As of October, 873 people in East Africa’s biggest economy were facing corruption charges in court, including five former ministers and two senators.
The government still has choices for raising external debt and can borrow cheaply from its liquid local markets
Kenya has had 27 lenders collapse or put under receivership, three of them since Njoroge begun tightening supervision since taking over last June
Nigerian foreign-exchange controls undermining Buhari political reforms and making country ‘uninvestable’>Felix Njini
Nigeria has a pretty powerful political and governance reform story, but's being undone by a very repressive economic policy
Kenya is competing with Tanzania to build a pipeline from oilfields in western Uganda
The park is home to between 30 and 40 lions
If US March 5 airstrike killed 150 Islamist fighters, the toll would exceed fatalities from all prior American drone strikes in Somalia since 2007
Most of the tea produced in region sold at the Mombasa auction, the world’s largest market for the leaves
China Southern starts Kenyan flights as tourism grows; Nairobi reviewing Air France-KLM stake in airline after loss>
Number of air travellers between China and Kenya was about 120,000 last year, expected to grow by 15% annually.
‘Punished’ for success? East Africa’s largest telco Safaricom battles tough law amid political dispute>Felix Njini
Also on the horizon is a new competitor for its world-renowned and cash-minting mobile money product, M-Pesa