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Hearing of criminal defamation case continues, as Parliamentary reporters academic suit commences.

Kampala, 28th /April /2016; Further hearing of a criminal defamation case in which four journalists; Ronald Nahebwa, Benon Tugumisirize, Madina Nalwanga and Patrick Tumwesige are accused of defaming city tycoons Ephraim Ntaganda and Drake Lubega continued on 28th /April/2016 with the second prosecution witness Serugo Denis Richard adducing evidence. During cross examination by four lawyers, Serugo told

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Is social media the newest front in Uganda’s war with the press?

This statement was originally post on Columbia Journalism Review on 22 April 2016. KAMPALA, UGANDA—The night before Uganda’s February 18 presidential vote, David Tumusiime went to bed with a firm plan in place for the next day’s coverage. The website editor for Uganda Radio Network (URN), a syndicate of more than 20 correspondents spread across the

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HRNJ-Uganda wins prestigious Astor Award

This statement was originally published on the London Evening Post on 15th/April/2016. By Staff Writer A Ugandan human rights organisation that has helped many of the country’s journalists fight court cases against the brutality of the Ugandan police and military forces in the country, has won the prestigious Lord Astor Award for services rendered to

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Hearing of criminal defamation case continues, as Parliamentary reporters academic suit commences.

Kampala, 28th /April /2016; Further hearing of a criminal defamation case in which four journalists; Ronald Nahebwa, Benon Tugumisirize, Madina Nalwanga and Patrick Tumwesige are accused of defaming city tycoons Ephraim Ntaganda and Drake Lubega continued on 28th /April/2016 with the second prosecution witness Serugo Denis Richard adducing evidence. During cross examination by four lawyers, Serugo told

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HRNJ-Uganda wins prestigious Astor Award

This statement was originally published on the London Evening Post on 15th/April/2016. By Staff Writer A Ugandan human rights organisation that has helped many of the country’s journalists fight court cases against the brutality of the Ugandan police and military forces in the country, has won the prestigious Lord Astor Award for services rendered to

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Is social media the newest front in Uganda’s war with the press?

This statement was originally post on Columbia Journalism Review on 22 April 2016. KAMPALA, UGANDA—The night before Uganda’s February 18 presidential vote, David Tumusiime went to bed with a firm plan in place for the next day’s coverage. The website editor for Uganda Radio Network (URN), a syndicate of more than 20 correspondents spread across the

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