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JUSTICE

Huge Blow to Uhuru as Court Blocks KDF, NYS From Crucial Assignment

The Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) and the National Youth Service (NYS) have been blocked from taking over operations at the troubled Kenya Medical Supplies Agency (KEMSA). On Monday, November 8, the Employment and Labour Relations Court, issued a temporary injunction against the government's plan to recruit NYS and KDF staff.

  2 months ago ago
Huge Blow to Uhuru as Court Blocks KDF, NYS From Crucial Assignment

POLITICS

Court Suspends Chebukati's New Directives As PS & CS Eying Political Seat Receive Great News

Civil officials seeking elected seats in the August General Election have been granted a temporary respite when the High Court halted the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission's (IEBC) demand that they retire by February 9. Lady Justice Monica Mbaru of the Employment and Labour Relations Court ruled that the IEBC could not disqualify public officials seeking political office if they had not resigned by then.

  16 days ago ago
Court Suspends Chebukati's New Directives As PS & CS Eying Political Seat Receive Great News

JUSTICE

State Loses Again As Court Makes A Ruling Against Them Over Unpaid Debt

Barely a day after the courts made a ruling barring the KRA from implementing the minimum tax raw, the state has lost again after another's landmark ruling today. Seen in a report shared, the Employment and Labour Relations Court has on Tuesday, September 21 given a go ahead to the Kenya National Union of Nurses (Knun) to auction property belonging to the Murang'a County Government.

  4 months ago ago
State Loses Again As Court Makes A Ruling Against Them Over Unpaid Debt

JUSTICE

Police Officer Given Job back Six Years After being Fired

The Employment and Labour Relations Court in Nairobi has ordered the reinstatement of a senior police officer dismissed six years ago. Last week, Justice Maureen Onyango ruled Regina Mutindi's rights were violated following her dismissal in October 2015. The court directed the National Police Service (NPS) to reinstate her to her post as a Superintendent of the Kenya Police Service.

  3 months ago ago
Police Officer Given Job back Six Years After being Fired

JUSTICE

Kenyan Men Should Be Given 3 Months Paternal Leave - Doctor Files Petition With Labour Court

A doctor has filed a case with the Employment and Labour Relations Court, requesting that male employees be given the same number of leave days as female employees following childbirth. Currently, male employees are only eligible for two weeks of paid paternity leave, whereas female employees are entitled to three months of paid maternity leave.

  18 days ago ago
Kenyan Men Should Be Given 3 Months Paternal Leave - Doctor Files Petition With Labour Court

JUSTICE

Judge Njagi Marete Has Made Another Powerful Ruling As He Declares This

Justice Njagi Marete of the Employment and Labour Relations Court declared Corporal Alex Nkanda’s many transfers illegal. Through his statement, the judge revealed that the first respondent and the second respondent must feature before the court as he ordered that their move to transfer an officer within a period of 2 years was illegal.

  5 months ago ago
Judge Njagi Marete Has Made Another Powerful Ruling As He Declares This

JUSTICE

Court Orders Safaricom to Compensate Ex-Workers Large Amounts of Money After Wrongful Dismissal

The Employment and Labour Relations Court has ordered Safaricom to compensate two ex-workers for wrongful dismissals. The two former senior managers sued the company for unfairly terminating their contract with the company. Photo (Courtesy) According to Justice James Rika, the termination of one Mary Rono and Chares Muema was not just and is was based on invalid reasons.

  3 months ago ago
Court Orders Safaricom to Compensate Ex-Workers Large Amounts of Money After Wrongful Dismissal

JUSTICE

Big Blow To KPLC As The Court Reveals This Ahead Of NYS Meter Reading Plan

Kenya Power and Lighting Company has received a big blow after the court halted the company's national wide door to door exercise. According to the Kenya Power the exercise was to commence on 19th July 2021. Initially the Kenya Power announced that it had partnered with the National Youth Service, NYS for a countrywide data gathering exercise on all pre-paid and post-paid meters.

  6 months ago ago
Big Blow To KPLC As The Court Reveals This Ahead Of NYS Meter Reading Plan

JUSTICE

Safaricom Suffers A Huge Blow As Court Directs It To Pay The Following Former Safaricom Workers

Safaricom Suffers a huge blow as the court directs it to pay the following former Safaricom workers. Safaricom company benefits its customers in different offers, actually Safaricom gives its customers free minutes, free data among others. Also Safaricom through Mpesa customers are able to save their money in their Mpesa accounts, equally Safaricom offers loans to its customers through Mshwari, Fuliza among others.

  3 months ago ago
Safaricom Suffers A Huge Blow As Court Directs It To Pay The Following Former Safaricom Workers

POLITICS

Big Blow To The Government As The Court Blocks Takeover By KDF And NYS At The Troubled KEMSA

President Uhuru Kenyatta has been dealt a severe blow after the court blocked the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) and the National Youth Service (NYS) from taking over operations at the troubled Kenya Medical Supplies Agency (KEMSA). The Employment and Labour Relations Court issued a temporary injunction against the government’s plan to recruit NYS and KDF staff yesterday.

