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16:09
16:09

Use of Random Numbers at PLE A Success- UNEB system 2 1

Last year, UNEB introduced use of random numbers to identify examination centres instead of school names. Candidates were also given codes instead of district names.
12:13
12:13

KCCA Extends Court Valuations for 30 days city council 2

The extension will allow property owners who couldn’t file their objections to the property rates and be heard by July 1st 2019 to do so for remedial action. The extension follows a request by KCCA to the Kampala Minister to extend the time within, which the valuation court chaired by Wandera Ogalo will hear, the complaints.
07:01
07:01

Mbarara University Staff Strike, Demand VC’s Resignation statement 1

Dr. John Emenyu, the Chairperson of the Mbarara University of Science and Technology Academic Staff Association –MUSTASA said the staff have laid their tools as a last resort after the university council failed to handle their issues with urgency.
14:40
14:40

70 Percent Citizens Not Involved in Infrastructure Projects-Study government 4 3

Citizens say while they expect to be informed about the government infrastructure projects coming up in their areas, they are not consulted at all.
19:30
19:30

Uganda Police To Watermark Bond Papers investigation 2 1

The decision is part of an Anti-Corruption strategy recently launched and adopted by the Uganda Police Force top management. The watermarking lies on top of the list of nine strategies that have been adopted and await implementation and evaluation.
15:42
15:42

New Political Party In The Offing in Tooro corruption

Businge says they decided to create the new political party since the ruling government led by President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has not helped Tooro to develop.
19:37
19:37

US Africa Bureau to African Gov'ts: Ensure Transparency, Justice to Attract Investment leadership 1

According to Tibor, he wants American investors to invest in Africa as a means of creating jobs and bringing prosperity, but this can only happen if there is transparent governance, equal chance at contracts and strong justice systems in case an aggrieved party has to appeal.
17:20
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Anti-Corruption Agencies Engage Clerics On Graft Fight country 5 1 Top story

In his remarks, Bamugemereire explained that they are seeking to partner with IRCU in the fight against corruption, saying religious bodies are very important vehicles of creating awareness among masses.
15:32
15:32

Arua Municipality By-Elections: NRM Members Clash During Planning Meeting leader 2 3

Jackson Dratibi, the Mvara Ward Councilors and Chairperson Arua Municipality Elders League, says he was also surprised by the arrangements of the meeting despite his position in the party.
14:29
14:29

Bunyoro Calls For Transperency Ahead Of Oil Production transparency 3 1

Zakaria Lubega, an official from CNOOC Uganda Limited, says they are trying to avoid complaints of low compensation in the new framework as they enter the next phase.
18:33
18:33

Drivers Demand Suspension of Welfare Fees transparency 4

Nasib Sserugo, a driver at Wobulenzi taxi stage says that they want the management of Bulemezi Taxi Operators and Cooperative Society to stop managing their fund due to lack of transparency.
12:37
12:37

Ugandans Warned against Oil Fascination pepd 3

Paul Collier, a Professor of Economics from the University of Oxford & Co-Director of the International Growth Centre (IGC), sounded the warning during a lecture on “Africa’s Growth Challenge” held in Kampala yesterday.
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07:47

Illicit Money Outflows From Uganda Hit Shs18trillion transparency Top story

This money is often obtained by illegal means, exploiting legal loopholes and through a complex web makes it through to tax havens and bank accounts outside Uganda. This according to the report has negative implications to the performance of the economy.
19:04
19:04

Ugandan Parliament Ranked Low in Oversight and Transparency uganda parliament 2 1

Uganda’s Parliament has been poor in its oversight role, transparency and integrity by the Second Edition of African Parliamentary Index (API) report despite registering a slight improvement in the overall score with 82.9 percent from the 80.4 percent in the API First Edition.
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