Press Release

Go After the ‘big fish’ to Curb Corruption says Principal Judge

10th, December 2015
The Hon. Principal Judge, Hon. Justice Dr. Yorokamu Bamwine criticized the manner in which the officials of the Inspectorate of Government (IGG) acted in a recent scenario where a magistrate was set to be arrested for soliciting a bribe but somehow the set up trap was miss-handled and the magistrate survived. Read More »

58 Judicial Officers Appointed to Higher Ranks

3rd, December 2015
The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) has promoted a total of 58 judicial officers across the country in a bid to improve the administration of justice in the country.Read More »

Uganda Judicial Officers’ Body Gets New Executive

23rd, November 2015
Judicial officers under their umbrella body, Uganda Judicial Officers Association (UJOA) on Saturday November 2, 2015 elected new office bearers. Read More »

Help us clean up the State - President Museveni appeals to Judiciary

26th, October 2015
President Yoweri Museveni said criminal political leaders are a disaster to the country and warned that idealists have been replaced by politicians using bribery and corruption to seek jobs rather than using their offices as a platform for strategy for direction. Read More »

20th Annual GoU and Development Partner JLOS Review

15th, October 2015
MUNYONYO- The\r\nJustice Law and Order Sector (JLOS) Annual Report 2014/15, provides information\r\non the performance of the Sector for Financial Year 2014/15 Read More »

Principal Judge shuffles High Court Judges - 22 Positions Still Vacant

8th, October 2015
KAMPALA- The Principal Judge, Hon. Justice Dr. Yorokamu Bamwine made changes in the High Court, re-deploying some Judges and assigning others extra responsibilities. Read More »

Chief Justice Embarks on Country-Wide Tour of Courts

30th, September 2015
The Chief Justice started a country wide tour of the courts aimed at familiarizing himself with the third arm of state whose reins he took over in March 2015. Read More »

UNRA Probe Gets 3 Months Extension

9th, September 2015
KAMPALA: The Commission of Inquiry into Allegations of Mismanagement, Abuse of Office and Corrupt Practices in the Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) has been extended by another three months. Read More »