Kenya's medical workers have downed tools, demanding the implementation of a collective bargaining agreement signed in 2013.
The value of mobile-money transactions grew by 29% to 5.29 trillion shillings, while M-Pesa revenue surged 27% to 41.5 billion shillings
Only 21% of Africa’s population has access to the Internet. In CAR, a month’s service costs more than 1.5 times the annual per capita income
Business in the country is often about Darwinism. Adapt or die.
Kenya and S. Africa’s common ground: Tech and innovation, and why multinationals want a piece of the pie
In the last of our series on how the two regional powerhouses can work together, we highlight how there is big-money interest in technology.
The country is well positioned to take up the jobs that will exist in the future.
Kenyans last week turned out in Joburg to stake out their stall.
Did you know in 1980 the country had the world's youngest population? Neither did we.
Oversubscribed eurobonds, big expenditure on infrastructure, beating the global turmoil...it really is the best time to put your money in Kenya.
It is easier to pay a taxi fare by mobile phone in Nairobi than it is in New York
6 stories to remember: Hip-hop star Akon's big Congo do; an NBA player who is 'too African', and Ebola dances and songs
In Sierra Leone, celebrations to end the Ebola lock-down, and in Kenya internet cafes escape death - thanks to the elderly