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16:24
16:24

Police Fails to Account for UGX 1.2 Billion NTR Collections Uganda Police Force 1 2

Police’s Non-Tax Revenue is generated from express penalties, firearm certificates and guard fees. For the last two financial years, the force collected 23.14 billion Shillings as Non-Tax Revenue, but only remitted 22.5 billion Shillings to the Consolidated Fund.
18:45
18:45

MPs Query Slow Verification of Cooperative Unions War Claims parliament 1 2

A number of unions are seeking compensation of assets that were lost during the National Resistance movement struggle, Hostilities by the Lord’s Resistance Army, atrocities during Idi Amin’s regime, and different regime changes among others.
18:11
18:11

Pictorial: Buganda Lukiiko 2019-2020 Budget Reading

The Buganda Kingdom Lukiiko on Monday received and approved a 121 billion Shillings Budget for the financial year 2019/2020. The budget is up from that of 108 billion for the last financial year 2018/2019.
18:04
18:04

Buganda Lukiiko Approves UGX 121 Billion Budget 1 1

The Kingdom will focus more of its efforts this year on completion a shopping mall at Mirembe Villas, construction of low-cost houses at Sentema, increase the production of Olwendo mineral water, completing the registration process of Buganda Coffee Company, and starting an online newspaper ‘Gambuuze’, among others.
12:58
12:58

Buganda Kingdom Criticizes Sections of Coffee Bill 1

The bill proposes the registration of farmers capturing details of the size of land, the number of coffee trees and particulars of the farmers, coffee buyers and sellers among others. The bill also proposes that land, where the coffee is to be grown shall be evaluated by the Uganda Coffee Development Authority to determine its suitability for coffee growing.
07:10
07:10

Namisindwa MPs Want Recruitment Results Annulled 3

The Namisindwa Woman Member of Parliament, Canon Grace Namukhula Watuwa, says the entire process was marred with several anomalies.
12:42
12:42

UGX 350bn Returned to Treasury 4 4

The ministries, departments, and agencies failed to spend 210 billion shillings while local government failed to absorb 139.5 billion shillings.
08:43
08:43

Kadaga Mourns Amirali Karmali 'Mukwano' 1

The Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga has described Amirali Karmali, the proprietor of Mukwano Industries Uganda Limited as a great entrepreneur who executed acts of courage and love for Uganda.
22:17
22:17

Kadaga Bitter with URA for Taxing Albino Lotion Health 3 3

Wilson Watira, the Bududa District LCV Chairperson said told the speaker that Bududa is one of the districts with the highest number of Albinos in the country who need to be helped.
18:59
18:59

Energy Ministry Stuck As Staff Leave for Petroleum Authority, UNOC 1 6 Top story

The Energy Ministry Permanent Secretary, Robert Kasande said with this outflow of staff, Shillings 2.8 billion of their wages couldn’t be spent.
16:39
16:39

PAC Probes Isimba, Karuma Dam Rock Payment Omission Isimba dam 1 4

The issue by MPs over the non-payment for the rock by the contractors used in construction of the dam arose from an observation by the Auditor General who noted a number of on-going court cases arising from legal suits by Project Affected Persons (PAPs) against the ministry. The legal suits relate to compensation for subsurface rocks amounting to 389.8 billion shillings as at 30th June 2018.
07:47
07:47

Ministry of Public Service Delays Decentralized Pension Payment 4

Muwanga noted that apart from Ministry of Defence, other ministries and local governments are still depending on the Ministry of Public Service to verify, assess and upload the pension filed on the system.
20:49
20:49

Deputy Speaker Demands Report on Labour Export betty nambooze 1 2

Oulanyah demanded a statement from Government on the number of companies exporting labour, the illegal companies and those that are blacklisted among others.
20:38
20:38

Parliament to Award Best Performing Ministers – Oulanyah 1 3

Deputy Speaker Jacob Oulanyah made the communication on Thursday saying that the award of certificates to the Ministers will not only help improve their attendance in Parliament but also send notice to the appointing authority.
15:06
15:06

Coffee Research Institute Opposes Proposed Registration of Farmers 1 Top story

Appearing before the Agriculture Committee chaired by Janet Okori-moe Akech this morning, the Director of Research in the National Coffee Research Institute, Dr. Geoffrey Arinaitwe, said registering farmers is complicated. He explained that registration of farmers can’t work especially for small holder ones.
20:16
20:16

Government Will Not Rush Marriage Law-Rukutana Parliament 1 2

Deputy Attorney General Mwesigwa Rukutana said he was too shy to report on the status of the bill since it has taken too long. He says that although the bill was expected to come in for a second reading, the wide nature of consultations required, implying that they might take more time in order to ensure that all interests are catered for.
18:26
18:26

Broadcasters Faulted for Failing to Stand up to UCC media freedom 1 3

The matter came up this morning when a team of NAB officials led by Vice chairperson Peter Ssematimba was today appearing before the Parliamentary Committee on Human rights to answer to cases of rights violations of Journalists, UCC directives and poor pay for journalists by media houses.
17:59
17:59

Judiciary PS Snubs Criminal Investigations Team on Bank Statements 1

The detectives were tasked by Parliament's Public Accounts Committee (PAC) to gather all documents showing the allotment of up to 32.8 billion Shillings that wired to staff personal accounts. Also required was the list of staff members who were advanced money, their personal Bank Account details and Bank Statements.
11:29
11:29

State of International Crimes Division Worries MPs 1 5

The investigations follow a directive by the speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga based on concerns by Gulu Municipality MP Lyandro Komakech that the poor state of infrastructure at the International Crimes Division at the High Court is affecting judicial processes. He said the courtrooms under ICD were appalling and embarrassing.
07:46
07:46

Government Tasked to Explain Lubowa Hospital Controversies parliament 1 Top story

Soon after, news emerged that the joint venture between Finasi and Roko had collapsed. Reports indicate that the Italian investor Enrica Pinetti had edged out ROKO Construction Company in favour of China power. Roko has since secured an interim injunction from the High court stopping its ejection.
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