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12:46
12:46

Molly Katanga Denied Bail Again medical examination 1

“In the new application, it could be concluded that the applicant has failed to prove her condition couldn’t be managed by prison authorities. There is no new ground of ailment raised in the application but rather a mere mention of it. This matter was considered in the previous application,” said Justice Muwata.
13:47
13:47

Molly Katanga Secures Medical Report from Prison, Makes Second Bail Attempt Katanga Murder Case 1

The evidence before the Court indicates that Molly was found to suffer from hypertension with multiple breast masses, paranasal sinusitis, vertigo, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
12:56
12:56

Molly Katanga Denied Bail on Murder Charges Katanga Murder Case 3

Before being committed to the High court and later remanded to Luzira Women’s Prison, she says she had spent over two months at C-Care IHK hospital receiving specialized treatment and underwent five major surgeries to her scalp and hands.
15:47
15:47

DPP Opposes Molly Katanga’s Bail Application Katanga Murder Case 2

According to Molly, before being committed to the High Court and later remanded to Luzira Women’s Prison, she had spent over two months at C-Care IHK Hospital where she received specialized treatment and underwent five major surgeries to her scalp and hands. She added that the injuries require a lot of specialized post-operative care for her recovery, which is not available in prison.
13:53
13:53

Suspects in Katanga Murder Case Granted Bail Molly Katanga 2 2

Prosecution criticized the medical doctor who authored the reports, saying he lacked the qualifications to make the conclusions he did, as he is not a cardiologist but rather qualified in general medicine.
16:30
16:30

Court to Decide on Bail for Suspects in Katanga Murder Case Next Week Patricia Kakwanzi 2

According to the Prosecution, the applicants did not raise any valid exceptional circumstances, and those that resemble the circumstances do not fit within the meaning of the law. The Prosecution pointed out that the medical reports attached by the first and second applicants regarding their health conditions do not qualify as grave illness as required by Section 15 of the Trial Indictments Act.
15:51
15:51

Court Issues Arrest Warrant For Katanga's Widow, Suspects Committed For Trial Katanga Murder Case 2 Top story

The Prosecution argued that Molly's alleged sickness couldn't be substantiated in court, and they sought the warrant based on completed investigations and urged the court to commit the case to the High Court for trial.
16:40
16:40

Court to Decide on DPP's Revision Case in Katanga Murder Next Week Katanga Murder Case 2

The suspects who include Katanga's two daughters Martha Katanga Nkwanzi and Patricia Kankwanzi are jointly charged with their mother Molly Katanga who is reportedly admitted for injuries she allegedly sustained during the incident.
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