The latest COVID-19 crisis in India is overshadowing a farmers' revolt over land and agriculture. That revolt holds lessons for Africans.
A combination of factors will force some of the most consequential choices our hardened elite have ever made and what they do now will determine what Kenya will look like in the coming decades.
In the end, it is up to Kenyans to hold their government accountable for the hardships it created. There is only so much the IMF can do, beyond suspending access to the loan or overdraft facility if the country is too lax in implementing agreed measures.
Anyone who lives in fear of getting sick exists in a state of unfreedom.
The search for Kenya's next Chief Justice that commenced Monday will seek to replace Justice David Maraga, who retired early this year, has captured the attention of the nation.
Stabilisation, liberalisation, deregulation, and privatisation: what do these four pillars of structural adjustment augur for Kenya’s beleaguered public health sector?
African states are involved in the War on Terror more than we think. They’re surrounded by an eco-system of the war industry.
Late president John Magafuli never was the anti-corruption saviour international media claimed.
Assuming today’s socioeconomic crisis benefits the Left is folly. That will only happen if we have the political vision to make class the fault line of social polarisation, and for that we need to face the challenge of constructing a new party.
We may not be aware of it yet, because of the hold the nation has on global media, but America’s decline appears to be terminal.
As President Uhuru Kenyatta plots how to woo the recalcitrant Kikuyus back into his political fold, a gleeful Deputy President William Ruto seems to have stolen his thunder with a mere 500 wheelbarrows.
The upcoming 6th general elections are yet another historic chance for Ethiopia to hold free and fair elections.