From Kenyan refugee camp to the World Cup

Australian footballer, Awer Mabil has said he owes Australia his very existence after scoring his crucial sudden-death penalty for the country, to qualify for the World Cup. According to the 26-year old, that goal was a thank you to the

62-year-old Kenyan makes history with Mount Everest climb

Kenyan mountaineer James Kagambi was among a group of climbers who made history on Thursday as the first all-black team to climb Mount Everest. At 62, Mr Kagambi - a retired teacher - also became Kenya's first native African to conquer

Kenyan crowned world’s best nurse for fighting FGM

A Kenyan nurse who campaigns against early marriage and female genital mutilation says she is "speechless" after winning a prize of $250,000 (£205,000). Anna Qabale Duba's colleagues say she always goes the extra mile for others in her

Obituary: Mwai Kibaki

Mwai Kibaki, who has died aged 90, stood at the crossroads of fundamental political change in Kenya, often without knowing the scale of the forces he was helping to unleash. He served as the country’s third president, from 2002 to 2013;

Eating with Big Yasa in Kibera

Kibera, with a population of only about 250,000 people, is one of Nairobi’s most notorious urban informal settlements. Plagued by intermittent electricity and barely any access to running water, inhabitants of Kibera dwell in mud houses

My journey with HIV has been good, bad and ugly

I began advocating in 2015. I was born with HIV and I am 27 years old. It has been good, bad, ugly but God is faithful. I don’t think I have a typical day. My place of work is a shift system and I work on a shift basis. So, basically, I