Legislators sitting on Parliament's Finance Committee on Friday disagreed over a proposal by government to impose a flat rate of 12 percent on the gross rental income of individuals for a year of income.
Col. Frank Kateraho, the chairperson of the court martial pronounced the convict, Achucu as the most notorious warrior who is commanding a group of sixty armed warriors distributed all over Karamoja and Turkana in Kenya
The Minister for Gender, Labor and Social Development Betty Amongi says several factories owned by foreigners subject workers to long working hours without any allowances, deny workers protective gear and deny them leave on public holidays yet they don't compensate them.
Patrick Zziwa, the Bukomansimbi District Education Officer in his sectoral performance report confirms that the missing teachers completely failed to report back to their respective duty stations until the term ended.
The UPDF soldier attached to a detach in Nandala Forest in Nairambi Sub County brutally beat up the baby identified as Najib Iguru, alleging that the boy of having stoned him while he was learning how to ride a motorcycle near the victim's home.
At least two Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) planted on the roadside have exploded at Kalandezi village in Mpigi district and Kyangoma village in Lwengo district damaging three vehicles including two in the motorcade of Principal Judge Dr. Flavian Zeija.
Emily Doe, World Food Program (WFP) Health Officer in Charge of South Western Uganda says that the influx of refugees happened at a time when humanitarian departments were not prepared due to many tasks across the country and outside Uganda.
Dr. Musenero told Uganda Radio Network on Thursday that the satellite PearlAfricaSat-1 whose construction started two years ago and is being undertaken by three Ugandan space engineers alongside Japanese engineers and other space experts from around the world, will be handed to other space experts on May 10 for inspection and rigorous testing.
The breeding is estimated to last about two months as their gestation period is just two weeks. While the initial batches of mice they produce will be used in COVID-19 vaccine studies, according to Innovations Minister Dr. Monica Musenero there’s a plan to start producing these mice, whose 8 million Shilling price tag earlier caused controversy, on a large scale for other scientists working on other COVID-19 related therapies to use.
The sought after teachers in the fields of Physics, Chemistry, Biology, English, and design technology must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Education from a recognized institution or university, a Postgraduate Certificate in Education, and a working experience of at least three years.
Previously, the companies relied on TV adverts to market their products. However recent campaigns against this have forced them to approach midwives and even media influencers to market their products.
Hon Stephen Kangwagye, the Bukanga MP says the World Bank has accepted to fund the construction of these roads but lack of funds amounting to 6 billion shillings for the feasibility study is delaying the works
Buseni Kakuru, a son of Mutabazi says says that police led by Inspector of Police (IP) Elias Muhairwe responded to their reporting arrested and arrested Mugisha to help in investigations, and were shocked when Mugisha last night led them and the police to Rweshama swamp where they discovered Mutabazi’s body.
Aaron Kiiza, a city lawyer and the Co-founder and managing partner of Kiiza and Mugisa Advocates Attorneys was shortlisted in recognition of his contribution toward human rights and environmental protection in the country.