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18:43
18:43

Kadaga Blocks Discussion on Magogo Suspension 2014 fifa world cup 1 5

Kadaga made the ruling after the Shadow Minister for Sports Allan Ssewanyana asked why the Ministry of Education and Sports had not responded to his petition against the resale of 2014 FIFA World Cup tickets.
17:50
17:50

Gen Otafire Tasked to Explain Njeru Stock Farm Land Takeover land grab 1 4

The 1,099-acre farm located at Bukaya West Village, in Njeru municipality, is one of the government farms managed under the National Animal Genetics Resources Centre and Data Bank which hosts a demonstration farm, a breeding centre and a research centre, among other facilities. But Up to 504 of the total acreage of the farm has been fraudulently taken over by private individuals.
16:41
16:41

PAC Directs CIID to Grill Finance Ministry Project Officials Ministry of Finance 5 1

Parliament's Public Accounts Committee- Central Government has asked the Criminal Investigations and the Intelligence Directorate (CIID) to interrogate officials heading different projects under the Ministry of Finance for abuse of office.
15:36
15:36

Immigration Directorate Wants Human Trafficking Law Reviewed Parliament 1 3

Robert Kanuma, the In-Charge of Immigration at Entebbe International Airport explained that the act was designed to curb acts of individuals involved in human trafficking and not companies, which is the biggest challenge now.
14:26
14:26

CPA's Meenakshi Lauds Parliament on Engaging Stakeholders in Sector Review 2

The Commonwealth Parliamentary Association-CPA Representative, Dhar Meenakshi has today commended the Parliament of Uganda for involving stakeholders including the civil society in it's annual sector review.
07:32
07:32

Former Bus Driver Accuses MP Ogong of Breaching NSSF Act Dokolo South County 4 1 Top story

He told the Committee Chaired by the Nakifuma County MP Robert Ssekitoleko that the Bus Company, which operates on the Kampala-Apac route, breached provisions of the law which require employers to remit savings to NSSF every month, as saving for their employee's retirement. Employers are mandated to make a 10 per cent contribution to NSSF in addition to the 5 per cent deducted from their worker's salaries.
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