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22:08
22:08

Parliament Probes Mass Layoffs at Vision Group journalism 4 1 Top story

A number of workers were sent on Forced leave with a pay of 500,000 Shillings a month, to sustain them during this period. Several others were terminated in a decision, which according to the company’s Chief Executive Robert Kabushenga, was in response to the changed media industry circumstances.
19:32
19:32

Experts Fault Media Owners for Infringing on Journalists Rights unesco 4

During a post-Press Freedom Day media conference organised by the Uganda National Commission for UNESCO in partnership with Uganda Journalists Association UJA at Grand Imperial Hotel today, the experts agree that the Uganda Police Force comes top in human rights reports for violating rights of journalists. They are however quick to add that media owners violate the rights of journalists they are supposed to protect as their employees.
07:27
07:27

Journalism More Difficult Than Ever- Rights Expert david kaye

UN Human Rights Expert David Kaye says that too many leaders see journalism as the enemy, reporters as rogue actors, those who tweet as terrorists, and bloggers as blasphemers.
11:27
11:27

Justice Ogoola Faults Gov't on Journalist's Attack journalism 1 4

Justice Ogoola also cited attempts to frustrate the first presidential debate held on 15th January through load shading.
11:07
11:07

Media Owners on the Spot over Media Rights journalism 2 1

Uganda Human Rights Commission (UHRC) says quality journalism is on the decline in Uganda despite an increase in the number of media outlets. Media owners have also been accused for violating rights of the journalists in the country.
13:12
13:12

Six Grace Radio Employees Dismissed journalism

Six employees of GRACE Radio, a private FM station in Rubiriizi district western Uganda, have been dismissed for allegedly causing commotion at the station.
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