  2 months ago ago
Big Blow To The Government As The Court Blocks Takeover By KDF And NYS At The Troubled KEMSA

JUSTICE

BAT Employee Pockets Sh 5 million for Unfair Dismissal

The Employment and Labour Relations Court in Kisumu has ordered British American Tobacco Kenya Limited to pay a former employee over Sh5 million as compensation after he was dismissed from work.Justice Stephen Radido said that Julius Mark Bwibo was fired unfairly. "The court finds and declares the termination of the claimant's emplment was unfair.

  3 months ago ago
BAT Employee Pockets Sh 5 million for Unfair Dismissal

JUSTICE

Former KDF Sues Ministry Of Defense, Blames Them For Stopping Paying Salaries

Image: courtesy A former member of the Kenya Defense Forces (KDF) has sued the Ministry of Defense for allegedly stopping paying his salary. The ex-soldier, Peter Mugure, filed the suit in the Employment and Labour Relations Court in Nyeri County. Mugure is facing murder charges and has asked the Ministry to reinstate his monthly pay.

  5 months ago ago
Former KDF Sues Ministry Of Defense, Blames Them For Stopping Paying Salaries

JUSTICE

Good News For Kenyans As CJ Martha Koome Compels The Government To Do The Following To Accused Ones

Martha K. Koome made history when she was appointed and sworn in as the first ever female Chief Justice of the Republic of Kenya under the 2010 Kenyan Constitution. Though she has been facing harsh criticism, CJ Martha Koome has been working hard as she tries to revolutionize the Judiciary.

  2 months ago ago
Good News For Kenyans As CJ Martha Koome Compels The Government To Do The Following To Accused Ones

JUSTICE

Court Blocks KDF And NYS From Taking Over Operations At KEMSA.

Court Blocks KDF And NYS From Taking Over Operations At KEMSA. The Employment and Labour Relations Court has issued a temporary injunction blocking the take over of the Kenya Medical Supplies Agency (KEMSA) operations by the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) and the National Youth Service (NYS).

  2 months ago ago
Court Blocks KDF And NYS From Taking Over Operations At KEMSA.

JUSTICE

Court orders firm to Pay Guard Sh171,000 For Unfair Dismissal

A court has ordered a private security firm to pay a former night guard Sh171,000 for allegedly dismissing him after he asked to be directed to a toilet for a short call. Justice Bernard Odongo of the Employment and Labour Relations Court in Nairobi found that Johnson Otsieno Ogola was dismissed unfairly by his former employer Hatari Security Guards Limited.

  4 months ago ago
Court orders firm to Pay Guard Sh171,000 For Unfair Dismissal

JUSTICE

Court awards ex-EACC boss Sh10.2m for unfair sack

The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) forced to pay former chief executive Jane Wanja Muthaura Sh10.2 million for unlawful and unfair termination of her contract eight years back. EACC Headquarters Nairobi The Employment and Labour Relations Court ruled that Ms Muthaura was sacked without any allegations or a letter to show cause and also subjected to humiliating demotion before being fired.

  5 months ago ago
Court awards ex-EACC boss Sh10.2m for unfair sack

JUSTICE

Newly appointed judges report to work stations on August 1- CJ Koome

The 27 newly appointed justices of the Environment and Land Court (ELC) and the Employment and Labour Relations Court (ELRC) have been ordered to report to work on August 1, 2021, by Chief Justice Martha Koome. The Employment and Labour Relations Court will be home to 18 of the 27 judges, while the Employment and Labour Relations Court will be home to nine.

  6 months ago ago
Newly appointed judges report to work stations on August 1- CJ Koome

EDUCATION

Court Nullifies KU Election

The Employment and Labour Relations Court has nullified the election of officials to the lecturers' union, Kenyatta University chapter. Justice James Rika ruled that the Universities and Academic Staff Union (Uasu), KU Chapter elections held on March 25, 2021 were not fair as some members did not participate.

  5 months ago ago
Court Nullifies KU Election

JUSTICE

Judiciary Blocks Appointment Of Finance Boss Over Her Ethnicity

The acting head of finance at the judiciary has gone to the court to block the appointment of a new director of finance. The Employment and Labour Relations Court has given a court order barring the judiciary from filling the position. The acting head of finance at the judiciary Nancy Oyatsi has obtained court orders barring the Juducial Service Commission(JSC) from filling the position.

  6 months ago ago
Judiciary Blocks Appointment Of Finance Boss Over Her Ethnicity

JUSTICE

Big blow to LSK Boss (Havi) as CEO drags case over sacking advertisement to court.

Remember to follow my channel for more exciting updates! ! Law Society of Kenya (LSK) President Nelson Havi is yet again in another court battle with the society’s Deputy Chief Executive Officer after he allegedly sacked her and advertised her position. Employment and Labour Relations Court last week stopped the recruitment of Deputy CEO/ Secretary of LSK in charge of Compliance and Ethics Directorate pending the hearing of the suit filed by Florence Wairimu Muturi, who claims to still hold the said position.

  6 months ago ago
Big blow to LSK Boss (Havi) as CEO drags case over sacking advertisement to court.