Ugandan Judges Want Better Pay
Judges have asked to meet with the president to discuss their salaries, saying the money paid to them is little compared to the demanding tasks they do.
Symbol of justice.
The Observer, 17 January 2013
The Chief Justice, Benjamin Odoki, used the just-ended judges' conference to repeat what he has said before, that judicial officers are underpaid.read more »
The Observer, 24 October 2012
When Peter SC Ochieng, the 'deputy secretary general', of the breakaway faction of the Democratic Party, filed a petition in the constitutional court, a year ago, he did not know... read more »
Uganda: Courting Trouble Over Salaries
The Independent, 18 August 2012
Cases pile up and corruption thrives as Uganda's cash-strapped judiciary fails to attract judgesread more »
The Independent, 31 July 2012
With the retiring judges worsening the already bad situation of lack of judges in the judiciary, the pressure is on the judicial service commission to recruit new judges as soon as... read more »
Uganda: Staff Crisis in Judiciary
The Independent, 10 June 2012
As senior judges retire and others pursue greener pastures the courts are left hopelessly emptyread more »