Police have Thursday continued to deploy heavily at the Red Pepper and Daily Monitor headquarters in Kampala, raising fears the publications might not be opened soon despite a court order directing security to vacate the dailies’ premises. ... Full story
The state is investigating Daily Monitor and its journalists for retaining and publishing documents suspected to be prejudicial to the safety or interests of Uganda, a top government official has said. ... Full story
The UPDF high Command is sitting at State House, Entebbe to decide the fate of closed Ugandan media houses. ... Full story
As the Red Pepper management takes its fight to the international community following the closure of its newspaper, a senior police official has said security is not about to leave the Namanve premises. ... Full story
Local government leaders have urged Parliament to consider an urgent review of the current formula used to allocate resources in the national budget. ... Full story
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