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Top Ugandan High Court Judge conducts Anti-Corruption Training to Judicial Officers
Justice Lawrence Gidudu, who has been the Head of Uganda’s Anti-Corruption Court for the past five years, was in the country conducting a week-long training which was attended by judges, magistrates, prosecutors, anti-corruption investigators and police officers, among other stakeholders.READ MORE...
Honourable Justice Lawrence Gidudu (standing) delivering a lecturer during one of the training sessions on Anti-Corruption held in Harare on 27 January 2020
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Anti-Corruption Training held on 27 January 2020 by Honourable Judge L Gidudu (Head of Ugandan Anti-Corruption Court) in pics VIEW PICTURES...
High Court Judges Undergo Orientation
A total of five High Court Judges took part in a three day-long Orientation Conference that was held at Troubeck Hotel in Nyanga. Honourable Chief Justice Luke Malaba, and other senior Judges that included the Judge President George Chiweshe attended the event and made presentations on different topics. READ MORE...
Honourable Chief Justice Luke Malaba (seated, third from left) pictured with Supreme/Constitutional and High Court Judges attending the Judges' Orientation Conference held in Nyanga from 13th to the 16th of February 2020 .
Zambian Judiciary delegation in Zimbabwe on a benchmarking mission
The Zambian Judiciary led by Chief Administrator Ms. Nalishebo Imatha was in Harare recently. The team was in the country for a benchmarking mission on Performance Management System (PMS) popularized by their Zimbabwean counterparts.
Honourable Chief Justice Luke Malaba (seated centre) and Judicial Service Commission Secretary Walter Chikwana (seated second from right) welcomed members of the visiting Zambian Judiciary led by Chief Administrator Ms. Nalishebo Imataa at Harare in March 2020.
JSC, NBS ink housing deal for Magistrates.
Housing problems will soon be a thing of the past for Magistrates and Judges after the Judicial Service Commission signed a memorundum of understanding with the National Building Society to provide mortgages for judicial officers. All Magistrates, in terms of the deal that was sealed, are now legible for mortgages and they have option to buy complete houses or to get funding to develop their own stands
Model houses offered by National Building Society.