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07:00

President Museveni Appoints 16 Acting High Court Judges Dr Douglas Singiza 1

A statement from the Judicial Service Commission indicates that the appointments are a result of the ongoing recruitment of judicial officers at various levels. According to the statement, the appointments will enhance the capacity of the High Court to expeditiously dispose of cases and tackle the case backlog in the justice system.
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Magistrate Loses Bid to Block Sexual Harassment Trial Opio Belmos Ogwang 1

Justice Ssekaana dismissed the application on Monday morning on grounds that it was filed outside the stipulated three month period for filing applications for judicial review.
15:52
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Mabirizi Petitions Judicial Service Commission to Remove Justice Madrama From Office Commercial Court 1

According to Mabirizi he had obtained a temporary injuction from the Commercial Court Registrar stopping a Landlord from evicting him but in the process, Justice Madrama then a commercial court Judge directed him and the Landlord to settle their issues out of Court.
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Judicial Service Commission Promotes 32 Officers 1

The new Deputy Registrars are Babirye Mary, Lamunu Pamela, Natukunda Janeva, Hatanga Juliet Harty, Ajio Hellen, Katushabe Prossy, Mushabe Alex, Karemani Jamson, Ntalo Nasulu Hussein and Edoku John Paul.
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Mabirizi Asks Parliament to Reject Appointment of Chief Justice Male Mabirizi 2 1

In another separate petition concerning Justice Richard Buteera, Mabirizi says he doesn't have any issue with his integrity, but the Supreme Court Judge was appointed to a position that has not been vacant.
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Judicial Officer Seeks to Block Sexual Harassment Trial Opio Belmos Ogwang 1

Opio’s court file is allocated to Justice Musa Ssekaana who is yet to fix a date for hearing.
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Mabirizi Petitions Judicial Service Commission On Justice Ssekaana’s Conduct Male Mabirizi 1 1

Mabirizi accuses Justice Ssekaana of misconduct and incompetence. This stems from the manner in which he handled a case challenging the appointment of Justice Simon Byabakama as the chairman of the Electoral Commission without resigning as a Justice of the Court of Appeal.
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Judicial Service Commission Advertises Chief Justice Position 1

Justice Bart Katureebe is set to retire on June 20th 2020 having reached the mandatory retirement age 70 years. The Chief Justice is the head of Judiciary and is responsible for the administration and supervision of all courts in Uganda.
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Complaints Against Judicial Officers to be Filed Online 2 2

The system that was developed with the help of Strengthening Uganda’s Anti-Corruption Response Technical Advisory Facility –SUGAR TAF will enable court clients to register complaints wherever they are using their phones.
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Judicial Officers Complain Of Sexual Harassment At Work 2 1

Judicial officers from Luweero and Kampala have complained that they are sexually harassed while execution their duties.
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JSC Registers Complaints Against Judicial Officers misconduct 1 2

Members of the Judicial Service Commission-JSC have urged the public to demand for creation of Magisterial Areas in all the districts and regional Appeal Hubs to handle cases instead of travelling long distances to Kampala.
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Blackmail Rife In Complaints Against Judiciary - Katureebe case backlog 3 1

Chief Justice Bart Katureebe has warned the new Judicial Service Commission JSC to scrutinise carefully complaints against judicial officers.
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Kadaga Demands Probe Into Presidential Appointees 1 1

Kadagas directive stems from a petition presented to the Appointments Committee today, by Kawempe North MP Latif Ssebagala, questioning the recent appointments of members of the Judicial Service Commission JSC.
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JSC Members Split Over Retirement Age for Judges 5 1

Speaking to journalists shortly after being approved by Parliaments Appointments Committee today, one of the members, former Sheema Woman MP Rosemary Nyakikongoro, says the debate should focus on Uganda losing key judicial officers when they are still needed in the system.
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Museveni Appoints Justice Kabiito as JSC Chairperson

President Yoweri Museveni has finally named High Court Judge Benjamin Isingoma Kabiito as the new chairperson of the Judicial Service Commission--JSC. The appointment comes six months after the term of the old commission expired.
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Justice James Ogoola set to Retire 1

The Ugandan Constitution stipulates a four-year term contract which is subject to a one time renewal. However, Ogoola, who was first sworn in as the Chairman of the Commission in February 2012 is not eligible for a reappointment after clocking the mandatory retirement age of 70.
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Justice Kavuma Wins Round One in Fight for His Job uganda 1 Top story

He said the applicants should have filed their petition before the Supreme Court, which is hearing their main application seeking to dislodge justice Kavuma.
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Judiciary Transfers 105 Judicial Officers

The Judiciary has carried out massive transfers that will affect 105 lower judicial officers, a move aimed at enhancing effective delivery of judicial services in the country. The judicial officers affected are of the ranks of assistant registrars, chief magistrates, magistrates Grade One and Two.
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Justice Choudry Floors Judicial Service Commission ambassador 1 Top story

In a unanimous judgment, the three justices of the court; Remmy Kasule, Solomy Balungi Bbosa and Richard Butera held that the JSC did not accord justice Choudry an opportunity to defend himself against the complaint filed by the Uganda Law Society (ULS). The justices ruled that the omission was against the rules of natural justice.
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