Police are investigating after the designer’s body was discovered dumped at the roadside.
Farmers in the coastal county of Kilifi reportedly sold eight trees to a company based in Georgia.
Priscilla Sitienei was set to sit her final exams next week, along with her 12-year-old classmates.
Known for her long tusks, Dida was aged between 60 and 65 years and a major tourist attraction.
Why did Kenyan police officers shoot dead Arshad Sharif, one of Pakistan’s most prominent journalists?
Susan Wamaitha was urged to take a Chinese-made contraceptive not knowing it was banned in Kenya.
Arhsad Sharif is killed by a Kenyan police officer when his vehicle fails to stop at a roadblock.
Videos of primary school pupils learning practical skills such as cooking spark a nationwide debate.
The BBC talks to students whose schools have been set on fire in a spate of recent arson attacks.
Uganda’s leader embarks on a damage-control exercise after a series of bizarre tweets by his son.
Eight police officers said to be among the victims of the violence in Turkana County on Saturday.
Tanzanians were astonished to see the establishment candidate lose and the president hand over power.
President Uhuru Kenyatta promised national cohesion and to fight corruption. He made some progress.
From reprimanding late-comers to uncovering corruption, the new county governors announce their arrival.
Losing candidate Raila Odinga did not provide evidence of his allegations of fraud, the judges said.
William Ruto is in a strong position after his election as president was backed by the Supreme Court.
Raila Odinga says results were tampered with at more than 40 voting centres – we’ve found no evidence.
Upcycled fashion and high-end tailoring are thriving in the fashion scene of Kenya’s capital.
Meeting the mentors who want to develop home-grown talent by teaching children robotics.
Raila Odinga narrowly lost the presidential election, with 48.8% of the vote to William Ruto’s 50.5%.
Raila Odinga has been mocked for challenging election results but each case improves Kenya’s democracy.
Kenya held one of its most nail-biting, and controversial, elections since one-party rule ended.
Raila Odinga, who came second in the presidential election, says the process was a travesty.
The announcement was marred by scuffles, allegations of vote-rigging and a divided electoral commission.
Deputy President William Ruto was the underdog in the race for the presidency.
With about a third of the results confirmed, Raila Odinga has a slight edge over William Ruto.
More than 90% of polling stations have reported, but the official result may not be known for days.
The BBC tracks the crucial issues facing Kenyans as the country chooses a new president on 9 August.
The 2017 killing of the official in charge of voting technology still torments the electoral commission.
Paying for political influence on social media in Kenya is a shadowy yet lucrative business.