The Supreme court in Kampala has set dates to start hearing a number of appeal cases which include that filed by the former National Social Security Fund (NSSF) managing director David Chandi Jamwa.
Jamwa was in 2011 sentenced to 12 years by the Anti Corruption court after being convicted of causing financial loss to government but on appeal,the Court of Appeal upheld the decision of the lower court.
He would later challenge the sentence before the Supreme court.
The court has fixed hearing of the appeal for July 25.
Jamwa was recently released on bail.
The same court has set hearing of the case against businessman Kato Kajubi for July 31.
Kajjubi was convicted for the murder of a 12-year-old boy, Joseph Kasirye in 2008 in Masaka before being sentenced to life imprisonment.
He is currently serving the sentence.
The Supreme court has also set hearing of the appeal for former Mukono District Police Commander James Peter Aurien for July.
Aurien was in 2009 sentenced to death by the High Court in Mukono for murdering his wife Christine but the sentence was reduced to 40 years by the Court of Appeal.
Aurien would later challenge the sentenced through the Supreme court.
The court has now set July 25 as the date to start hearing the appeal.
All the appeals will be heard by a panel of five judges of the court that sits in Kololo