After decades without proper laws governing cooperatives, the ministry of finance, bank of Uganda and Ministry of Justice have come up with a cooperatives bill that seeks to guide cooperatives in the country.
During the consultation on the proposed cooperatives Bill, some members of the Uganda
Jailed former Kampala Central Police Station commander ASP Aaron Baguma who is facing murder charges has not been produced before Buganda Road Court by Kigo prisons authorities as he was reportedlky sick.
Jackson Musinguzi , a principal officer at Kigo prison where Baguma
Deputy Speaker of Parliament Jacob Oulanyah has been dragged to the High Court in Kampala by his arch political rival Simon Toolit Aketcha, on allegations that he masterminded his recent kidnap.
Toolit in his complaint that he filed before the
The world health organization has warned the world of the mosquito-born Zika virus that it may infect up to four million people. This as the virus spreads to 23 Countries in South America, Brazil among other Countries and is believed to be an emerging health threat. Scientist are warning people living in tropical climate especially pregnant women about a new and alarming virus that once affected
The Auditor General has released a damming report into the misappropriation of billions of shillings into the Kisoro tea growing project concealing names of owners of lead agencies siphoning government funds by supplying hot air tea seedlings to farmers. The report indicates that the over 30 billion shillings lost in the project was as a result of absence of a tripartite Memorandum
Kampala - Government has clarified on the shortage of Antiretral Viral drugs in the country, blaming it on the change in the policy establishment and procurement procedures. This comes at the back drop of an acute scarcity of the drugs, raising an alarm from health facilities and AIDS patients in the countryside. Late last year, Civil Society Organizations dealing in treatment
Kampala : Legal Aid Service Providers Network (LASPNET) have rubbished the recently concluded presidential and parliamentary elections as being not free and unfair with the deliberate late delivery of polling materials mostly in
Kampala – The Inter- religious council of Uganda is set to host yet another Presidential Debate on February 11 2016. This will be the second, and a follow up on the first debate held last week.The Chairperson of the Elders’ Forum, the conveners of the debate Justice James Ogola says it is all set for the Historical exchange of ideas amongst Presidential Candidates.