Works and Transport Minister, Eng. Monica Azuba Ntege says that the change will apply to areas where new roads will be constructed after the enactment of the law. She, however, adds that this will vary depending on the location of the road and the availability of space needed for road reserves.
This morning, City Hall Grade One Magistrate, Margaret Kainza dismissed the application, saying she wouldnt open inquiries into the matters raised by the lawyers. She also said the lawyers made their application in a wrong forum.
Cabinet yesterday passed a resolution to amend National Social Security Fund NSSF Act with proposals of mandatory contribution of all workers to the provident fund regardless of the size of their enterprise.
Dr. Swizen Kyomuhendo, a senior lecturer in the Department of Social Work and Social Administration SWSA at Makerere University, has denied allegations of sexually exploiting female students. Dr Kyomuhendo was suspended last week on allegations of Sexual Harassment. This was after a story ran on NBS Television on the night of February 26, 2018 where he was purportedly courting his female student in exchange for marks.
In the case of Uganda, inadequate and erratic rainfall coupled with an overflow from conflicts in neighboring countries is posing a growing threat to food security. It indicates that while Uganda is still grappling with the lingering effects of two consecutive seasons of reduced agricultural output, it has a task to feed a population of more than 1.5 million refugees coming in mainly from South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
In his testimony, Soubhi told court that he entered the gold business through his partner Al-Taleb under his company Al-Taleb Holdings Limited based at King Fahad Plaza in Kampala. Soubhi sent the court in a somber mood when he repeatedly broke down while testifying against the accused.