Breaking

Archive

May 22 results
18:10
18:10

Luweero Civil Servants Yet to Get April Salary salary delays 2 1

Hussein Kato the Secretary for Finance for Luweero District says that the non payment was caused by delay by Ministry of finance to release funds for salaries for the fourth quarter.
12:13
12:13

Luweero Councilors Protest 30% Tax On Ex Gratia 5

Hussein Kato, the Luweero District Finance Secretary, says each councilor was entitled to Shillings 35,000. He however, says a 30 percent levy was imposed on the money leaving each councilor with Shillings 24,500 per month.
18:15
18:15

Masaka USMID Road Works Stall over Funds masaka municipality 3 1

Richard Odongo, the project site engineer confirms they have run short of funds to proceed with the project works, arguing that the Municipality has since May delayed their payments despite several certificates of payments submitted to the municipal Town clerk.
20:10
20:10

Luweero District Funding Err Enrages Councillors 1 6

The money was part of the funds released by the Ministry of Finance in April to finance activities for the fourth quarter of the financial year 2017/18. But Luweero District submissions were rejected due to errors. The money was subsequently sent back to the consolidated fund when the financial year ended.
15:10
15:10

Civil Servants Without National ID to Miss Salary

Public officers or pensioners who do not have the National Identification Card will not be paid salaries, according to a directive from government. The Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development has directed the Ministry of Public Service to ensure that with effect from August 2017, no public officer or pensioner without a National Identification Number or NIN is paid salary.
20:03
20:03

No Money For CCTV Cameras, Says Kasaija uganda police force 1 Top story

Kasaija while answering questions from journalists at the Media Centre in Kampala said there is no money for the camera. He hastily added that the money can be got.
10:37
10:37

50 Miss Salaries in Luweero Over Absenteeism absenteeism.

Richard Ssembajjwe, the chairperson National Teachers Union-Luweero branch says there is a strong possibility that some of the affected staff are ghost workers. He says there are several people who access the payroll in Luweero yet they are deployed in other districts.
11:12
11:12

Nakaseke Roads Become Impassable As Rain Sets In impassable roads 4

Benjamin Makanga, the Nakaseke District Works and Technical Service Secretary, says they couldnt work on most of the roads ahead of the rain season because budget cuts. He explains that they only received Shillings 24 million out of the Shillings 159 million they expected from the Finance, Planning and Economics Development Ministry in the last quarter.
07:33
07:33

Luweero Residents Protest Budget Cuts to Water Sector 1 4

Enock Kayiwa, a resident of Mazzi village in Kamira Sub County says currently they share water sources with animals following the breakdown of boreholes in the area, seven months ago.
07:24
07:24

1436 Civil Servants Miss July Pay In Luweero salaries

Bernard Okello, the Luweero District Human Resource Officer says the civil servants were not paid because by time the district submitted their names for payment, the Finance Ministry hadnt yet received money for the new financial year.
14:16
14:16

Local Governments Cry Out On Financing Regulations. 1 1

According to Ngobi, these financing regulations by the ministry of finance have stalled implementation of a number of projects at grass root levels.
07:03
07:03

MUST EX-Employees Drag Management to Court Over Arrears 3

He says they decided to go to court after the university management failed to honor a consent judgment to clear their arrears dating to 2004.
15:15
15:15

Govt Stretched By Funding Pressures - Minister 1

State minister for Finance Fred Omach has told Parliament that government has various other pressures and cannot address all the issues affecting the Justice, Law and Order Sector.
17:22
17:22

Parliament to Install Ugx 28 Billion Security System in September 1

The automated-integrated system procured from a yet to be known Chinese firm, cost up to Ugx 28 billion. Kadaga is optimistic that the gadgets, once installed, will improve security within the precincts of parliament and put an end to thwarting checks that visitors especially women are subjected to.
11:15
11:15

Auditor General to Government: Implement Pay Policy 1 1

In an extract from the 2012/2013 financial year report, the Auditor General notes that during the year under review, several Ministries, Departments and Agencies continued with the practice of paying periodic consolidated allowances to staff without any proper justification.
10:32
10:32

Kabarole Residents Demand Improvement In Service Delivery In 2014 david irumba 2

According to the district annual plan, the district set out targets that it promised to meet in the first six months of the 2013/2014 financial year.
16:35
16:35

Debate On Teachers\' Pay Rise Pushed To Next Week teachers salaries 1 3 Top story

Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga has this morning deferred a heated debate on the plight of teachers in regard to their salary increment of 20% to next week. In her ruling she also directed that the Finance Ministry co-operates with Parliament’s Budget committee in the process.
08:05
08:05

Locals In Luweero Angered By Proposed Taxes On Fuel, Water budget 2013/2014 2

Residents and local leaders in Luweero have condemned the newly proposed value added tax on fuel and Water describing the government as insensitive to the poor. In her Budget speech on Thursday, Finance Minister Maria Kiwanuka reinstated the 200 shillings excise duty on every litre of kerosene 50 shillings on every litre of petrol and diesel. She also instituted value added tax (VAT) on domestic water.
17:06
17:06

184 Hectares of Namanve Land Allocated to Investors Reverted to UIA 3

While making the announcement, Minister of State for Investment Ajedra Gabriel said the 74 entities were issued up to 184 hectares of land but have never taken any action beyond acknowledging the offers.
17:07
17:07

NAADS Coordinators Miss Pay as Luweero is Hit by Budget Cuts service delivery 1

Kidda says they have met the affected officials and asked them to wait as the NAADS secretariat and finance ministry address the anomaly.
May 22 results