Press Release

Treat Judiciary Fairly, Hon. Justice Wambuzi Tells Government

27th, April 2015
Three-time former Chief Justice Hon. Justice Samuel William Wako Wambuzi has warned the Executive and Parliament to stop treating the Judiciary which is the third arm as their junior partner. Read More »

Danish, EU Ambassadors Pay Courtesy Visit to Chief Justice

22nd, April 2015
The European Union is set to become the newest donor of Ugandaís Justice, Law and Order Sector starting next year, reveals EUís head of delegation to Uganda.Read More »

Chief Justice Officiates at The Second Uganda National Journalism Awards

13th, April 2015
It is indeed an honour and privilege for me this evening to officiate at this second edition of the Uganda National Journalism Award ceremony.  Read More »

The Judiciary to Review Some Tax Cases

13th, April 2015
The Judiciary will review six controversial judgments in which Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) lost billions of shillings, the Principal Judge, Hon. Justice Dr. Yorokamu Bamwine pledged. Read More »

New Chief Justice Officially Assumes Office

10th, April 2015
The newly appointed Chief Justice, Hon. Bart M. Katureebe on April 9 officially took the Judiciaryís high office and started on his journey to steer the institution that ran without substantive for two years.Read More »

Judiciary Warns Against Donor Dependence

9th, April 2015
Speaking at URA workshop on emerging trends in tax law and tax administration at Lake Victoria Serena Resort on April 8, 2015, Hon. Justice Bamwine said URA and the tax tribunal cannot succeed in executing their mandates without the support of the other state agencies, including the Judiciary. Read More »

Magistrates Appointed

26th, March 2015
The Judicial Service Commission appointed ten (10) new Magistrates at the level of Grade One Magistrate.  Read More »

New system to Ease Court Case Backlog

24th, March 2015
The Directorate of Public Prosecutions drafted a new case management system to reduce case backlog and ensure efficient management of cases, the DPP, Hon. Justice Mike Chibita, has said. Read More »