East Africa Court of Justice

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  1. Court Orders Tanzania Minister to Annul the Order Banning Publication of the Local Newspaper ‘Mseto’ and Allow the Newspaper Resume Publication

    The East African Court of Justice, First Instance Division on 21st June 2018 delivered Judgment in the matter between The Managing Editor Mseto & Hali Halisi Publishers Limited and the Attorney General of the United Republic of Tanzania (Reference No. 7 of 2016). It was the Applicants case that, on 4th August, 2016, Mseto published […] Read Full Article

  2. RWANDA MINISTER OF JUSTICE CONGRATULATES EACJ ON REALIZING THE OBJECTIVE OF SENSITIZING STATE ATTORNEYS

    East African Court of Justice Kigali, 20th June 2018: The Minister of Justice and Attorney General (AG) of the Republic of Rwanda who was the Chief Guest, represented by Mr Theophile Mbonea, Head of Legal services in the Office of the AG, congratulated the Court on realizing the objective of sensitizing the State Attorneys who […] Read Full Article

  3. EACJ President calls upon the stakeholders to strengthen their cooperation & relationship with the Court

    East African Court of Justice Arusha, 14th June 2018: The President of the East African Court of Justice, Hon Justice Dr Emmanuel Ugirashebuja, while at the opening of a three days sensitization workshop for the Judges, State Attorneys and Members of the Bar Association of the Republic of Uganda on the role of the Court […] Read Full Article

  4. Court allows amendment of an Application for the Basajjabalabas seeking to restrain the government from summoning them for investigation over a Criminal case

    East African Court of Justice Arusha, 6th June 2018: As the Court resumed its sessions this week, the First Instance Division yesterday 5th June, allowed the Applicant Mr Hassan Basajjabalaba & Bassajabalaba Muzamiru (Ugandans) to amend their Application seeking Court to stop the government of Uganda from summoning them for investigation over a criminal case. […] Read Full Article

  5. COURT HOLDS THE GOVERNMENT OF BURUNDI LIABLE FOR UNLAWFUL SEIZURE OF GOODS AND AWARDS US$20,000 AS GENERAL DAMAGES

    East African Court of Justice, Arusha, Tanzania, 19th June, 2018: The East African Court of Justice, First Instance Division on 19th June 2018 delivered Judgment in the matter between Grand Lacs Suppliers S.A.R.L & Others versus the Attorney General of the Republic of Burundi (Reference No. 6 of 2016). It was the Applicants’ case that […] Read Full Article

  6. Court declines to grant an ex parte order to Basajjabalaba (Ugandan) to stop the government from summoning him for investigation over a criminal case

    East African Court of Justice Arusha, 24th April 2018: The First Instance Division declined to grant ex parte orders (Order granted in the absence of the opposing party) to Mr Hassan Basajjabalaba (Ugandan), to stop the government of Uganda from summoning him for investigation over a criminal case. The ex-parte Application was filed on 17th […] Read Full Article

  7. Court allows Hon Mbidde’s application to join a case challenging the election of EALA Speaker

    East African Court of Justice Arusha, 24th April 2018: The First Instance Division granted leave to Hon Fred Mukasa Mbidde, to join as an intervener in the case challenging the legality of the election of the Speaker of the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA), that was filed by the Attorney General of the Republic of […] Read Full Article

  8. Council to pursue EACJ’s Permanent seat to be urgently concluded & determined by the Summit

    ………I appreciate the urgency of the matter and commit to pursuing it to its logical conclusion, Cabinet Secretary says. East African Court of Justice Nairobi, 12thApril2018:Hon Peter Gatirau Munya, Cabinet Secretary in charge of the Ministry of East African Community and Norther Corridor Development, Republic of Kenya,at the closing ceremony of EACJ Plenary, committed to […] Read Full Article

  9. Court dismisses an application by AG Rwanda seeking to strike out amended pleadings in the Union Trade Centre case

    East African Court of Justice, Arusha, 29th March 2018; As court adjourns its sessions the First Instance Division dismissed a matter (Application) filed by the Attorney General (AG) of the Republic of Rwanda (Applicant) against the Union Trade Centre (UTC)(Respondent) over the amended pleadings allegedly to have introduced a new cause of action in the […] Read Full Article

  10. Court dismisses Walk to work case due to lack of sufficient evidence

      East African Court of Justice Arusha, 28th March 2018: The First Instance Division dismissed the walk to work case filed by the East African Law Society (EALS) due to lack of sufficient evidence of the alleged acts against the Republic of Uganda (1st Respondent). Court said that the Applicant did not produce evidence to […] Read Full Article