Kenya's highest court is due to reveal its decision on whether a law dating from the colonial era is legal or unconstitutional. DW's Sarah Kelly speaks with activist and writer Kevin Mwachiro about the long struggle of the LGBTQ community in Kenya.
A Kenyan governor accused of corruption was ordered to step down during his trial, a minister and his deputy were arraigned in court for alleged abuse of office. Kenyans are not used to such things.
Kenya has postponed a much anticipated ruling on homosexuality, to the great disappointment of human rights groups. They continue to hope for a verdict that decriminalizes same-sex relationships.
Angola has done away with criminalizing homosexuality, removing a notorious "vices against nature" provision in its penal code. Other African nations still punish people for same-sex relationships.
Kenyans will return to the polls on October 17 after a court ruled the August presidential election should be annulled due to fraud. The fresh vote was demanded by opposition leader Raila Odinga.
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