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2 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com
AIBK chairman Muchemi Ndungu, Insurance Institute of Kenya director Aggrey Mulumbi, Miriam Majala from Uganda and Commissioner of Insurance Sammy Makove dance the night away.
Do undocumented immigrants contribute to the economy?
Would same-sex marriage undermine traditional marriage?
2 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com
Rift Valley Railways is currently executing a plan that aims to transform the national railway network, Kenya Railways Corporation has said.
6 hrs ago | PR-inside.com
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10 hrs ago | Independent.ie
New trading opportunities for Irish companies in East Africa are being explored during a government visit to Kenya this week.
14 hrs ago | GhanaWeb
Report reaching GhanaWeb.com from Nairobi, Kenya suggests that the National Amputee Football Team is stranded at the Sportsview Hotel Kasarani for non-payment of their hotel bills.
19 hrs ago | Erie Times News
France and the African Union on Saturday announced plans to deploy several thousand more troops into embattled Central African Republic, as thousands of Christians fearing reprisal attacks sought refuge from the Muslim former rebels who now control the country after days of violence left nearly 400 people dead -- and possibly more.
Armed with a mission to bring sports and hope to children in need around the world, Northbrook-based pediatric chiropractor Dr. Warren Bruhl recently provided soccer equipment to thousands of impoverished kids in Kenya.
A British Army Paratrooper instructs Kenyan rangers during a training course against poaching and logging near Nanyuki town, some 200 km north of the capital Nairobi, December 5, 2013.
As the Kenyan government steps up efforts to shield President Uhuru Kenyatta from trial in The Hague, an IWPR event debated the implications for the International Criminal Court of prosecuting a sitting head of state.
Rwanda and Uganda will have to keep a close eye on rising spending and appetite for borrowing, the International Monetary Fund has warned, as the countries risk stoking inflationary pressures and pushing up lending rates.
Masai women wait to cast ballot papers in a polling station during the presidential and parliamentary elections near the town of Magadi some 85 km south of Nairobi March 4, 2013.
Pentecostal pastors in Kenya encourage HIV patients to burn their medication in favor of prayers and "miracle blessings" that will supposedly "cure" the patient.
This photo from 2008 shows a Masai herdsman walking with his goats past a road construction project near Isiolo town, 320 km north from the capital Nairobi.
Mourning the loss of a man who bridged South Africa's racial divide, many Africans hope their leaders today will be inspired by Nelson Mandela to heal another rift widening dangerously across the continent: the wealth gap.
The opening of the new African Plant Breeding Academy, designed to improve the livelihood and health of Africa's 600 million smallholder farmers and their families, was celebrated Monday in Nairobi, Kenya, by researchers from UC Davis, and their global partners from the African Orphan Crops Consortium.