour. “At a...

Magufuli

Tribute: What did Magufuli do?

Tanzania’s former President John Pombe Magufuli last week became the first leader of the East African country to die...

BBI-Kenya

Kenya’s proposed constitutional changes: For the people or for politicians?

By Linda Apollo Kenya is attempting to amend its 2010 constitution through a process that has been dubbed ‘the...

Magufuli

Where is President Magufuli?

Tanzania’s President John Pombe Magufuli has not been seen in public since 27th February 2021, as he swore in...

How “fake news” is slowing the fight against Covid-19

The deadly and hidden spread of Covid-19 misinformation on social media has hampered governments’ response to the pandemic across...

The freedom from hunger that is not realy free

By John Riaga  Article 43 (C) of the Kenyan constitution guarantees every citizen the freedom from hunger and a...

CORONAVIRUS: Kenyan Schools Reopen Amid Fears Of Safety For Learners

Schools in Kenya on Monday (4th January 2020) opened for second term learning after being closed for 9 months....

Theft In A Pandemic: Public Healthcare In Kenya Grinding Towards A Halt As New Scandal On PPE Procurement Comes To Fore

Health workers in Kenya have started industrial action in several parts of the country leaving the public vulnerable as...

PODCAST: COVID-19 And The East African Blame Game

Countries in the East African region have taken different approaches to contain COVID-19 in their countries. Over the period,...

Let’s Not Forget The ‘George Floyds’ Of Africa

The protests following the death of George Floyd on May 25 in Minnesota in the United States has once...

Politics During A Pandemic: How President Uhuru Kenyatta Is Clipping His Deputy’s Wings

In the first article that we published this year, we made predictions about political developments that were likely to...

COVID-19: The Illusion Of Upper – Class Safety

In November of 1871, the then Prince of Wales, the future King Edward VII, contracted typhoid fever, a deadly...

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