EA Whispers – Lessons From Kenya For East Africa: Why should We Have Courts of Law? [column] (allAfrica.com)

Teachers in Kenya are angry, very angry. When they thought they had everything under wraps in their agitation for better pay, somebody thought of reminding them not to count their eggs before they are hatched. Sometime in June, the country’s Industrial and Labour Relations Court ruled in their favour and said they were entitled to a…

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