How pesticides banned in the European Union continue to be sold in Kenya, and with devastating impact.
Re-visiting Nairobi's urban history offers a glimpse into the forces that shaped modern life.
Members of the Capitalism In My City project reflect on the commodification of education in Kenya.
With Kenya in the grip of a global pandemic and grappling with an ailing economy, is constitutional reform really a priority?
At a time when Evangelical Christianity frequently goes against the interests of African people, is it time for us to re-make Christianity?
In a Kenya coping with COVID-19 restrictions, circumcision season presents an impossible choice between tradition and civil obedience.
To those who did not know Emma Gama Pinto, she was just “the wife of Pio Gama Pinto,” the Kenyan anticolonial fighter, but to those who knew her, she was fearless in her own right.
Borders and camps across Africa are using biometrics to track refugees. For those who are stateless, “fraud” can allow for the smuggling of truths into administrative lies.
Kenya's Deputy President, William Ruto, wants to be president. He projects himself as a go-getter. But there is a more sinister story behind his hustler narrative.
New biographies reveal Wangari Maathai as a reflective scholar and critical thinker.
What could or should full decolonization in Kenya look like?
The current leadership in Kenya is made up of individuals whose personal interests run through virtually every sector of Kenya’s economy. Including when they negotiate trade deals.
Kenya's 2010 Constitution put limits on men's dominance of public institutions, including parliament. Since then, men have done everything to sabotage it, but also to scrap it altogether.
Arresting and jailing Kenya's poor isn't working to cut crime or protect people's rights. We need something else.
Ubinafsishaji wa huduma ya afya nchini Kenya.
Kenya needs to understand the Oromo cause and what is happening across the border in Ethiopia.
The burial of African languages by Africans themselves has ensured our total immersion into colonial culture.
In Kenya, only the rich and politically connected can afford decent healthcare. Everyone else is a major illness or a road accident away from ruin.
How climate change is threatening lives in Kenya.
News reports claiming that “wet markets” in Asia are the source of the coronavirus obscure the fact that the consumption of wild animals is common in the West.