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Kenya's Cabinet Secretary for Interior and Coordination of National Government Joseph Nkaissery (AFP Photo/Mandel Ngan)

Kenya government makes major security reshuffle

Kenya’s government on Wednesday announced major changes in its administrative and security personnel, with a clear focus on tackling the security issues linked to Somalia’s Al-Shabaab rebels.

President Uhuru Kenyatta with CNN Global Executive Vice President and MD Tony Maddox

CNN boss apologizes to Kenya for "hotbed of terror" statement after Kenya cancels advertising deal

CNN has apologized to Kenya over a recent terrorism slur. n a televised CNN report preceding President Obama’s July trip to Kenya, the news network referred to the East African country as a “hotbed of terror” …

#SomeoneTellCNN: CNN gets ridiculed on Twitter for calling Kenya a "Hotbed of Terror"

#SomeoneTellCNN: CNN gets ridiculed on Twitter for calling Kenya a "Hotbed of Terror"

US President Barack Obama is visiting Kenya this week and CNN has been reporting on how the region is a so-called “Hotbed of Terror”. CNN’s narrow characterization of Kenya has spawned a particularly heated and amusing backlash from well-informed Twitter users who got the mocking hash tag #SomeoneTellCNN trending worldwide.

Africa's neither 'rising' nor 'falling' but it is growing-fast

Africa's neither 'rising' nor 'falling' but it is growing. Fast

Africa is vast. It is varied. When it comes to the region’s development, a host of differing narratives shape the story around its economic progress. With a long-standing presence in the region, GE has worked with, and helped to nurture its tremendous potential.

Kenyan Muslim women and men applaud as a women's representative denounces the latest attack by al-Shabab gunmen, at a public meeting in Garissa, Kenya, on Apr. 3, 2015. Ben Curtis—AP

Look beyond Garissa attack to see progress in Kenya: former US Ambassador to Kenya, Major General Scott Gration, Ret.

If the media coverage on Kenya is all about terrorism, the terrorists win.

Investing in Africa - Nigeria vs East Africa

Investing in Africa - Nigeria vs East Africa: Malimu Museru, Senior Analyst, RisCura

Nigeria and Kenya frequently feature as the top investment destinations in Africa, with Nigeria being the clear front runner. Investors, however, are starting to view East Africa as a combined investment region that could rival the West African giant, using Kenya as a sturdy stepping stone to the wider East African region.

Olusegun Obasanjo, former president of Nigeria, urges investors to consider social impact when putting money into Africa.

Nigeria's former President, Olusegun Obasanjo, urges investors to focus on inclusive growth

Nigeria’s former president warned investors at an African business summit in London they should focus on promoting “inclusive growth” if they want to avoid triggering social strife.

Nigerian Real Estate

High stakes for high reward? Real estate funds come to Africa

High stakes for high return, if you can stick it out for the long term – investors are buying into a boom in sub-Saharan African real estate.

Bond Market

Kenya’s First International Bonds Rise on First Full Day of Trading

Kenya’s first-ever international bonds rose on their first full day of trading, propelled by almost $8 billion worth of orders which on Monday had helped make it the largest-ever debt sale by an African country.