Most Kenyans begrudge the unnecessary red tape experienced in their daily livesRead More »
Age-old, tried and tested boundaries of criminal law and criminality are all of a sudden being given confusing and unfathomed dimensions ostensibly under the new constitutional order.Read More »
Laws on investigations of deaths, other than by natural causes, are set to change with the National Coroners Service Bill, 2011, coming up for debate in the National Assembly soon.Read More »
At the behest of two UK newspapers, the Guardian and the Financial Times a three-judge Bench Court of Appeal has invoked the doctrine of open justice and allowed the newspapers to report on the intriguing but contested allegations which are likely to vibrate in the diplomatic and business communities in Kenya.Read More »
Ethics is not defined in Kenyan law but it can be stated to relate to the rules of conduct recognised in respect to a particular class of human action or a particular group or culture.Read More »
But today, they sent a press release explaining why the concert did not take off. While they sent their sincerest apologies, it would seem that a refund for the event is still a distant dream.