NAIROBI. FRIDAY, March 27, 2020. SUPREME COURT JUDGES TO TAKE PAY CUT TO MITIGATE THE EFFECTS OF THE COVID-19 Chief Justice David Maraga has today announced that Judges of the Supreme Court will take a pay cut in a bid to make a contribution towards mitigating the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic. “The Deputy Chief
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Further Directions on Court Operations by the Chief Registrar of the Judiciary to Mitigate effects of COVID-19
Further Directions on Court Operations issued by the Chief Registrar of the Judiciary to Mitigate the Effects of the COVID-19 ALL Tribunals should devise mechanisms to facilitate the hearing of urgent matters filed before them. This is critical especially for RENT RESTRICTION TRIBUNAL, BUSINESS PREMISES TRIBUNAL and COOPERATIVE TRIBUNAL which serve a large number of
OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR TRIBUNALS NOTICE Pursuant to the directives issued vide the internal memo dated 15th March, 2020 by the Hon. Chief Justice / President of the Supreme Court of Kenya in regard to the measures aimed at preventing the spreading of COVID -19; the leadership of the Judiciary has issued further directives following
News Release. The Judiciary directs all its staff to work from home. NAIROBI. TUESDAY, March 24, 2020 The Judiciary has directed all its staff to work from home in order to protect them and the entire Judiciary fraternity from the Coronavirus. Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Anne Amadi said the Judiciary has prioritized the safety and health
PRESS STATEMENT: ADMINISTRATIVE AND CONTINGENCY MANAGEMENT PLAN TO MITIGATE COVID-19 IN KENYA’S JUSTICE SECTOR
The National Council for the Administration of Justice met at the Supreme Court, Nairobi, on March 15, 2020 to deliberate on the implications of the announcement by the Ministry of Health that the first case of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) has been confirmed in the country. Recognising the mandate of the NCAJ and seized of the challenges
The Judiciary is participating in this year’s Embu ASK Show to engage with the public.
Communications and Multimedia Appeals Tribunal hold public participation workshop in Garissa on its draft rules
The Communications and Multimedia Appeals Tribunal (CAMAT) held a public participation workshop in Garissa to seek public views on the draft CAMAT rules. Led by its chairperson Hon Anne Mwangi, the workshop brought together various players in the justice sector such as Kenya Law Reform Commission (KLRC), Law Society of Kenya (LSK), civil society groups,
Deputy Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Paul Ndemo presided over the swearing-in ceremony of members of Micro & Small Enterprises Tribunal. Those sworn in were: Chairperson Dr Bett Kiprotich, Robert Katina, Ms Annete Gikuya, Hon Joseph Were and Alvin Kibet.
Supreme Court Judge Isaac Lenaola with students from Alliance High School when they visited the Judiciary Museum of Kenya at the Supreme Court building in Nairobi.