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NHCC To Build 7,500 Houses For Low Income Earners knight frank report

The National Housing and Construction Company –NHCC – has said it intends to build over 7,500 housing units to address the housing needs among the low income earners in Uganda. Caleb Kakuyo, the NHCC Chief Commercial Officer, told Uganda Radio Network that the company intends to engage in mass production by building houses in large quantities at low cost per unit to cater for the low income earners, who comprise the greatest proportion of the population.
18:17
18:17

MPs Want Corrupt Officials To Lose Property After Death corrupt tendencies 3

Death of a corrupt official while court proceedings are ongoing will not save the family from losing its ill-gotten property if the Anti-corruption Amendment Bill 2012 is passed into law.
16:34
16:34

Court Okays UCC On Sim Registration Deadline

The High Court in Kampala has declined to issue an interim order blocking Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) from switching off all the unregistered mobile phones on Friday this week.
16:02
16:02

Uganda To Receive Abnormal Rainfall Until May - Climate Experts heavy rains

Climate experts say they predict an above normal rainfall across Uganda between the months of March and May. A statement from the just ended 33rd Greater Horn of Africa Climate Outlook Forum held in the Burundian capital, Bujumbura, says that areas such as Uganda, Burundi, Rwanda, the lower parts of South Sudan, south western and central Ethiopia, western and central Kenya as well as western half of Tanzania would experience near normal to above normal rains.
15:35
15:35

DRC Peace Deal Could Collapse - UK Charity fighting in congo

A UK charity operating in Democratic Republic of Congo has warned that the peace deal signed by leaders from the region is bound to fail unless it’s followed by real actions. The agreement signed on Sunday by leaders and representatives of 11 countries in the Great Lakes region is expected to lead to the establishment of a special UN intervention brigade in eastern DR Congo.
14:57
14:57

18 Makerere Students Out On Bail makerere strike

Eighteen Makerere University students, who were on Wednesday last week remanded over their alleged involvement in a strike, have this afternoon been released on cash bail of 100,000 shillings each.
11:40
11:40

URA Declines Knowledge Of Tax Waivers On Southern Route

There have been allegations that government had issued the waiver to lure importers into using the alternative route to avoid delays and disruption of supplies such as fuel, which occurred during the chaos that characterised the December 2007 general elections in Kenya.
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10:15

Former Micro Finance Support Center ED Wanted by Police ciid

As a result, police launched investigations in which several people including Sam Lyomoki, the workers MP have recorded statements.
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