Mbuya - The Chief of Staff of the Land Forces in Uganda People’s Defense Forces Brig Leopold Kyanda has been fired. The army announced the development this morning in a radio call communication to all army ranks and bases.
Kampala: Prince Dr Kasimu Nakibinge Kakungulu has challenged Ugandans to always exhibit transparence and trust once entrusted by any form of employment.
The Prince’s message was delivered by his brother Sheikh Kalifan Lukanga
Kampala - A consignment of Civil Society organizations are set to launch a country wide campaign to preach against a move by Members of Parliament to exempt themselves from paying taxes. The NGO’s led by The Civil Society Advocacy Group-CSBAG are set to start a countrywide initiative to preach against the move by
Police in Mbarara has rescued five tortoises in transit to a yet unknown destination. The animals were rescued in Mbarara town while their captors were refueling their car, to drive off to Kampala. The Communication Officer in the Natural Resources Conservation Network Laban Muhindo, says the five Marsh terrapin Tortoises were captured
The Uganda Media Women’s Association has released its assessment survey focusing on how the media covered the 2016 general elections with focus on gender equality.
The survey which was done between December 2015
The Makerere University Academic Staff Association (MUASA) has finally succumbed to pressure and called off the sit down strike that has lasted for over a month. This decision was reached at during a heated meeting that sat on Tuesday in the senate conference hall.
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Moroto District Woman MP Hon. Anna Logiel is dead. Hon Logiel, a member of the ruling NRM succumbed to brain cancer in a
Civil Society Budget Advocacy Group [CSBAG] is calling for the return of Graduated Tax to help widen what they say is an increasingly narrow tax base for the economy. Officials from CSBAG say Graduated Tax is one of the progressive taxes that contributed greatly to the growth of the country’s economy, since every individual of the required age would pay it directly.
Kenya’s premium coffee looks set to stretch its good run to 2015 after registering six per cent sales growth in the last four auctions. During last week’s auction at the Nairobi Coffee Exchange (NCE), grade AA, Kenya’s best variety, fetched Sh25,935 ($285)