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ISSUE 38

William Kentridge: the barbarity of the ‘Great War’ told through an African lens

By Michael Godby Produced towards the end of the four-year celebrations of the centenary of the “Great War” of 1914-18, the dramatic art performance of South African-born artist William Kentridge – “The Head & the...

Who supported Jammeh’s unspeakable regime? Who is now terrified by migrants?

By Tee Ngugi   The Gambian former president Yahya Jammeh. What did the world think would happen when it looked the other way as the buffoonery and con tricks replaced responsible governance as in Jammeh’s case?   Yahya...

One on One with Professor. Moni Wekesa

Dean, Daystar University, School of Law and Author of ‘Legal Research, Writing and Drafting, Kenyan Perspective’ Interview by Lillian Wamuyu Please tell us a little about yourself; education, work experience I was born in a village in...

Daystar School of Law, your Day has broken

POEM Your Day has broken, Daystar, The News of a school of Law at Daystar university came on the wings of an Eagle, Excited to carry Glad tidings, Your Day has broken, Daystar, And it has begun, We see you, ...

Stop the Dirty Campaign against the Honourable Mr.Justice Chacha Mwita or Bring the Evidence!

Our Opinion Over the past two months, a clear smear campaign targeting Justice Chacha Mwita has emerged on social media platforms. Government leaning bots and personalities, have mounted a vicious assault on his integrity. The...

New Dawn for Daystar University: Launch of School of Law

By Lillian Wamuyu Daystar University is popularly known for its commitment to the Christian faith with the name ‘Daystar’ derived from the Bible verse in 2nd Peter 1:19 which reads “…..until the day dawn, and...

MEDICINE AND LAW

Bioethics of Medical Advances and Genetic Manipulation is an odd book in this part of the world. Odd because it is brazenly honest in tackling issues that the society here has for long buried...

Majority versus minority rights

In the setting of transformative constitutionalism in Kenya, the Kenyan judges must dedicate themselves with the law by realizing the importance of their position in the society, particularly the society’s expectations. As Klare denotes,...

Are Law Schools Creating Vampires? No

Dr Duncan Ojwang   Law lecturers are sometimes considered vampires who produce other small vampires who operate without a soul. Some of these accusations are a result of failure of temples of justice and its impotency...

Bar Talk

On Stray Bullet “I have always had very serious problems with the concept of ‘a stray bullet…’ It suggests a bullet that goes wilfully rogue (a street urchin; a stray cat or a stray mongrel)...
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