26 min ago | Basketball in Africa
Defending champions United States International University- Africa, USIU-A, began their title defense in the men and ladies categories strongly winning the opening matches of the Zuku Universities Basketball League that kicked off over the weekend in Nairobi.
3 hrs ago | SeacoastOnline
David and Nike Speltz, with their son Carl, gave a presentation at the Seacoast African American Cultural Center in Portsmouth on Saturday titled "Two Kids & Two Years in Kenya." The Speltz family, including son Tim who lives in Berkeley, Calif., lived in Nairobi, Kenya, from 1982 to 1984.
7 hrs ago | Uganda News Picks
Kenya's former Prime Minister Raila Odinga has declared he is not interested in a State job following speculation President Uhuru Kenyatta was considering him for a posting.
TONY EASTLEY: Mortality rates for malaria have decreased in the past decade, but in Africa it is still a major killer.
You're out navigating the jammed sidewalks of Kenya's capital city when you suddenly realize you're in desperate need of a toilet.
Despite canceling a friendly match against Harambee Stars, a source has revealed to Goal.com that the Black Stars will pitch camp in Kenya ahead of Sudan match Ghana's Black Stars will after all train in Nairobi ahead of their June 5 World Cup qualifier against Sudan in Khartoum.
Seated left to right, Kenyans Jane Muthoni Mara, Wambogo Nyingi and Paulo Muoka Nzili celebrate the announcement of a legal decision in support of Mau Mau veteran reparation payments in Nairobi in this October 5, 2012, file photo.
An American missionary priest in Kenya who became embroiled in a legal dispute over the ownership of hospitals has been suspended from the priesthood.
''Our tribal relations are at stake because of divisive values,'' said Cleophas Malala, director of "Shackles of Doom", a controversial play which the Kenyan government has tried to ban.
He worked for a mob behind some of Africa's worst atrocities but has been living here in a taxpayer-funded home since 2003 A murderer who admits killing up to 400 people - many in bloody machete attacks - is living in the UK after being granted asylum.
A man wearing yellow shoes checks his phone in Kibera, Africa's largest slum, in Nairobi, Kenya, in March.
UNITED States International University 'Tigers' face off against Masinde Muliro University of Agriculture and Technology as the Zuku Kenya University Sports Association league throws off this weekend at Nyayo Stadium.
NAIROBI The future of cassava, one of the most climate-resilient crops in Africa, may be under threat because rising temperatures have led to a dramatic increase in the number of whiteflies, tiny insects that spread the deadly cassava brown steak virus.