Press Release

CJ Appreciates Visiting US Judge

22nd, March 2017
The Hon. Chief Justice Bart Katureebe hosted retired American Judge, Hon. Justice Timothy Tower, to a dinner at his official residence at Nakasero, Kampala. Read More »

PS Kagole Kivumbi's First 100 Days in the Judiciary

20th, March 2017
KampalaMore than three months ago President Yoweri Museveni reshuffle the number of permanent secretaries, including Judiciary's long serving Secretary to the Judiciary (SJ), Mrs. Dorcas W. Okalany, who was transferred to the Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development. Read More »

Rwenzururu Kingdom Premier Granted Bail

17th, March 2017
Jinja. Mr. Johnson Thembo Kitsumbire, the Rwenzururu Kingdom Prime Minister has been released on bail. Thembo was released on a non-cash bond of 75 million Shillings while his sureties were bonded 100 million Shillings each. Read More »

92 Charges Slapped Against Ex-LRA Commander

15th, March 2017
Kampala. Thomas Kwoyelo alias Latoni,the former rebel commander with the Lord Resistance Army (LRA) was on March 14, 2017 charged afresh with 92 charges. These are in connection with his alleged killings of civilian population during the two-decade insurgency in northern Uganda led by Joseph Kony.Read More »

Court to Rule on Muslim Clerics' Case on April 4,2017

14th, March 2017
Kampala. The 14 men accused of complicity in the murder of Muslim sheikhs Mustafa Bahiga and Ibrahim Kirya will have to wait up to April 4, 2017 to know whether they have a case to answer or not. Read More »

NAWJU Holds Court Open Day to Mark Women's Day Celebrations

10th, March 2017
On March 6,2017 the National Association of Women Judges (NAWJU) in conjunction with the Chief Magistrates Court of Wakiso held a Court Open Day to interact with court users, who comprised school children, women, the old and other court users. Read More »

Moroto & Kotido CM Courts Solar Power Restored

3rd, March 2017
After over six months without reliable power, the solar systems at our Chief Magistrates Courts of Moroto and Kotido in north eastern Uganda have been restored. Read More »

Government Creates 70 New Courts

3rd, March 2017
In a move to bring judicial services closer to the Ugandans, the government through the Justice and Constitutional Affairs Minister, Hon. Rtd Maj Gen. Kahinda Otafire issued out a statutory instrument that has seen the creation of about 70 more magistrate courts and magisterial areas throughout the country. Read More »