Museveni once again said he believes in the Law of Moses in the Bible that calls for ‘an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.'
Judiciary installed the biometric system to track staff attendance on duty.
WHEN RETIRING, YOU WERE EMPHATIC THAT YOU WERE GOING ‘HOME'. WHAT DOES THAT MEAN? I am satisﬁed that I have played my part, others can continue from...
The colourful handover ceremony took place at Kampala High Court on Monday. Having retired from office, the 70-year old Katureebe hanged the rob on Saturday....
The pandemic has halted the hearing of the 220 land cases funded by the government and World Bank.
Bigirimana revealed that he has already given police instructions to impound all cars that will be found in bars and other non-official functions like...
World Bank has committed an additional sh500m to the Judiciary to fight case backlog, the Secretary to the Judiciary Pius Bigirimana has revealed.
However, the court noted that city lawyer Male Mabirizi's appeal in Age Limit case raises serious questions on interpretation of East African Treaty.
The decision was reached after Judiciary’s Top Management headed by Chief Justice Bart Katureebe reviewed a report of the Taskforce in December 2019.
The average time taken by court to clear cases reduced by 11% to 969 days from 1,090
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