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Parliament’s plans to amend Economic Crimes Act must be nipped in the bud

An Anti-Corruption Court sitting in Nairobi recently convicted immediate former Member of Parliament for Bonchari, Mr. Robert Oimeke for receiving a bribe of Sh200,...

Africa’s long-standing democracies under pressure: Afrobarometer

Fewer than half (46%) of Africans say their country is a full democracy or a democracy with minor problems By Joseph Asunka Afrobarometer reports that as...

Value based initiative is the way to go in the fight against corruption

“We, the people of Kenya… Recognizing the aspirations of all Kenyans for a government based on the essential values of human rights, equality, freedom,...

The Elusive African State

Here’s a puzzle: how can the state be ever-present in our lives while its true meaning may yet remain elusive? As central as the...

All but given up on graft: where do we go from here?

When Auditor General Nancy Gathungu this month exhorted looters of public money to, at the very least, invest the stolen funds in the country...

Ethiopia: An Elusive Post-Imperial State

By Prof John Harbeson A “Permanent Cessation of Hostilities Agreement,” negotiated in Pretoria on November 2, 2022 appears to have ended a nearly two-year civil war...

The doctrine of ‘constructive dismissal’ under Kenyan Employment Law

‘…jurisprudence is now firm on the test to be applied by Courts in determining whether constructive dismissal has occurred’ — The Employment and Labour...


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