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Musician Dre Cali’s Lawyer Jagwe Ibrahim has today asked court for more time to gather evidence and witness statements in the case in which his client is accused of breaching contract filed against him by Wyse Technologies Ltd. While both parties appearing before the Commercial Division of the High court registrar Nabakooza Flavia, Mr. Jagwe […]

The Deputy Chief Justice Richard Buteera has commended the President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni for enhancing the Judiciary budget. The Judiciary budget increased from UGX 196 billion for the Financial Year 2020/2021 to UGX 357 billion for the Financial Year 2021/2022. “This increment will enable us to go a long way in bringing justice nearer to […]

As a means of combating continuous spread of the coronavirus, the Judiciary through the chief justice of Uganda, Alfonse Owiny-Dollo came up with measures to align with those at national level in a bid to protect their staff and other court users from the virus. This comes after the revised directives by the president of Uganda, Yoweri […]

The International Criminal Court (ICC) has convicted Dominic Ongwen, the former commander of the Sinia Brigade of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA). Ongwen was found guilty on 61 counts of War crimes and crimes against Humanity. He was facing 70 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity allegedly committed during attacks in Pajule IDP […]

Sixteen-year-old Jacqueline Babirye is struggling to fend for her four siblings following the imprisonment of their parents.  Babirye, a resident of Kabaganda village in Buwenge Sub county, Jinja district says they are at the verge of starvation as their bread winners were remanded.       Babirye’s parents, Ruth Mutasa and William Mutasa were remanded to […]

The High Court in Kampala has awarded UGX 250million to a tortured Internal Security Organisation – ISO operative, Simon Peter Odongo who was on May 05 arrested from his home in Kampala for allegedly brandishing a gun on UPDF soldiers.  It was reported then that UPDF soldiers who were on duty distributing food to vulnerable […]