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MTN files complaint against Judge

By Joan Akello MTN Uganda has lodged a formal complaint with the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) in Uganda against the Chief Magistrate of the Buganda Road Magistrates Court, Sylvia Nabagala. The complaint concerns Nabagala’s professional misconduct in contradictory rulings and disregard of due process. It is alleged  that the magistrate …

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Mukula to defend himself in court Today

Kampala, Uganda | Julius Odeke | Ex-Deputy Health Minister without portfolio George Michael Mukula is to appear before court to start his defence in a case where he is accused of embezzling Shs210 million from the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation account. The Anti-Corruption Court in Kampala ruled that Mukula, has …

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Kazinda case continues tomorrow

Kampala, Uganda | The Independent | Geoffrey A. Kazinda will appear at the anti corruption court tomorrow noon till the close of the week. The interdicted principal accountant is involved as a cosignatory to all the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) accounts and the irregular payments therein. He, among three others, is …

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Court Acquits Foreign Affairs Minister

Kampala, Uganda | Julius Odeke| The Foreign Affairs Minister Sam Kutesa and his other two colleagues have been acquitted by the Anti -Corruption Court on Friday morning. The three ministers who include; Sam Kutesa, John Nasasira and Mwesigwa Rukutana were accused of causing financial loss to government during preparations for the …

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Record Television dragged to court

By Julius Odeke Former workers of Record Television have dragged the management of the troubled Record Television Uganda to court over charges of violating workers’ constitutional rights. The top managers of Record Television will on November 8, 2012 appear at Kampala High Court before Lady Justice Elizabeth Musoke to defend …

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Likely new faces at the Supreme Court

By Rosebell Kagumire Two years before the presidential and parliamentary elections, there is increasing concern over whether the judiciary is capable of ruling against the government, should allegations of wrongdoing in the presidential election arise again. The judiciary has demonstrated some independence in recent years, especially in the settling of …

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