Newsweek sat down with Nice Nailantei Leng’ete, a 27-year-old woman from Kenya, who is changing the lives of thousands of young girls.
Water surged through nearby villages, destroying homes and a school, and carrying residents away.
A financial experiment in the slums of Nairobi hopes to digitize the world’s unbanked.
Tillerson arrived in the capital Nairobi on Friday, the third stop of a five-nation trip to Africa that began on Thursday, his first visit to the continent as a Secretary of State.
The Assumption Sisters of Nairobi had been in court for over six years fighting Reverend William Charles Fryda.
Harris Media, a company that was once on the Trump campaign's payroll, created websites to manipulate search and social media results in favor of Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, a report found.
“I say isolate the crazy gay animals,” said Ezekiel Mutua.
A new study tracking the movement of the mammals to detect risk of poaching may help save the lives of elephants.
In a new book, Prudence Bushnell, the U.S. envoy to Kenya in 1998, recounts her constant warnings that the embassy was vulnerable.
This man broke the internet in Kenya.
The former secretary of state is heading up an election observation mission in Kenya, where the opposition leader has alleged the vote was hacked.
The skull belongs to a newly-identified species and comes from a period in evolutionary history where few fossils have been discovered.
Boniface Mwangi offered a new type of Kenyan politics in a social media-led campaign. Kenyans are mourning his failure.
Two old rivals lock horns in the presidential election in Kenya. But can they keep their supporters in line?
The Somali militant group has carried out multiple roadside bombings in Kenya recently, killing 20 police officers.
The railway is such a source of pride for Kenya’s president that he’s threatened to hang anyone who vandalizes it.
For Kenya’s August elections to be fair and free of violence, the media needs to be able to report without fear of reprisals.