Fresh wrangles have erupted in Markets around Kampala between vendors operating the inside stalls and those on the roadsides. The vendors inside the market say their profits are declining because their would-be customers are blocked by those along the roads. The vendors inside the markets add that they pay taxes to Kampala city authority, which their road side counterparts do not pay.
81 percent of primary pupils in Uganda undergo corporal punishment, a new study released by African Network for prevention and protection of children against child abuse and neglect -ANPPCAN Uganda chapter has revealed.
Muslims in Masaka today blocked Badru Bbaale, the owner of Smart Shoppers supermarket from attending noon prayers at Masaka Central Mosque accusing him of opening up for business in defiance of a traders strike.
Supporters of David Muhumuza, the MP Mwenge North in Kyenjojo district and those of the former MP Tom Butime, clashed this afternoon after a case filed by Butime was dismissed by the High Court in Fort Portal.
Schools in Mbale have been forced to increase tuition to cope up with the rising cost of living. Both private and government aided schools are grappling with the high inflation rate that has pushed the prices of essential commodities to a record high.
The Uganda Women Parliamentary Association (UWOPA) is electing its leaders today with the opposition accusing the ruling NRM party of hijacking the process. UWOPA is an umbrella platform bringing together all women members of parliament.
More rot in Mulago hospital management continues to come out, with a senior official revealing that the national referral hospital was supplied with beans mixed with stones to be given as food to in-patients.
Most shops in Kampala have remained closed as the city traders strike enters its second day, today. This morning, several traders turned up around their business premises but didnâ€™t open for business.