Kampala - Lands and Urban Planning Minister Daudi Migereko has criticized Politicians in Buganda for standing in the way to urbanize Kampala and eliminate slums. Pointing out the Controversial Kasokoso land Saga, Migereko decried the Political motives of the Members of Parliament and other local leaders in Wakiso District who supported the masses in the land to
Kasangati Magistrates Court has 17th March as the hearing date for the application filed by FDC Presidential candidate Dr Kizza Besigye, who is seeking orders to have the police that has camped outside his Kasangati residence evicted with immediate effect.
The FDC flag bearer filed the application through his lawyers last week.
A University Lecturer, who allegedly raped a first year student at Makerere is remanded to luzira prison on charges of rape.
Prof. Chris Bakuneta appeared before LDC court Grade One Magistrate Moses Baligeya
President Museveni has mourned the fallen Democratic Party Secretary General and former Bukoto South legislator Mathias Nsubuga Birekerawo, as a strong and committed Politicians to nation building.
Kampala - Civil Society Organizations are up into arms to Challenge the legal approach by Government to criminalize HIV/AIDS, a legal barriers that tend to block efforts in the fight against HIV/AIDS. The Organizations led by UGANET and THETA are set to petition the Constitutional Court challenging the Legal provisions that criminalize HIV/AIDS
Hundreds of Christians from across the various denominations celebrated the Way of the Cross in commemoration of Jesus Christ’s journey to Crucifixion commonly known as Good Friday.
Processions began at Namirembe Cathedral, All Saints Cathedral in Nakasero,
Kampala - Uganda Investment Authority has vetted the investment sector, and indicated that the central region is displaying an outstanding performance with 232 licensed projects.Over the last financial year 2014/2015, UIA licensed a total of 372 projects compared to the 461 in 2013/2014, hence a 19percentage decline. The poor performance is blamed on the 2014
Kampala - The Citizens Election Observers Network – Uganda (CEON-U) has released its pre-election observation report stressing issues regarding the campaign trails ahead of the 18th February poll. The report, the third of its kind shows that ethnicity ranked highest as a basis for hate speech, intimidation and violence against candidates, when compared to gender and religion.
High court Judge Justice Margaret Oguli has suspended the trial of Gen Sejusa in the GCM pending hearing and disposal of the main application before High Court-Civil Division.
The Judges suspension follows the application to this court by Sejusa