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16:38
16:38

Journalist Named Bunyoro Kingdom Spokesperson in Cabinet Reshuffle daily monitor

Bunyoro King Solomon Gafabusa Iguru has reshuffled his cabinet, naming among others a Daily Monitor journalist Francis Mugerwa as Minister of Information ICT and Kingdom spokesperson.
10:15
10:15

Daily Monitor: Court Rules Wednesday on Sejusa Letter media siege

Kampala High Court is expected tomorrow to pass its preliminary ruling on whether to hear out an application filed by four Daily Monitor journalists who are seeking to quash the orders issued by Nakawa Court that demanded that the newspaper avails to police the original letter written by Gen. David Sejusa and also reveal its source.
08:26
08:26

Ambassador Hennekens: Ugandan Media Freedom Vital for Country daily monitor 1 3

The Ambassador of Netherlands Alphons Hennekens has said that the press has a responsibility to address issues that affect their community and what is going on in government and other circles.
15:59
15:59

Conditions Set by Government Dent Press Freedom daily monitor 1

Media practioners have described terms set by government before re-opening both The Monitor and The Red Pepper as an infringement on freedom of the press in the country.
12:27
12:27

Police, Media in Waiting Game over Closed Offices daily monitor 1

The Red Pepper managing director Richard Tusiime argues that there is no point in going to court over the closed media houses because a political problem cannot be solved in court.
11:44
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Police Teargas Solidarity Demo Over Closed Media Houses daily monitor

A demonstration organised by the Uganda Human Rights Network for Journalists (HRNJ-U) to show support for besieged media houses has been tear-gassed in Namuwongo, Kampala.
05:01
05:01

Monitor Editor: We Are Surviving Hand to Mouth daily monitor 1

Seven days into the closure of the Monitor and the Pepper Publications, workers are starting to feel the pinch as it extends to their relatives. Joseph Mazige, the Deputy News Editor at The Daily Monitor Newspaper says the closure of the paper has affected his mother.
20:38
20:38

The Monitor Still Closed As They Fail to Agree with Police david sejusa

The Monitor Publications Limited remains closed after a meeting with police fails to resolve issues arising from the General David Sejusa letter. Monitor director Jimmy Serugo says paper was unable to accept to hand over the letter to police.
18:51
18:51

Activists held For Staging Procession Against Media Siege daily monitor

The suspects are currently being held at Kabalagala police station.
14:18
14:18

Police Raid: KFM, Dembe Switched Off daily monitor

Two radio stations belonging to Nation Media Group have now been put off air as the police continue with the search at the Daily Monitor and Red Pepper offices in Kampala. KFM broadcasting on frequency 93.3 FM and Dembe FM that broadcasts on 94.3 have just gone off air.
14:16
14:16

RDC Demands Ushs 100m for Defamation sue

Milton Odongo, the Amuru Resident District Commissioner has threatened to sue the Daily Monitor publications unless he is paid 100 million shillings for alleged defamation.
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