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CBS radio station allowed to resume broadcasting after year-long closure

Reporters Without Borders welcomes CBS radio’s resumption of normal broadcasting at 9:30 a.m. on 23 October after being closed for a year. Its (...)

Published on 26 October 2010 Read


Second journalist murdered in three days

Reporters Without Borders is deeply shocked and saddened to learn that Dickson Ssentongo, a news presenter on Prime Radio, a Seventh Day (...)

Published on 16 September 2010 Read


Journalist beaten to death by angry mob

Reporters Without Borders deplores journalist Paul Kiggundu’s murder by a crowd of angry motorcyclists in the southern town of Rakai on 10 (...)

Published on 14 September 2010 Read


Newspaper reporter harassed by police for allegedly libelling President Museveni

Reporters Without Borders condemns the way the Ugandan police are harassing Angelo Izama, an investigative reporter and political analyst who (...)

Published on 30 December 2009 Read


Four radio stations closed and a talk-show host detained for "inciting riots"

Reporters Without Borders condemns the government’s closure of four radio stations and its ban on live debate programmes in response to the (...)

Published on 13 September 2009 Read


Military intelligence raids new fortnightly, arrests publisher and two journalists

Reporters Without Borders firmly condemns raids by military intelligence personnel on the headquarters of the privately-owned fortnightly The (...)

Published on 29 April 2008 Read


How to "kick out" a foreign journalist

This column appeared in Kampala in The Daily Monitor on 31 March 2006 Suppose you are president of Uganda. When you organise a presidential (...)

Published on 3 April 2006 Read


Net censorship reaches sub-Saharan Africa

Reporters Without Borders condemned filtering of a radio website imposed by the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) on 16 February 2006 - the (...)

Published on 24 February 2006 Read

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