Breaking

Archive

Sep 2011 25 results
20:18
20:18

Luweero Veterans Petition Museveni Over Compensation Scheme luwero war veterans

The veterans of the 1981-1986 war claim that they have not benefited from the compensation scheme and want the top executive of Luweero triangle war veterans association to be investigated and dismissed for mismanagement.
19:48
19:48

Mbale's New 'Skyscrapers' a Time Bomb illegal structures

Local authorities in Mbale have been accused of conniving with private developers to illegally turn condemned buildings into storied structures.
19:29
19:29

MPs To Grill Solicitor General Over "Shoddy" Bicycle Deal Contract bicycle scandal

The Parliamentary Committee on Public Service and Local Government has requested the Speaker, Rebecca Kadaga, to extend its investigation into the botched local council bicycle scheme by another one week, after new evidence was brought forward that requires new witnesses to be summoned.
19:08
19:08

MPs Give Saleh One Week To Vacate Barifa Forest general salim saleh

Members of Parliament hailing from the West Nile sub region have given Gen. Salim Saleh, the presidential adviser on defense one week to vacate part of the Barifa forest which he reportedly occupied illegally.
18:51
18:51

Small Scale Farmers - Challenge For Investors 1

Small scale farmers in Uganda are being starved of capital to develop because of their lack of proper structures. This remains a challenge for investors who want to give them an opportunity to increase income and access to markets.
18:42
18:42

NGO's Shy away from Public Private Partnership 2

The launch of the Public Private Partnership in Kabale district has suffered a set back following disagreements between the district and some of the Non Governmental Organizations operating there.
18:37
18:37

UNATU To Convene Congress Meeting On Teachers' Strike teachers salaries

Uganda National Teachers’ Union-UNATU has organized an ordinary congress meeting to resolve whether or not to continue with their strike over salary increment.
18:22
18:22

Ssekandi Addresses UN General Assembly united nations

The Vice President Edward Kiwanuka Ssekandi on Friday addressed the United Nations General Assembly in New York where he called for support to the pacification of Somalia.
18:10
18:10

Nebbi District Chairman Appeals Against Arua High Court Ruling

Robert Okumu, the embattled Nebbi district LC V chairman has appealed against a high court ruling that over turned his election last week.
17:00
17:00

LC Bicycles: BOU Officials Held At CID For Questioning

Parliament has referred three Bank of Uganda (BOU) officials to CID for questioning in regard to the botched local council bicycle deal.
15:15
15:15

Former Government Workers left to Starve 3

Retrenched workers of Bukaleeba beef project farm and Tsetse fly control program in Mayuge are starving in Bukaleeba forest reserve.
14:45
14:45

Police Blocks Vendor's Press Conference

Police has blocked a press conference organized by street vendors at Christ the King Conference Hall.
13:57
13:57

Men Working As "Senior Women" Teachers In Buyende buyende district

At least thirty schools in Buyende district have no female teachers, a challenge that has forced Universal Primary Education head teachers to appoint male teachers to perform the work of Senior Women teachers.
13:45
13:45

A4C Training Terrorists, Says IGP Kaihura 1

Maj. Gen Kale Kaihura, the Inspector General of Police is accusing Activists for Change of training youths in terror tactics. Kaihura claims that police have information that there are youth being trained in Afghanistan and have infiltrated the country.
13:29
13:29

District Councilor Faces Arrest For Attempted Rape kibaale district

Kibaale district councilor representing Muhorro Sub County, Medard Ahumuza has been accused of attempted rape.
13:12
13:12

AItel Was Cheated By Indian Suppliers--Director lc bicycle deal

The committee investigating the botched local council bicycle deal heard of Monday that the Indian company contracted to deliver 70,000 bicycles was cheated by its suppliers.
12:59
12:59

Amuru Man Jailed for 9-years for stabbing his son in Law to Death murder charges

Anthony Nyeko, a resident of Pabbo in Amuru is to spend the next nine years in jail for stabbing his son in law to death.
12:59
12:59

NFA Cited in Mpigi Forest Destruction 3

Mpigi district leaders have accused the National Forestry Authority of involvement in the destruction of at least 20 forest reserves in the district.
12:41
12:41

Four Arrested over Escape of Inmates at Makindye Military Police Barracks

Military police is hunting for two soldiers who broke out of detention at Makindye Military police barracks, two weeks ago.
12:31
12:31

Uganda Making Slow Progress in Reducing Infant & Maternal Deaths maternal health 1

The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) of reducing child mortality by two thirds and maternal deaths by three-quarters have been categorized among those where Uganda is making slow progress.
Sep 2011 25 results