Homophobic attitudes are deeply rooted in Kenya, activists say
The founders of charity GiveDirectly said they want to investigate how having a secure income indefinitely can change people's behaviour day-to-day
Loisaba is home to the country’s second largest population of elephants, one of its few stable lion populations, and an abundance of other wildlife
'He believed in their right to freedom of worship and he knew that every life is sacred'
A lion has mauled a man after straying into rush hour traffic in Nairobi.
KFCB have only brought it more views through their efforts
The flagship current affairs programme on online radio station Monocle 24, has dispensed with the ritual of pitting commentators against each other
Dunham was convicted in Oklahoma City on Monday
The lions were spotted near Kibera, Kenya’s largest slum
A new report says hundreds of women and girls were brutally raped during conflict after the Kenyan election in 2007
Country's Games chairman seeking assurances from organisers over the impact of the virus
An estimated 3,000 elephants are still killed for their ivory each year in Kenya, despite ivory trade being banned in 1989
Nobody wants to work in the schools in the north-east of the country, leaving classrooms empty. Catrina Stewart reports from Mandera on how the gap is being filled
Having found an underground lake the size of Windermere in Kenya, Alain Gachet tells John Lichfield how his radar scanning technique can reveal immense reservoirs of water under the most barren and impoverished territories on Earth
For Kenyans, Nasa's warning that the current El Niño could be as bad as that of 1998 brings back painful memories
Thwarted attack received worldwide attention after Muslim passengers shielded fellow Christians from militant