Cameroon 1-1 Guinea: Ibrahima Traore's stunner produces yet another draw
Cameroon and Guinea shared the spoils on Saturday night in the fourth 1-1 draw in as many matches in Group D of the Africa Cup of Nations at the Estadio de Malabo....

Tanzania draws criticism over newspaper ban
Media practitioners and regional lawyers have condemned the decision by the Tanzanian government to ban The EastAfrican newspaper....

Kenya ?risky? to visit, says American in child-sex case
The defence attorney for a US man accused of defiling children at an orphanage near Juja is seeking postponement of the trial, saying it is ?risky? to travel to Kenya to gather information....

Liverpool 0-0 Liverpool: Battling Trotters hold Brendan Rodgers's men in FA Cup
Bolton Wanderers goalkeeper Adam Bogdan led a spirited defensive display as the Championship side earned themselves a fourth round FA Cup replay following a goalless draw at Liverpool on Saturday....

Khalwale summoned over hate speech
Outspoken Kakamega Senator Bonny Khalwale has been summoned by the National Cohesion and Integration Commission to explain the speech he made during the burial of Raila Odinga?s son, Fidel....

Kenyan makes a name in US film industry
A Kenyan filmmaker is causing a stir in the US with her controversial documentary about tensions between African-Americans and Africans living in the US....

Report: Politicians, churches top list of grabbers of schools? land
A report commissioned by the Nairobi County government has revealed the extent of the threat posed by land grabbers....

Revealed: How powerful cartels steal prime land
Vicious cartels involving the ministry of Land, county government officials, influence peddlers and crooked politicians are choking public and private land with incredible boldness that threatens refo...

Arts & Culture: Why Kenyan music industry still lags behind
Lack of a structured, centralised body to regulate the production, sale and consumption of music is ruining the industry in the country....

Kenya: Knut boss inciting teachers, North Eastern politicians claim
As nearly 2,000 teachers continue with their protests against resuming duty in parts of northern Kenya, their union boss, Wilson Sossion, has come under heavy criticism from political leaders from the...

Kenya: Unmasking Osero, the man behind Weston Hotel
The Weston Hotel in Nairobi was recently in the spotlight following the grabbing of the neighbouring Lang'ata Road Primary School playground....

Kenya: Grabbing of school land extends beyond Lang'ata Road
A 2014 audit report by the Nairobi County Government shows that the recent land grab saga pitting Lang'ata Road Primary school against a cabal of private developers is only the tip of the iceberg of t...

Kenya: Meshack Yebei's wife: I need him back
For Lilian Yebei, life has been a mixed bag of fortunes; the joy that comes with safe delivery of her third born son and the sadness of the mysterious disappearance of her husband....

Kenya: Raila welcomes Indian investors to explore potential in counties
Indian businessmen are expected in Kenya later this year to establish trade links with county governments in different sectors of the economy....

Kenya: Deputy President William Ruto: Africa is not a continent of problems
Deputy President William Ruto has told African leaders to stop parading their problems to the world. Instead, he said, they should seek solutions to their problems....

Kenya: High speed rail system will raise Kenya's GDP by 1.5 percent, says Uhuru
The modern high speed rail system under construction will raise Kenya's GDP by 1.5 percent once it becomes operational, President Uhuru Kenyatta has said....