Poor officiating by the Ethiopian referee Bamlak Tessema that included five yellow cards for the Uganda Cranes did not deter the team from humiliating defending champions and hosts Tanzania 3-1 in the second semi final of the 2011 Cecafa Tusker Senior Challenge Cup in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania on Thursday evening.
Members of Parliament signing to censure Minister for Presidency, Kabakumba Matsiko have changed strategy and started drafting a petition to the President to force him to sack the minister within 30 days after he receives their petition.
Court has declined to dismiss the taxi operatorsâ€™ case against Kampala Capital City Authority as it had earlier been asked by the authorityâ€™s lawyers. In his ruling this afternoon, Justice Eldard Mwanguhya says he will go ahead to hear the case on grounds of non payment of URA fees.
Prosecution led by James Opedun told court that on December 2nd 2011 the suspects were arrested by Rapid Response Unit (RRU) operatives while vandalizing one of the transformers which triggered a power outage in and around Masaka town.
Arua district local government on Wednesday auctioned up to 150 bags of charcoal which was impounded from dealers. The impounding of the charcoal followed an ordinance passed by the district to control deforestation which was blamed on increased charcoal burning.
Police have launched an investigation into the alleged misuse of Hoima market funds amounting to 73 million shillings. Officials from the police criminal investigation directorate in Kampala are carrying out the investigation that started on Monday.
Climbing over a mountain is never easy, but Uganda Cranes will be all out to try and do exactly that when they face hosts and defending champions, the Kilimanjaro Stars of Tanzania this afternoon in the second semi final game of the 2011 Cecafa Tusker Senior Challenge Cup.