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16:32
16:32

Officers Complain After Police Promotions uganda police force 2

As the Uganda Police Force celebrated 100 years last week, some officers went to social media and other public platforms to express their disappointment over the promotions that had been approved by the president. More than 4000 promotions were announced with 355 senior officers benefiting from them.
15:58
15:58

What OPM Staff Say About Mbabazi Tenure 2

According to OPM Press Secretary Josephine Mayanja-Nkangi, the outgoing Prime Minister lived by his word. Described by many as a workaholic, the now former prime minister dedicated more time to his job, often leaving the office as late as 10pm. Mayanja says the annual performance appraisals saw the light of day because of Mbabazi's unwavering quest to have public servants play the role they are paid to do.
10:52
10:52

Speech By Prime Minister Obote On the Eve of Uganda's Independence 1962 milton obote 1 Top story

At midnight tonight Uganda shall become Independent. We shall have a Uganda flag, a National Anthem and Coat of Arms. These will be symbols, but independence does not begin and end with the selection and raising of a flag, the singing of a National Anthem and the display of a Coat of Arms. Our independence shall mean great responsibilities for all of us without exception.
09:14
09:14

UWA Rolls Out Hotel Air Balloons In National Parks 2 3

Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) has embarked on rolling out hot air balloon services to National Parks. The balloon uses hot air which is pumped into it, making it lighter and able to float in air. When the hot air cools, the balloon becomes heavier and slowly lands on the ground. It uses direction of the wind to float across.
08:22
08:22

UPDF Turns Down UN Request On CAR Mission united nations

It has emerged that the Ugandan People's Defence Forces (UPDF) turned down a request by the United Nations to take over a peace keeping mission in Central African Republic (CAR).
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06:46

Chinese Loan to Finance US$8bn Standard Gauge Railway chinese loans 1 2 Top story

The Standard Gauge Railway SGR, will be entirely funded by a loan from the Chinese Government. Already, the government has already picked a contractor, China Habour Engineering Company Limited CHEC, which according to President Museveni will have the responsibility of sourcing the loan.
Oct 2014 6 results