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Court dismisses suit against condom maker, says can’t trust a cheater

A petitioner seeking damages for violation of consumer rights after allegedly contracting a Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) despite using a condom has been dismissed...

Human rights and artificial intelligence: A much-needed discourse

Like a double-edged sword, AI can be wielded for good or evil. Unfortunately, we currently lack adequate regulations to ensure ethical AI use.  By Naini...

Tortured Ugandan wins award against intelligence operatives

When a court orders the payment of compensation for a victim of human rights violations by state, any public officer who is involved ‘shall...

Appeal Court awards family of man killed in demos Sh2 million

The Court of Appeal in Kisumu has awarded Sh2 million in compensation to the family of a man killed during demonstrations in the County....

Public ‘right to know’: Omtatah bags another victory against government

Public-interest litigator, Okiya Omtatah, brought a challenge related to a government decision exempting the instruments used in a major merger from the Stamp Duty...

Child marriage and the law

Challenges, cautions and alarming statistics from new report By Carmel Rickard Tanzania and Mozambique are estimated to have more than 10 million child brides. These and...

‘Duty of care’: Ruling on M-Shwari fraud losses puts Safaricom in a tough spot

The High Court has dismissed an appeal filed by Safaricom over a ruling that had compelled it to pay Sh452,868 to a customer whose...


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