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22:08
22:08

Tribunal Orders Makerere to Stop Deleting Dismissed Staff With Appeals Off Payroll 1 Top story

“All university employees who, in future, file appeals in the staff tribunal after they have been removed from service by the appointments board be left on the payroll and be paid half of the salary until their appeals are concluded by the staff tribunal,” the seven-member tribunal so ordered.
21:43
21:43

Former Kitalya Prison Inmates Sue Government Over Torture, Homosexuality Allegations 1 1 Top story

The applicants accuse Kiyimba of hurling insults at them for allegedly being homosexuals and assaulting three of them with a big stick before ordering that they are tied up with ropes and marched in a procession to Nkokonjeru Police Post.
19:53
19:53

Hawkers Charged For Assaulting KCCA Officials

Abdu Sejjoba and Juma Akakwansa appeared before the Buganda Road Chief Magistrate, Mariam Akello on Tuesday afternoon. Court heard that while in New Taxi park on July 17th, 2020 Ssejoba assaulted Musa Mutyaba who was enforcing trade order in the park.
15:42
15:42

KCCA Asks Court to Lift Order Blocking Bunamwaya Road Works KIIDP 2 2 Top story

But Ssenyonjo explained that his property developed cracks and fissures during the road excavation works before demanding for Shillings 50 million in compensation and an order directing KCCA to vacate his land.
14:45
14:45

State Applies for Witness Protection in Kaweesi Murder Trial Hamza Ssekidde 2 4 Top story

Anguzu told the Judge that the application filed this morning will be heard exparte for security reasons and that he could not even reveal much about the application for similar reasons.
13:11
13:11

Court Awards UGX 70m to Ishaka-Bushenyi Municipal Officials for Illegal Interdiction

Delivering his judgment on Tuesday, Justice Dr. Flavian Zeija said that the three officials were put through a lot of inconvenience, both psychologically and physically by going to court to prevent the alleged illegalities.
05:57
05:57

90-Year-Old Sues Chinese Company Over Stone Quarrying Activities NEMA 1

Nakabuye said that she is a peasant farmer who is suffering from illnesses that come with old age, all of which require a quiet residential environment to enable her to rest with less stress. She, however, says that this is impossible in a neighbourhood with stone quarrying activities.
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