The mega-project is officially launched - a modern railway line. It's the biggest infrastructure project since Kenya's independence. It's being built by the Chinese, but it doesn't come free.
China's presence in Africa is growing. Hot on the heels of the economic boom is a flowering of Chinese language schools, targeting young Kenyans –hoping to increase their chances of work on the competitive job market.
President Donald Trump's decision to pull the United States out of the nuclear deal with Iran is giving China even more of an opportunity to fill the vacuum of power, says Frank Sieren.
Chinese foreign aid is often referred to as having "no political strings attached," and is therefore a more attractive option for many non-Western countries. But is it really free of constraints?
Kenya's Chief Prosecutor Noordin Haji said Monday he had enough evidence to press charges against 40 members of the National Youth Service (NYS) who were arrested in one of Kenya's biggest corruption scandals.
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