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19:57
19:57

Gov't Seeks Approval of UGX 1.7 Trillion Loan for Oil Roads ministry of finance 1

Government is seeking a parliamentary approval to borrow 1.7 trillion shillings ($456m) from the Export-Import (Exim) Bank of China for the upgrade and Construction of National Oil Roads.
19:45
19:45

Political Parties Draft Proposal to Restrict Independents 3 1

Democratic Party Secretary General-cum-Chairperson of IPOD council says political parties recognise independent MPs. The spirit of the draft regulations, he says isn’t to fight independent MPs but to make them truly independent and strengthen parties.
18:55
18:55

Online Procurement in Ten Gov't Agencies to Start in August PPDA 2 1

The agencies are Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA), Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Authority (PPDA), National Information Technology Authority Uganda, Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA), National social security fund, Ministry of Finance, planning and economic development, ministry of water and environment, Mpigi district local government, and Jinja district local government.
18:20
18:20

Kadaga, Commissioners Disagree on Payment of OTT for MPs social media tax 3 1

The Speaker of parliament, Rebecca Kadaga says she doesn’t believe that the public should pay OTT for the MPs. While addressing journalists at parliament on Thursday, Kadaga promised to find out those behind the decision and scrutinize the contract.
18:04
18:04

No Plan to Increase MPs Pay-Parliamentary Commission parliaments budget 1 1

Parliament is not planning to increase salaries for Members of Parliament, the Parliamentary commission has said.
17:30
17:30

Journalists Ask Parliament for Monthly Allowances speaker kadaga 5 4 Top story

Kadaga promised to research how some governments especially in Scandinavian countries fund the media industry and sell the idea to the Parliamentary Commission.
17:17
17:17

Parliament Passes Roads Bill road toll 1

The bill also seeks to reform laws relating to the development, management, and maintenance of public roads. It will introduce express penalties for drivers who violate axle load regulations.
16:37
16:37

Ministry of Works Needs UGX 400bn for Road Maintenance 2 2

Minister of Works and Transport Eng. Monica Azuba Ntege says that the amount only caters for 50% of the maintenance needs. She says that the maintenance requirement has gradually increased from 800 billion shillings to 1 trillion shillings to meet the road maintenance needs.
16:17
16:17

Mak Appointments Board Revises Kamunyu’s Suspension member 1

While the Board’s initial ruling on Monday was to suspend Kamunyu for six months without pay, the revised ruling corrected with a pen considers half pay for the staff leader.
15:27
15:27

Alexander Forbes Quits Uganda

The announcement comes as a blow to the efforts to re-organise the pension sector in Uganda. The Johannesburg stock exchange-listed Alexander Forbes has been one of the biggest players managing money for the occupational pension schemes.
15:16
15:16

Gov't Asked to Streamline Electronic Passport Use south africa 1

During the 17th Ordinary Summit of the East African Community (EAC) Heads of State held in March 2016, the Presidents launched the new EAC e-Passport and directed that issuance of the passports should take effective 1st January 2017 followed by a phased suspension of the readable East African and National Passports in a period of two years.
07:42
07:42

New Signing Muramba Leads JKL Past City Oilers fuba 1

In an early ladies game played at the same venue, YMCA Lady Hamsters stopped Makerere University Sparks 66-57 in a yet another entertaining game. YMCA’s Millicent Otieno had 18 points and three rebounds, while Makerere’s Ruth Nangiro had 15 points, 7 rebounds and 1 assist.
07:11
07:11

Mufti Passes Out Uniform Messages On HIV for Muslims 5 1

Running under the theme "No Woman should die while giving birth to Life" the messages are based on five major areas namely ending HIV Aids as a public threat, Ending teenage pregnancies and early marriages, Fighting gender bases Violence, Maternal health and advocating for a manageable family.
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