How kleptocrat rulers in African countries sell out their resources to international partners, deprive citizens and enrich themselves
Khan becoming the third ICC Prosecutor is Khan returning to his roots. But in an institution with a perceived anti-Africa bias, will he bring about the kind of changes expected of him over the next nine years?
The government security apparatus has failed to contain Al-Shabaab in Garissa, Wajir and Mandera counties, leaving the residents' lives at the mercy of the militant group.
Critics of the EACOP project say it will spell doom for the environment on a continent with an abundance of potential for non-polluting renewable energy.
A section of Kenyan citizens has been labelled dangerous to the main body of the country and denied a national identity and equal status with their fellow citizens.
When he ascended to power in April 2018 Abiy Ahmed elicited goodwill inside and outside Ethiopia but the continuing humanitarian crisis in the Tigray region is losing him friends.
Chauvin is simply a cop who committed an action so ugly that he had to be made an example of so that America could get back to normal.
Which of Chief Justice Martha Koome’s pasts will define her reign?
Authoritarian regimes in Africa may be perfecting the art of shutting down the internet as an advanced form of rigging the elections, with the help of western based internet based companies and platforms.
If South Africa has exported the notion of “transformative constitutionalism 1.0” in the 1990s to the field of comparative constitutionalism, Kenya has provided “transformative constitutionalism 2.0.” that could expand the theory and practice of transformative constitutionalism in the years to come.
The novel coronavirus has exposed the ugly underbelly of Prime Minister Modi’s BJP, a party founded on fascist fundamentalism and whose dangerous currents have reached Kenyan shores.
Africans know what it means to be the object of “disaster porn”. Now Indians are getting the same treatment.