This, That and More

This, That and More

By m_oyo
On this podcast, we talk about current affairs, legal issues, real life issues and everything else in the middle that happens to us everyday and how we react to them. We learn from each other’s experiences and work towards becoming better
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Episode 11: Is Jumia an African Company?

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Episode 18: Disrupting the Disruptors - MPESA
In this episode, we are looking at how Safaricom’s MPESA product disrupted the financial sector in Kenya. We also discuss why we feel MPESA should be disrupted by something else and float the idea of Integrated Payment Services Ltd’s product PesaLink to do this
09:28
March 10, 2020
Episode 17: Traffic Offences KE - Number Plate
In this episode, we discuss whether it is necessary for a motorist in Kenya to have their number plates in their traditional format. We also discuss how Zambia are using speed cameras and visible number plates to fine traffic offenders
06:24
February 25, 2020
Episode 16: Proposed Amendments to Employment Act - Sexual Harassment Policies
On this episode, we discuss the proposed amendments to the Kenyan Employment Act in particular those provisions dealing with sexual harassment in Kenya
05:00
May 8, 2019
Episode 15: Proposed Amendments to the Employment Act - Non-compete Clauses
On this episode, we discuss the proposed bill that seeks to amend the Employment Act in Kenya. We particularly focus on the proposed outlawing of non-compete clauses from the Employment Act
04:42
May 8, 2019
Episode 14: Proposed Amendments to Employment Act - Leave Days
On this episode, we continue to look at the proposed amendments to Kenya’s Employment Act. We discuss the Amendments that are being proposed to the sick leave provisions. We also discuss the proposed addition of compassionate leave, education leave and leave for adoptive parents. We also discuss an amendment to the maternity leave provisions
08:29
May 8, 2019
Episode 13: Proposed Amendments to Employment Act - Definitions
On this episode, we discuss the proposed amendment bill that seeks to amend the employment act in Kenya. We discuss some of the new definitions that have been added to the Act that bring it up to date and correspond with the existing conditions in the labor market
05:01
May 8, 2019
Episode 12: Freedom of Expression - Israel Folau
In this episode we look at the statements made by Israel Folau, an Australian rugby player who plays for the NSW Waratahs, that led to his contract with Rugby Australia being terminated. We talk about his comments and explore whether they are protected by the freedoms of expression and the freedoms against discrimination. We also offer our opinion on whether Rugby Australia made the right decision in terminating Israel Folau’s contract.
11:09
April 23, 2019
Episode 11: Is Jumia an African Company?
In this episode, we talk about Jumia listing on the New York Stock Exchange and discuss the comments made by Mr Sacha Poignonnec, the Jumia CEO, on Jumia being an African company
08:37
April 15, 2019
Episode 10: Traffic Offences KE - Drunk Driving
In this episode, we discuss drink driving in Kenya. We outline the legal provisions in relation to drink driving. We also outline what the courts have ruled and give our own personal take on drunk driving
14:09
April 15, 2019
Episode 9 - Traffic Offences KE - PSV Passenger Offences
In this episode, we discuss the common traffic offences that passengers of PSV vehicles (Matatus and buses) may get into and be fined for
05:47
April 9, 2019
Episode 8 - Taxation of Awards and Winnings in Kenya
In this episode, we congratulate Peter Tabichi for winning the Varky Foundation Global Teacher Prize of 2019. We also discuss how his winning will potentially be taxed in light of the income tax and double tax agreement laws and regulations in Kenya
05:31
March 26, 2019
Episode 7 - Traffic Offences KE - Speeding and Obstruction
In this episode, we focus on two traffic offences i.e. speeding and obstruction. We also discuss the fines one is entitled to pay should they be found guilty of the above offences
04:11
March 20, 2019
Episode 6 - Traffic Offences KE - Fines relating to not following police instructions
In this episode, we talk about the fines one may by not following the instructions of a police officer. We also discuss the fines imposed when one does not buckle up, one uses their phones while driving or when one drives on a footpath
02:48
March 18, 2019
Episode 5 - Traffic Offences KE - Car Accessories and the Applicable Fines
In this episode, we look at some of the things that you can look out for even before you leave the house that may prevent you from committing a traffic offence. We also highlight the fines that you may have to pay should you breach these traffic rules
04:00
March 18, 2019
Episode 4 - Traffic Offences KE - How we should pay our traffic fines
In this episode, we discuss how Kenyans should ideally pay for traffic offences. With NTSA’s proposed use of mobile payments, settling your traffic fine fees will be instant instead of having to spend your entire day at a police station
03:52
March 18, 2019
Episode 3 - Christchurch Shooting 15th March
In this episode, we do a deep dive on all that happened at Christchurch, the various issues that arose as a result and my thoughts on all of them
11:55
March 17, 2019
Episode 2 - New Zealand Terror Attack - My Thoughts
In this episode, we talk about the senseless terror attack that happened in New Zealand and some of our take aways from it
04:26
March 17, 2019
Episode 1 - Sexual Harassment in Kenya
In this episode, we speak about sexual harassment in Kenya and how men can help women in this fight
08:21
March 4, 2019