Ugandan Newspaper Editors Appear in Court, Denied Bail
The editors of local daily tabloid Red Pepper have been charged with seven counts, including the publication of information prejudicial to security and libel. The group is also said to have published newspaper story lines that injured the reputations of President Yoweri Museveni, his brother General Salim Saleh and security minister Lieutenant General Henery Tumukunde. They denied the charges.
Monitor, 27 November 2017
Editors of a local daily tabloid, the Red Pepper have been charged with seven counts including; publication of information prejudicial to security, libel and offensive… Read more »
Red Pepper directors and editors in the dock at Buganda Road Court on Monday.
Observer, 27 November 2017
Five directors and three editors of Red Pepper Publications have today, Monday been arraigned in Buganda Road court, almost a week after they were arrested over a tabloid story… Read more »
Uganda: Red Pepper Editors in Court
Independent (Kampala), 27 November 2017
A week after their arrest, eight editors and directors of one of Uganda's most popular tabloid newspaper groups are in court to face "treason" charges over an article implicating… Read more »