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Media 'can’t breath' under the choke-hold of court rulings

In Summary
  • When courts issue such sweeping and pre-emptive orders clothed in overly broad terms, how do they expect the media to obey them?   
  • The media industry, especially in this era of Covid, is barely surviving because the business aspect of it has virtually collapsed

Last week, the High Court in Homa Bay rendered its judgement in Civil Case No.3 of 2020—the case was a defamation suit filed by a local contractor against the Star Newspaper.  

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