(March 23, 2004) A Canadian trade delegation has pledged to get more investors for Kenya. Members of the delegation said the country had made improvements in the investment climate.
(October 25, 2003) It was an innocuous enough note, pinned to the door of Lady Justice Sarah Ondeyo’s courtroom at the Milimani Commercial Courts in Nairobi.
(October 1, 2003) Revelations from the Goldenberg Commission investigation left Kenyans – a majority of whom live on less than a dollar per day – reeling at the news of how much money the country lost to fraudsters.
(September 15, 2003) As in other African countries, corruption in Kenya has been inextricably intertwined with the nature of the modern African state that is driven by patronage and derives its legitimacy from an ability to create and dispense patronage.
(August 3, 2003) Mwai Kibaki, the new President of Kenya, is kicking corruption where it hurts, firing crooked government cronies and holding public officers to account. After 24 years of corrupt rule, Kenyans are rediscovering hope.
(December 18, 2002) The presidential candidate of the leading opposing grouping in next week’s general elections in Kenya, Mwai Kibaki, has accused the government of making suspicious payments to some contractors.
(August 15, 2001) Kenya’s opposition defeated an anticorruption bill yesterday that had been demanded by international donors, saying it was full of loopholes and did not go far enough.