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A frontal view of the newly refurbished Milimani Law Courts November 17, 2011.HEZRON NJOROGE
16 juin 2021
Kenya

The majority of Kenyans are perturbed by the high cost of seeking justice in the Environment and Land court, a new survey shows.

The study by the Land Development and Governance Institute (LDGI) shows that nearly nine in ten Kenyans (86 percent) see the cost as high, effectively making it difficult for them to secure justice.

A sign post advertising land for sale in Kieni on July 22, 2015. PHOTO | JOSEPH KANYI
16 juin 2021
Kenya

The State is set to roll out a value index to make Kenya’s land market transparent and cut wasteful public project spending due to speculative activity that drives up costs, the World Bank has said.

The long-awaited index is also expected to boost own-source revenue collection by counties from land property.

A frontal view of the newly refurbished Milimani Law Courts November 17, 2011
16 juin 2021
Kenya

The majority of Kenyans are perturbed by the high cost of seeking justice in the Environment and Land court, a new survey shows.

The study by the Land Development and Governance Institute (LDGI) shows that nearly nine in ten Kenyans (86 percent) see the cost as high, effectively making it difficult for them to secure justice.

Ambitious $104 million program targets land degradation in Africa and Central Asian countries
16 juin 2021
Afrique
Kenya
Malawi
Mozambique
République-Unie de Tanzanie
Zimbabwe
Angola
Botswana
Namibie
Burkina Faso
Asie central
Kazakhstan
Mongolie

Main photo: Farmers at a FAO anti-desertification project in Burkina Faso, one of 11 countries targeted by the Global Environment Fund Initiative


The Western Bypass will complete the city's ring road Image: Charlene Malwa
15 juin 2021
Kenya

The government has been paying billions of shillings in compensation for its own land in questionable payouts by the National Lands Commission.

The compensation, which involves the acquisition of land for public utilities, is allegedly a cash cow for well-connected individuals who fleece taxpayers.

Treasury Cabinet Secretary Ukur Yatani at his office in Nairobi on June 9, 2021, a day before reading the 2021/22 Budget. PHOTO | JOAN PERERUAN | NMG
11 juin 2021
Kenya

Treasury CS Ukur Yatani has boosted President Uhuru Kenyatta’s election pledge to issue titled deeds with a Sh1.5 billion allocating for processing and registration of the documents.

The gender debate.
10 juin 2021
Kenya

A number of heavily entrenched cultural practices and policy orientation continue to frustrate efforts and gender equity in our country.

Judges Boaz Olao, Stephen Kibunja and Nelly Matheka at Mabanga FTC during the proceedings Image: JOHN NALIANYA
8 juin 2021
Kenya

A three-judge bench has begun hearing a petition in which the Ogiek community has sued the government for evicting them from Mt Elgon Forest.

The Ogiek community living in Chepkitale in Mt Elgon Forest says the government erred in evicting them from the land and gazetting it as a national game reserve.

Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya with NLC commissioners Tiya Galgalo and Reginald Okumu in his office on Friday Image: HILTON OTENYO
6 juin 2021
Kenya

Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya has asked the National Land Commission to assist in repossessing land allocated illegally to senior civil servants.

Oparanya said that prime plots were allocated to former and current civil servants, politicians and influential businessmen who are demanding compensation for the land.

Ardhi House, Lands Ministry headquarters in Nairobi
3 juin 2021
Kenya

The Ministry of Lands has announced that its Central Lands Registry at the headquarters in Upper Hill has been permanently shut down.

Speaking to the press on Wednesday, June 2, Lands CS Farida Karoney disclosed that all the files found in the registry will be moved to county branches.

Naishula Conservancy land control board member Nayiare Noonkiba. Image: CHARLENE MALWA
2 juin 2021
Kenya

Nayiare Noonkiba does not stand out from other Maasai women in Mara North despite the powerful position she holds in her community. 

An owner of huge swathes of land, a leader and a women's rights advocate across the Mara conservancies, Noonkiba's influence in her community is unmatched. 

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