The Executive Director of Enterprise Uganda, Charles Ocici on Monday confirmed that he has been charging each youth undergoing training for entrepreneurship skills an attendance fee of 50,000 shillings.
Opposition Members of Parliament are planning yet another showdown with government over a new report indicating that the ministry of finance last year borrowed up to 1.7 trillion shillings without parliamentary approval.
Kampala Central MP, Mohammad Nsereko has donated 30 million shillings to the Owino park yard vendors for the reconstruction of the market after it was burnt down. On Sunday night Park Yard market and part of St Balikudembe caught fire destroying property worth millions of shillings.
Some residents of Kabale have started questioning the ownership of Kabale University. They claim that the university started in 2002 as a community project owned by Banyakigezi but it has been hijacked by a few individuals.
High population growth in Kyenjojo district is causing scarcity of agricultural land, farmers say. Tea and maize are the major crops grown in the district but farmers are facing difficulties growing the crops on a large scale because of the scarcity of land.
The Eastern regional football team has vowed to give their best ahead of the Uganda inter regional football tournament in Tororo this week. The tournament that brings together teams from five regions of Uganda kicks off on August 3rd.
Christopher Watyekere, Kasangati Grade one magistrate has set Tuesday 9th August as the date for his ruling in the case in which Kiiza Besigye; the FDC president is accused of disobeying traffic orders.
Police in Sembabule are holding a suspected lunatic for killing a 9 year old girl.
The man only identified as Mugerwa, allegedly used a big stick to kill the girl. The incident occurred at Misojo village in Mateete Sub County over the weekend.
The approval of the 2011/2012 financial year budget estimates for Gulu Municipal council today hit a snag after 17 of the 36 councilors stormed out of the council meeting to protest the none payment of their allowances.
The hygiene situation of Kamuli market is appalling. It lacks a proper drainage channel, piped water and garbage skips. It also has a single toilet that is shared by 300 vendors operating in the market.
Over 150 private secondary schools under Universal Secondary Education program in greater Masaka Region, have cancelled Mondayâ€™s start of end of term examinations in their schools over delayed disbursement USE funds.
Francis Ntalazi, the Assistant Commissioner of Human Resource Management in the ministry of health has faulted government for failing to use research findings to better the delivery of health services.