Earlier this week, more than 30,000 residents in Kenya were left homeless after their homes were demolished by government cranes and bulldozers. Homes, schools, medical centres and businesses were all destroyed in Kenya’s largest slum – all in the name
Thousands of people in Kenya’s largest slum have been left homeless after days of demolition carried out by the government.
Manufacturers in Kenya are frustrated by Tanzania’s move to place a 25 per cent duty on Kenyan goods, accusing authorities of blocking Kenyan products and causing them huge losses.
Kenya has signed an agreement with Switzerland that means Nairobi can now recover assets stolen through corruption and stored overseas.
Kenya’s public prosecutor says nine people will be arrested over the collapse of a dam that killed 47 in May.
At least 15 people have been killed in a fire at a market in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi.
Kenya’s public debt has surpassed Sh5 trillion (almost $150bn) which means every Kenya citizen now owes at least Sh110,000 (more than $1,090) to lenders.
A group of Kenyan doctors has lost its appeal to the country’s Employee and Labour Relations Court, attempting to block the deployment of Cuban doctors across the African nation.
International human traffickers are responsible for the rise of beggars across major cities and towns in Kenya, according to officials.
Kenya’s auditor general says high-level corruption at every level of the government is still one of the biggest threats to the country’s economic and political landscapes.