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07:27
07:27

Scholars: Govt Should Use Media Council to Settle Disputes the red pepper 4 1

The scholars say the recent raid of The Red Pepper offices and detention of its editors and directors is an infringement on media and press freedom as enshrined in the constitution. They also argue that government should have complained to the Media Council rather than closing The Red Pepper and its sister publications. Five Red Pepper Publications Limited directors and three editors were arrested on Tuesday last week following police raid of their head offices, situated in Namanve, along Jinja Road.
18:42
18:42

Police Seals Off Red Pepper Offices Over Rwanda Govt Story the red pepper 1 Top story

Detectives from the Uganda Police Force have sealed off the offices of the Red Pepper Publications Limited over a story published on Monday claiming that Uganda was planning to topple the Government of Rwandan President Paul Kagame.
17:07
17:07

Red Pepper to Appeal UGX 425M Defamation Judgement the red pepper

Lawyers representing the Pepper Publications Limited, a company that owns The Red Pepper say they will appeal judgment in which court awarded 425 million Shillings to retired Chief Justice Samuel William Wako Wambuzi in defamation damages.
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.
17:46
17:46

Kadaga Sues Red Pepper For Alleged Defamation the red pepper

The Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga has sued the Red Pepper Publications claiming she was defamed by a story published in September last year.The said story ran in the Sunday Pepper on September 9, 2012 under the headline \'More 300 tycoons lose property over debts- National Exclusive\'. Also sued are the editor in chief, Richard Tusiime and the reporter who filed the story, Isaac Tugume.
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