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URSB Opens Up Call Centre

Like any other busy organizations that frequently interact with many clients, Uganda Registration Services Bureau equally needs a call centre. One thing companies and organizations, public or private, large or small, manufacturing, service or government have in common is the critical need for exceptional customer service, so the increasing expectations for public-sector service levels necessitates a look at whether our operations have the capability to deliver adequate customer centred experiences,…

18th Annual Judges Conference (2016): Speech by the CJ

January 19, 2016 | Commonwealth Speke Resort, Munyonyo (Kampala) The Rt. Honorable Prime Minister of Uganda The Hon the Deputy Chief Justice of Uganda The Hon Justice Kihara Kariuki, President of the Court of Appeal representing the Chief Justice of Kenya The Hon the Principal Judge The Justices of the Supreme Court The Justices of the Court of Appeal The Judges of the High Court The Head of Public Service…

New Law Year 2016: Speech by the CJ

The Hon the Deputy Chief Justice The Hon the Principal Judge The Hon Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs The Hon Attorney General His Eminence The Most Reverend Stanley Ntagali, Archbishop of Church of Uganda Your Lordships the Justices and Judges of the Courts of Judicature The Director Public Prosecutions Your Excellences, Members of Diplomatic Corps Hon Members of Parliament Present Members of Constitutional Commissions The Head of Public Service/…

International Anti-corruption Week (2015): Media Supplement

The Justice, Law and Order Sector (JLOS) has in place measures to eliminate abuse of office, acts of impunity and ensuring accountability and the rule of law. The JLOS chain-linked justice system is premised on the theory of the 3Cs; Cooperation, Communication and Coordination of initiatives. The chain-linked initiative involves shared roles in prevention, detection, investigation and reprimand of cases of corruption. All seventeen (17) JLOS member institutions fight syndicate…