UCC\'s Executive Director, Eng. Godfrey Mutabazi, while speaking at a joint meeting between MPs on the Presidential Affairs and ICT committees and broadcasters at Serena Hotel today, explained that with the current financial and technical woes surrounding UBC, it may be impossible for the country to beat the June 17th 2015 international digital migration deadline.
Atiku, while addressing the media at Parliament today, claims that the certificate that the minister tabled is forged since the Ministry of Finance issued him with the document on 20th January 2015. He is demanding that the committee withdraws the government bill from being considered.
A 24-million-dollar agreement to build Arua Municipality's first ever sewerage system has today been signed. National Water and Sewerage Corporation signed the agreement with an Egyptian firm El-Nasr as well as Dott Services, a local civil works firm.
After a few hours of interrogation and detention, Fabricio who had entered the country aboard Ethiopia Airline 33Q from San Pal in Brazil confessed to &acirc;ï¿½ï¿½having drugs in his stomach\'. But he was only able to excrete fourteen palates before becoming unconscious.
3 different audit documents presented to the court show that MTN management knew of the fraud but didn\'t know how to stop it. The MTN- IT team then requested Fundamo, the vendor, to resolve the matter. Up until 2014, the mater had not been resolved, the same 17 accounts continued to appear in the system; The MTN IT team didn\'t close them neither did Fundamo to whom a purported request had been made.
Sephatia Mboneraho, the outgoing Hoima District Land Board Chairman says several people have abandoned the land registration process after filling the forms, the first step in the land registration procedure. Each registration form costs Shs20, 000. The entire process however requires not less than shs 2million.
Lt Col Haddock said the donation from the Department of Defence is part of the US Government\'s commitment to support the UPDF to build its capacity. He revealed that another fifteen war vehicles will be delivered to UPDF soon, specifically for use in Somalia.
Under the Girls Not Brides Alliance, the activists contend that the numbers of girls pushed into early marriages has grossly affected the retention levels in schools. According to a report by 2013 African Human Development report by UNICEF, World Bank and the World Health Organisation, almost 2 million Ugandan minors are forced or lured into early marriages.
According to Fatou Bensouda, her office has 17,791 items; an equivalent of 94,620 pages, which will have to be reviewed at the rate of 50 pages per day per person with ten reviewers working full-time. She says the disclosure review in this case may take up to one year.
Beneficiaries of business incubators want the government to develop actionable business incubation mechanisms as one of the ways of promoting micro and small enterprises in Uganda. A business incubator is a company that helps new and startup companies to develop by providing services such as management training or office space.
The veteran best known as Mzee Kyazze was until recently a Luganda News Anchor at Akaboozi, a local station owned by Finance Minister Maria Kiwanuka. He joined Akaboozi in 2001 after years of service with different TV and radio stations.
According to the officials, on the morning of 17th February 2015, Uganda Wildlife Authority received information of a lion that was in community land in Burungamo Village Ngarama Sub County Isingiro District and a big security threat to the residents.
The victim of the shooting, Okello Tito Ongom was attached to the anti-stock theft unit (ASTU) in Lapono Sub county, Agago district. Ongom was attempting to re-arrest James Ojara, a key suspect in the murder who had escaped from custody on a different charge. Ojara later escaped with the government weapon.
Moris Vuzi Nyidanyi, the LCIII Chairperson of Dufile sub county says the over 100 elephants invaded the area from the wild yesterday destroying acres of plantations in the parishes of Dufile, Lebubu, and Chinyi.
Led by Lina Zedriga, a member of The Association for Women Lawyers-FIDA, the group says women in Uganda are disappointed by the malicious exposure of their bodies by unscrupulous individuals. Zedriga says every woman in Uganda deserves respect even if they have had problems in their relationships.