Nairobi witnessed a new wave of protests on Tuesday, 2nd May 2023.
For many youthful content creators that the Elephant interacted with, creating content is a source of income.
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.
Kenya is settling into a protracted period of resistance as land and property invasions have accompanied the demonstrations. Images from the Monday, 27th March 2023 protests.
Opposition leader Raila Odinga's supporters took to the streets on Monday, 20th March 2023 to protest the high cost of living in Kenya.
Over six months and counting after Kenya’s general election, the country is left chocking from political campaign materials left littering all over. In areas like Nairobi county, the old decolourized posters still remain plastered on the walls, electricity poles, and road signs to mention but a few.
Every day, tons of plastics are scavenged from various water bodies around the world. These plastics cause immeasurable damage to fragile ecosystems both on land and at sea. Cleaning up micro-plastics from the oceans requires concerted efforts by stakeholders across the board, and time is ticking.
Chakula Mashinani turns the gaze of our complex national culinary adaptation away from the cities and the urban, mostly educated elite, to the rural life and community.
A small fishing community’s account in Chale, south of Diani, indicates dwindling fish population in shallow waters.
This third part of the Unhistories series covers some of the figures who shaped the fight on both sides among Kenyans and the British, and introduces members from the Mau Mau War Veterans Association and their stories.
This second part of the Unhistories series covers the ‘prohibited areas’ where the fighting took place, the mobile gallows, the trials, torture, and prisons.
This documentary project titled Unhistories departs from the Hanslope Disclosure in which British colonial archives were destroyed, hidden and manipulated. Known as Operation Legacy in the 1950s, the British colonial administration in Kenya destroyed much of the documentation relating to the Emergency prior to their departure in 1963.