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The Golden Garbage of Kenya’s Capital – Part 2

In some parts of Nairobi, Kenya’s capital, uncollected garbage is more than a nuisance, it is a daily health hazard that those living next to it have to contend with. In Mathare, one of the city’s largest informal settlements, a protest by residents there against the City Inspectorate’s failure to collect garbage had a surprisingly […]

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End of the River – Part 2

Your mother and your son are murdered in cold blood in one evening, all because of where you live. Would you forgive their killers? That’s a question we put to one family that went through that exact experience. Theirs is the trauma of many families in Northern Kenya, thrust into the forefront of conflicts over […]

 
 
 
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The Golden Garbage of Kenya’s Capital

Waste management in Kenya’s capital Nairobi is still a major problem with 1,760 tons of waste being produced daily. This quantity can generate Sh 13 billion ($130 million) annually if properly recycled according to a report released last year by the International Livestock Research Institute. Lack of an effective waste disposal mechanism and a rapidly […]

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End of the River

A severe dry spell in Kenya’s northern rangelands is rapidly consuming the livelihoods of inhabitants as natural resources become scarcer. This has resulted into frequent deadly conflicts amongst pastoralist communities. In this first episode of The End of the River, Africa Uncensored’s John-Allan Namu documents how the drying up of the heavily relied upon Ewaso […]

 
 
 
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I Won’t Let Politicians Use Me

It is less than five months before Kenyans go to the polls. With the electoral management system yet to be put in place, some registered voters feel that the country is not adequately prepared to hold free, fair and credible polls. One such voter is Peris Wairimu, a media student who will be casting her […]

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The Integrity Test

Politics in Kenya is a ‘tricky’ affair. Politicians promise ‘heaven’ yet very few deliver on their promise. Some of these politicians have even been accused of failing the integrity test yet no action is taken. In a bid to address some of the loopholes, Kenya has formed a multi-agency task force whose role is to […]

 
 
 
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END OF THE RIVER

COMING SOON…

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I Won’t Elect “Miracle Workers”

A number of Kenyan registered voters are still undecided on whether to take part in the 7th August General Election or not, and if they do, who to vote for. Lillian Mbuthia, a registered voter in Nakuru County, is one of them but hopes to have made up her mind by the time of casting […]

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Sitachagua Vyama Bali Viongozi Waadilifu

Katika historia ya Uchaguzi Mkuu nchini Kenya, idadi kubwa ya wapiga kura imekuwa ikizingatia vyama au mirengo ya kisiasa kuliko sifa za watafutao uongozi. Hii leo kwenye makala ya #UpigajiKuraWangu, Godfrey Ouma anaeleza kwa nini hataegemea vyama vya siasa atakapokuwa akichagua viongozi tarehe 8 Agosti 2017. #MyVoterStory #Elections2017KE

 
 
 
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