The Kenyan government has put in place a number of additional measures to help curb the spread of the coronavirus Covid-19, acting more swiftly and decisively than many other sub-Saharan African countries. Lockdown mechanisms include a police-enforced night-time curfew between 7 pm and 5 am, announced on 27 March. Currently, the country has confirmed 363 cases and 14 deaths.
What does this mean for businesses operating in Kenya? Find out on 30thApril at 14.00 EAT when Afriwise will be hosting the sixth in its series of special edition COVID-19 webinars.
The topics covered have been selected in partnership with our legal contributors and will be the most relevant to businesses at this time. Our aim is to equip attendees with the information necessary to respond adequately to the rapidly evolving impacts of COVID-19 in Kenya.
Thursday 30th April, 14.00 EAT - Kenya Session:
Tara O’Connor: Africa Risk Consulting, Country-risk overview
Matthew Magare: Matthew Magare & Associates Advocates, Commercial Contracts.
Sonal Sejpal: Anjarwalla & Khanna, Employment and Labour Law
Afriwise’s Risk Partner, Africa Risk Consulting, will be opening Thursday’s webinar and providing a short analysis of the current socio-political, economic and security situation in Kenya.
Any organisation interested in attending this event, developed in partnership with a number of Kenya's leading legal firms, should get in touch: email@example.com
The series will continue to provide critical insights for the following countries over the next two weeks – Uganda, DRC and Tanzania.