Mary Kimani

Policing Africa’s police-for-hire industry
With crime on the rise and government police forces ill-equipped and distrusted by many of the people they are supposed to serve, Africa’s well-to-do are turning to private security companies for protection. But at what cost to the public? Investigation.

International Criminal Court: Justice or racial double standards?

Kenya: Political risks could kill inspiring local investment models

Africa: Foreign fishing fleets depleting a potential wealth resource

A more transparent mining industry to profit Africans

Africa: Banks take a new interest in women

African Trade: From Cairo to Cape Town through Nairobi

Stopping Piracy in the Gulf of Aden and Gulf of Guinea


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