Housing Levy Deemed Unconstitutional by High Court

The High Court of Kenya has unanimously declared the proposed Housing Levy unconstitutional. The three-judge bench ruled that the levy, which was imposed on salaried workers in the formal sector to fund affordable housing initiatives, is discriminatory and violates Article 27 of the Constitution, which guarantees freedom from discrimination.

Balancing Property Rights, Public Interest, and Legal Principles in Kenya: The EAPC PLC Case

Kenya's EAPC Plc case embodies the intricate interplay of property rights, public interest, and legal principles. As we navigate this complex terrain, understanding the government's role, the importance of legal obligations, and the critical balancing act in land acquisition becomes paramount. It's not just about property; it's about equitable and sustainable development in Kenya.

The Office of the Data Protection Commissioner (ODPC) Holds Crisis Meeting with Schools Over Privacy Concerns 

In the digital age, data privacy is a top concern. Recent meetings with the Data Commissioner stress the need for compliance with data protection regulations in Kenyan educational institutions. Discover key points discussed, including security measures and data minimization practices, and take proactive steps to protect sensitive data in your sector.

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