Breaking

Archive

Mar 2023 8 results
20:10
20:10

Kampala Minister, Lord Mayor Resolve to Halt Process To Issue Contracts To Casual Workers 4

Today hundreds of casual workers pitched camp in the Lord Mayors' gardens at City Hall as the officials from KCCA met to discuss their contracts. After the meeting, the Lord Mayor told workers that they should go back to work since he and the Minister for Kampala had resolved to halt the process until the bidding process is properly thought over.
18:20
18:20

Tax Bodies Agree On Measures To Boost Uganda-South Africa Trade Links 5

South Africa's Trade and Industry Minister Naledi Pandor says over the last two years, the number of South African companies operating in Uganda has dropped by half.
13:33
13:33

Hundreds of Casual Workers Camp at KCCA as Technocrats and Politicians Discuss Contracts 2 1 Top story

Gladys Kabege, who has been sweeping the streets for 12 years, says that she learned that their bid had been rejected in favor of 7 Hills when she reported for work at her station along Yusuf Lule road. She wants to know why they were disqualified in favor of a new group.
12:54
12:54

Kikuube Emyooga SACCO Chairperson Arrested for Swindling UGX 15M 2

It is alleged that Mugabi took Shillings 15 million while his two colleagues took the balance, which they have since failed to pay back.
11:32
11:32

Obongi-Sinyanya Ferry Resumes Operations After Two and Half Year Suspension 1 4

In July 2020, the Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) suspended the operations of the vessel that connects Obongi to Adjumani district in the West Nile subregion when the water volumes in the Albert Nile increased and submerged the pier.
09:43
09:43

Police Hangar Nears Completion Kimaka 2 1

Speaking to journalists, Tumusiime noted that the exterior structure, a standard fire station, water source, backup power systems, air conditioning systems, storage areas, and administration are complete. He says this will be followed by minimal technical fittings.
08:11
08:11

Ugandan Investors Decry Continued Restrictions in Cross Border Trade 7

The investors, mainly manufacturers, say they cannot ably trade across the region despite assurances by the EAC leadership and the national governments about abolishing non-trade barriers.
07:19
07:19

French Court Rules in Favour of Uganda's Oil Industry

In its defense, TotalEnergies argued that the projects were being "implemented effectively” and that its Ugandan and Tanzanian affiliates “have applied the appropriate action plans to respect the rights of local communities and ensure respect for biodiversity.”
Mar 2023 8 results