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Jul 2012 11 results
18:16
18:16

NGO Board secretary interdicted

However, it is not yet clear what the exchange was about and whether this could have been the reason for his interdiction.
18:03
18:03

Workers' MP Lyomoki Sent to Luzira mp sam lyomoki

MP Lyomoki was arrested along Parliamentary avenue on Friday morning by court bailiffs of Elder & Hai General Agencies & Court Bailiffs as he came out his office. Lymoki had so far been issued with seven arrest warrants.
16:35
16:35

Court Blocks KCCA From Disbanding Land Board kampala land board

Court has temporarily blocked Kampala Capital City Council (KCCA) from disbanding Kampala district land board until the main case is heard and disposed of.
16:06
16:06

Kayihura Forms 32 Teams to Investigate Fraud in Govt Ministries

Barely two weeks after creating a unit to investigate the Directorate of Immigration in the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Inspector General of Police Lt. Gen. Kale Kayihura has formed 32 other teams to investigate fraud in government ministries, departments and agencies.
15:51
15:51

NRM to Challenge Bukoto South Results alintuma nsambu

The ruling party NRM is set to go to court to challenge the outcome of the Bukoto South Parliamentary by-election. Mathias Nsubuga, the Democratic Party candidate, was declared winner of the Thursday election after beating former minister Alintuma Nsambu and two others.
15:27
15:27

Nakivubo Stadium Takes Over Park Yard Market park yard vendors

Nakivubo Stadium management has taken over the collection of rent fees from Park Yard market vendors.
14:30
14:30

UOC Pays Ekiring's Fine Ahead of London Olympics edwin ekiring 1

Uganda’s sole men’s badminton representative at the forthcoming London Olympics, Edwin Ekiring, has finally been cleared to take part after an outstanding fine of 400 US dollars was paid.
12:11
12:11

KCCA Warns Traders on Street Display of Merchandise

Peter Kaujju, the head of the KCCA public corporate affairs department says that they issued the notice after realizing that traders in the city center display their merchandise on walkways, doors and pavement in breach of the law.
08:45
08:45

Warehouse Receipting Failing to Take Off usaid lead project

In mid 2000s, government initiated the warehouse receipting process with the aim of boosting trading in high quality maize grains, but three years later the system is flagging.
08:03
08:03

MPs: There is No Political Will to Fight Corruption

They cited the recent plea by President Yoweri Museveni to parliament to exonerate former top government officials implicated in the national identity scam.
Jul 2012 11 results