Past mass action has advanced Kenya’s political development by challenging the impunity of the state but it remains to be seen if the demonstrations called by Azimio are a legitimate act of problem-solving agency or the latest extension of Kenya’s political samsara.
Just a Band are back. But they never really left. At least not for me.
Kenya is leading the charge in the growth of gaming in Eastern and Central Africa, a sector that is offering many opportunities for the country’s budding creator economy.
Did officials take president William Ruto's budget out of spite? And did someone steal money meant to make Kenya’s staple food of maize flour cheaper? We took a closer look.
Property invasion has emerged as a core facet of the recent demonstrations including the Northlands in Nairobi, and Kedong ranch in Isiolo. Is our failure to implement Agenda 4 of the 2007 National Accord coming back to bite us? What is the future of the land question in Kenya? The Elephant's Joe Kobuthi talks to conservationist Mordecai Ogada.
What the John F. Kennedy assassination records reveal about US interests in “the Near East and Africa” six decades ago.
If the role of Jomo Kenyatta’s mausoleum is to remind Kenyans and the world of the significant centrality of his presence in the making of the Kenyan Nation, then why is it not accessible to the public?
A fundamental contest between two orders is taking place in the country. Will Kenya’s progressives seize the moment to catalyse a progressive vision for social, economic and political change in society?
We at The Elephant stand with our fellow journalists against the attacks meted out during coverage of the recent demonstrations. An independent, impartial, and objective media is a pillar of our democracy and crucial to the state, the opposition, and the wider public. Press freedom is non-negotiable. Going by recent events, we are quickly sliding […]
In deploying measures to address the information disorder, the trend is towards the establishment of multi-stakeholder collaboratives.
In Nairobi the opposition coalition marked its third day and second week of protests by engaging the residents of Imara Daima, Kware and Mukuru Kwa Njenga. It all started peacefully before turning ugly as the day progressed.
The Northern Kenya Grasslands Carbon Project (NKCP) attempts to achieve a number of firsts but fails dismally in almost all of them, if the exposition by Survival International is anything to go by.