Poor Nairobi residents pay close to four times more for water that is much less clean, adequate or consistent.
Even with the contradictory and violent policies of many African contexts, is emigration to the continent from toxic, racist, rightwing Brazil a viable option for Afro-Brazilians?
Invisible City [Kakuma], a film about Kenya's largest refugee camps, seems keen on making a point but is anchored on unsteady ground (with some shitty translation).
What characterizes daily life in Kenya: a seemingly simultaneous flagrant zest for life and hesitant fascination with death.
“What are the ingredients that make up a life?” wonders filmmaker Eva Munyiri at the beginning
Though we are not exactly sure what legitimacy they have to ride on, Uhuruto (that’s the
Gideon Njuguna’s mother called us in early October 2015 because she needed help following up the
In June 2015, an Afro-capitalist owner of a not-so-popular radio station grabbed one of the only
Mau Mau heroes now have a monument, but no land. Earlier this month, they were invited
Kenyans are not known for their reserve. Not at all, but for some reason, as my
Last week was Madaraka/Independence Day in Kenya, and it was marked by lots of government fanfare and
For the last year, Andrew Franklin, a former US marine and now security consultant in Kenya,