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17:04
17:04

Delayed Judgements, Corruption Complaints Dominate National Open Court Day 1 2

The Chief Justice revealed that they had received complaints which were not well founded and now, they have realized that one of the best solutions to offer is to do more community outreaches by going to the field and to talk to the people.
08:13
08:13

Court Martial Quashes Video Confession Pinning SFC Officer for Murder 5 1

Prosecution alleges that on December 23, 2023, Ecee, dressed in military attire, entered a hardware shop in Loro Town Council, demanding money.
07:29
07:29

Court Rejects Defence Application to Question Kwoyelo in Trial Hearing accusation 3 1 Top story

In a ruling, Justice Duncan Gaswaga noted that since the accused has asserted the rights against self-incrimination by opting to give an unsworn statement, he loses the right to the assistance of the counsel although he gains the advantage of not being cross-examined.
19:30
19:30

Court Martial Denies NUP Supporters Bail Again Kasubi Royal Tombs 2 Top story

Police claimed that the suspects masterminded attacks on Kasubi Royal tombs, on former Jinja resident city commissioner Eric Sakwa in Nakulabye, on Uganda Registration Services Bureau, and the Katwe Police station, among others. They were reportedly planning to block President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni from swearing in for his sixth term of office.
15:13
15:13

Tilenga Landowners Storm Hoima High Court, Demand For Justice oil and gas 2 2

The PAPs who were holding placards inscribed with words like Stop land grabs, don’t displace us for oil, for Tilenga, stormed the Hoima High Court at around 10 a.m. protesting the December 2023 court verdict.
14:27
14:27

Ex-LRA Commander Kwoyelo’s Defence Trial Begins in Gulu Amuru District 1 2

Kwoyelo entered the dock at about 9:50 am to defend himself, more than five years since his trial commenced before the ICD in November 2018.
11:30
11:30

HR Managers Ask Parliament to Fasttrack Human Resource Management Bill 3 3

The Bill proposes offenses which include fraudulent and incorrect entry to the professionals' register; fraudulent procurement of one or another person to be registered; and knowingly making false statements which mislead with a view of gaining advantage, concession, or privilege.
18:40
18:40

Four Jailed Eight Years for Plotting to Kill Kayihura Kale Kayihura 1

The accused also confessed to stealing a gun from a policeman in 2015 and using it in several failed and successful robberies..
18:03
18:03

Farmer Jailed 16 Years for Trafficking Children 1

The evidence before court indicates that on July 25th, 2013, the Buvuma Police Station received information about Walusansa having 25 children who were not attending school. Upon investigation, the police discovered 39 children on Buvuma Island, working on Walusansa's maize and rice fields while wearing veils on their heads.
09:27
09:27

Steel and Tube Industries Ordered to Compensate Former Employee UGX 100m 1

The records before the Court indicate that Wangala was a machine helper until October 14th, 2013 when his right hand was crushed by the leveling machine in the factory premises while on duty. The victim lost three index fingers and a forearm leading to permanent incapacity.
16:04
16:04

Investigations into Pressure 27's Hate Speech Case Still Ongoing Pressure 24/7 1

On Thursday, State Attorney Ivan Kyazze asked the Court presided over by Chief Magistrate Ronald Kayiizi to grant him a short adjournment in the matter because investigations are almost done.
15:21
15:21

Court Further Remands Five Over Murder of Ndiga Clan Leader 2

On Thursday, the suspects appeared before the Senior Principal Grade One Magistrate Adams Byarugaba to be informed on the progress of investigations into the charges.
12:56
12:56

Molly Katanga Denied Bail on Murder Charges Katanga Murder Case 3

Before being committed to the High court and later remanded to Luzira Women’s Prison, she says she had spent over two months at C-Care IHK hospital receiving specialized treatment and underwent five major surgeries to her scalp and hands.
07:21
07:21

Oyam Man Murders Sister in- Law, Hangs Self 2

It is alleged that Okello, who recently separated from his wife, identified only as Robina, blamed Apolo for the separation.
16:11
16:11

AG to Court: Investigations into NUP Missing Persons Still ongoing 3 2

In their case filed in January 2024, the relatives argue that the government’s conduct constitutes a flagrant dereliction of their human rights obligations. They seek compensation for a breach of the applicants’ constitutional rights and an order for damages and punitive demands.
15:40
15:40

Kwoyelo Picks 30 Defence Witnesses as ICD Fixes Trial Date 1 2

Juliet Harty Hatanga, the Deputy Registrar of the Division told Uganda Radio Network Monday that Kwoyelo’s Defence team has so far lined up 30 defense witnesses for the trial hearing commencing next week at Gulu High Court.
15:21
15:21

Judge Recuses From Case Seeking to Compel Hospital Subject Minister to Mental Examination 1 2

Nambayo said she doesn’t believe the petitioner has reasonable grounds to want the Minister’s mental status to be examined.
15:47
15:47

DPP Opposes Molly Katanga’s Bail Application Katanga Murder Case 2

According to Molly, before being committed to the High Court and later remanded to Luzira Women’s Prison, she had spent over two months at C-Care IHK Hospital where she received specialized treatment and underwent five major surgeries to her scalp and hands. She added that the injuries require a lot of specialized post-operative care for her recovery, which is not available in prison.
12:14
12:14

Constitutional Court Declines to Dismiss Anti Homosexuality Act, Nullifies Four Sections Richard Buteera 1 Top story

The petitioners, including West Budama MP Fox Odoi, human rights advocate Nicholas Opio, Makerere University Law professors Sylvia Tamale and Dr. Kabumba Businye, veteran journalist Andrew Mwenda, and USAID, argued that certain sections of the Anti-Homosexuality Law violated human dignity, freedoms of association and expression, and the right to engage in lawful trade and business.
08:14
08:14

Court Orders Gov't to Compensate Tea Farmers More than UGX 60Billion Attorney General 1 Top story

As per the consent judgment, it was recognized that the number of tea seedlings estimated to have been planted in the specified districts amounted to 106,640,606, valued at Shillings 42,656,242,400. Of this, Shillings 8,237,098,116 had already been paid to eligible nursery bed operators, and NAADS committed Shillings 7,118,326,249 for payment.
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