In May last year, a small company in Juba became the center of the most high profile corruption case in South Sudan. More than a year later, 16 people who were arrested that day, including four Kenyans, were jailed for life.
A week ago, a small vervet monkey switched off the most important of Kenya's power stations. In this fascinating "how not to go about your monkey business" manual, we study what exactly the monkey started. And why sometimes everything working too well is not a good thing.
There are only three official ways the half a million refugees from Somalia can ever leave the camps, and the options are thinning. The latest one is to return to a country at war, forcibly, to empty Kenya's fourth largest city.
Lucy Kibaki was many things, and one of the most important was violent and entitled. She saw herself as co-president, a role that gave her insurmountable powers to even engage in public acts of violence. One of her victims had to go on exile, and several ended up without jobs.