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Kabafunzaki bribe case adjourned over sickness...

Kabafunzaki, who did not appear in court, is expected to start his defence after the court recently ruled that he has a case to answer.

AG, DPP want Kazinda release from jail blocked...

In August, the Constitutional Court acquitted Kazinda of all charges

Equal Opportunities boss Ntambi faces arrest...

The Anti-Corruption Court chief magistrate Pamella Lamunu Ochaya sounded the warning today after Ntambi failed to turn up in court for the third time to...

Court bars Kabafunzaki from travelling abroad...

Kabafunzaki, his personal assistant, Brian Mugabo and Bruce Lubowa, who is still at large, are accused of soliciting and receiving sh5m bribe from AYA...

Court assessor wants Kazinda jailed over...

Kazinda is also accused by the IGG of possessing a house in Bukoto, a city suburb and land situated at Kyadondo Mengo West, valued at sh3.1b.

Court extends criminal summons against Equal...

Ntambi and her staff are facing 25 counts of causing financial loss, conspiracy to defraud, embezzlement, corruption, and abuse of office.

Equal Opportunities boss Ntambi due in court...

The chairperson of the Equal Opportunities Commission, Sylvia Muwebwa Ntambi is due to appear before the Anti-Corruption Court tomorrow on corruption charges....

Four Police officers charged over Katwe exhibit...

They all, however, denied the charges and applied for bail, presenting two sureties each.

Medical intern faces 12 years in jail

Taremwa was employed as a medical intern at the cancer institute, where he allegedly demanded the money from Christopher Nyabongo as an inducement.

Sh10b SACCOS fund saga: Microfinance bosses...

Prosecution alleges that Mujuni, Mwebembezi and Birungi between November 2019 and August 2020, stole sh10.8b, a grant from the President, meant for the...

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