Senate Minority Leader Moses Wetang’ula’s political future could be in a precarious position after the Supreme Court of Kenya initiated the process of punishing him for an electoral offence.
Deputy President William Ruto has sensationally claimed that Bomet Governor Isaac Ruto and Baringo Senator Gideon Moi were silently praying that he is convicted of the criminal charges he is facing at The Hague so that the support he gets in the Rift Valley can be transferred to them.
South Africa's President Jacob Zuma on Saturday canceled a state visit to Indonesia to deal with a wave of anti-immigrant violence at home.
The Executive Secretary of the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) Amb(Eng.) Mahboub Maalim expressed deep concern over the latest wave of Xenophobic attacks against foreign African nationals that has gripped parts of South Africa over the past week
The charismatic black parliamentary leader of South Africa's Democratic Alliance (DA) on Saturday announced he would campaign for the leadership of the historically white opposition party.
Lwak Kanyikela Village in Siaya County was yesterday engulfed in grief and tears as the family of former Garissa University College student narrated how a Fool's Day prank on their kin's death became a reality.
South African police detained more than 30 people overnight as xenophobic violence simmered around the economic hub Johannesburg, officials said on Saturday.
Siaya County Governor Cornel Rasanga has now taken on his critics, who have persistently called for his impeachment.
Deputy President William Ruto has alleged that some leaders are quietly praying for his conviction at the International Criminal Court at The Hague to open a political way for them.
A family of four perished in a grisly road accident after the car they were travelling in collided with a lorry along the Embu–Mwea highway in Kirinyaga County.
A report by the United States' Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs published in March 2015, had indicated that Somalia's remittance banks, or hawala which were blacklisted by Kenya after the April 2 terrorist carnage in Garissa were financing terrorism activities.
Mombasa Governor Hassan Ali Joho Friday sacked 55 county employees over corruption allegations.
A guardian‘s week-long search for ‘blessing’, a victim of Garissa University terror attack.
The political bubble in diverse political establishments is likely to bust as the fight against terrorism takes shape.