Kenya

Politics

Kenya basically bans all drone use — despite potential benefits they may yield

There is vast potential for drone use in the developing world. In recent years, an explosion of initiatives has popped up across the continent of Africa, from unmanned peacekeeping missions in the Democratic Republic of the Congo to Facebook’s high-hovering drones that bring the Internet to remote places. But the technology has proliferated faster than regulations can keep up. A couple countries have banned them altogether, including Kenya. Recent terrorist attacks have much to do with the restrictions there, but innovators think the country has more to gain from drones than it has to lose.

Business, Economics and Jobs

In one of Africa's largest slums, these girls saved to solve a problem

Dozens of young people in the Kibera district of Nairobi have joined a savings club called Mashujaa, which means "heroes" in Swahili. Each member may only contribute a few pennies a day, but it adds up. And it allows the members to make big expenditures that might be out of reach. The deal is, they have to get the whole group's consent first.

Global hit - Yunasi

Anchor Lisa Mullins meets the Afro-fusion group, Yunasi. They're from Kenya, and they've long tackled corruption and other sensitive topics in their songs -- even before Kenya's political turmoil turned violent.

Arts, Culture & Media

A Christmas feast in Africa

Anchor Lisa Mullins finds out what's typically served at the Christmas table in the African nation of Kenya. She speaks with Binyavanga Wainaina, author, journalist and African food fanatic, who currently teaches at Williams College in Massachusetts.

Arts, Culture & Media

Protecting Kenya's wildlife

Wildlife populations in Kenya are in trouble. Scientists say human development around the country's national parks is squeezing out the animals. Producer Jon Miller investigates attempts to protect wildlife around Kenya's famed Masai Mara reserve