Court Reporting

The judiciary is the battlefield for conflicts about laws, which makes court cases an important topic for media. Our ever growing section on court reporting should help journalists, even newcomers, to set out into this field.

Kenyan Courts Record 84 % Reduction in Case Backlog

It is said that ‘justice delayed is justice denied’ and Kenyans know this very well since cases take too long…

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Courts record a significant Case Backlog reduction, CJ Maraga

The Judiciary has significantly reduced the number of cases pending in the court system in the last one year. Speaking…

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How to find newsworthy Court Rulings online

This is still a good idea if you still want to apply to the RoGGKenya Award (submission closing March 31st).…

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How to read Court Judgments efficiently

Court judgements can be long text, even if the case they are about seems to be simple, at first sight.…

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Why Court Sessions make News

People like to hear and read about conflict. It’s always about one person against another: husband against wife, president against…

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Supreme Court

The Supreme Court is the highest court in Kenya and is established under article 163 of the Constitution. It is…

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Court Reporting: How to use the Cause List to identify Cases for Reporting

As a journalist you do not have to depend on other media’s news, on tips or on hearsay when you…

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Why Court Sessions make News

People like to hear and read about conflict. It’s always about one person against another: husband against wife, president against…

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