Roadside vendors selling cheap, secondhand books in Kenya's capital of Nairobi have spurred a new reading phenomenon among Kenyans. However, local publishers worry that their new books can't compete with the inexpensive deals.
Mobile game developers in Kenya are releasing games with a local flavor, in which scenarios are set in rural villages and stealing eggs from local farms is standard childhood activity. The developers hope to cash in on a growing smartphone market.
Determined to dispel baseless fears about vasectomy, the Kenyan government and a nongovernmental organization recruit ambassadors – laymen who have undergone the procedure – to assure other men that it has no effect on their virility.