Kenya is lurching deeper into a political crisis as a court ruling and parliamentary vote appear to ease Uhuru Kenyatta's path to a second term as president.
Dozens of supporters of Kenya’s ruling party have demonstrated outside the Supreme Court demanding the removal of judges who nullified President
Kenya's election commission has set October 17 as the date for a new vote ordered by the Supreme Court when it annulled an August poll won by President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Kenya must hold fresh presidential elections after Supreme Court ruled irregularities and illegalities harmed poll
Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta has been re-elected and will serve a second and final five-year term as president.
The opposition in Kenya have demanded access to electoral commission servers in a bid to resolve the country’s fiercely contested presidential poll
Exactly a week before Kenya goes to the polls to elect a new president the lead official in charge of electronic voting was found dead on Monday after being missing for three days.
Unidentified gunmen have attacked the home of Kenyan Deputy President William Ruto in the western town of Eldoret.
Kenya has disbanded its National Olympics Committee because of “alleged mismanagement” of the national team during the Rio Games.
Visiting Africa, John Kerry has stressed his commitment to tackling renewed violence in South Sudan.
Hundreds of protesters gather in Kenya’s capital to demand the resignation of the country’s election body ahead of a vote next year.
Police in Kenya have dispersed opposition protests over the electoral process with water cannon and tear gas.
Kenya’s opposition has called for the country’s electoral commission to disband before next year’s presidential vote. On Monday (April 25) some 500
The Kenyan government says it will freeze the assets of those suspected of being involved in the Garissa University College massacre
A bitter little local dispute over a school playground in the Kenyan capital Nairobi has seen pictures of uniformed schoolchildren being teargassed
A brawl erupted in the Kenyan parliament as lawmakers debated a new security bill to deal with intensified threats from Islamist militant group al-Shabab.
Kenya’s parliamentary chamber descended into chaos over amendments to a security bill as police outside the building arrested a group of activists
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, has dismissed his interior minister after al-Shabab militants slaughtered 36 non-Muslim quarry workers.