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15:58
15:58

Land Wrangles, Welfare of Clergy Still A Challenge As Luwero Diocese Celebrates 30 Years infrastructure 1 4

On Saturday 29th May this weekend, Anglicans will flock St Mark Cathedral church in Luwero to celebrate 30 years after the diocese was curved out of Namirembe diocese in 1991.
14:20
14:20

FDC Supporters in Jinja Optimistic Amuriat Will Improve Service Delivery people 3 1

Zaina Namono, a resident of Lubas road says that Amuriat is a strong leader who is likely to advocate for better infrastructure within the sub-region.
18:09
18:09

Uganda Gets UGX 480 Billion Grant from World Bank for Infrastructure transport

The funds got from the International Development Agency, IDA will also help and improve access to social services and job opportunities Projects to benefit from the grant include the Uganda Roads and Bridges in the Refugee Hosting Districts which will upgrade 105 kilometres of the Koboko-Yumbe-Moyo road from gravel to bitumen.
11:49
11:49

Over 1,000 Amuru Civil Servants Commute to Work from Gulu Amuru Town Council. 3 1

Robert Olanya, a resident of Amuru Town Council disclosed to Uganda Radio Network - URN that offices at the district headquarters always open beyond the official time of 8:00am as stipulated in the Ministry of Public Service standing order.
11:00
11:00

State of Health Centres in Buyende District Shocks MPs road 1 2

Beatrice Rwakamari, the Ntungamo woman MP says that the district is neighbouring Lake Kyoga but it lacks gazetted quarantine centres which make it hard for them to track down suspects.
11:58
11:58

Pictorial: Kasese Floods Destroy Essential Infrastructure heavy floods 21 Top story

In Kasese, a number of rivers and their tributaries have already given way leading to mass destruction of infrastructure including agriculture machinery, houses, roads and medical facilities.
10:55
10:55

Wakiso Needs UGX 40B to Link Bussi Island to Mainland area 1 4 Top story

Bussi Island, which is 10kilometers away from Entebbe town, remains secluded and visibly detached from the rest of Wakiso district because of poor physical infrastructure and lack of proper transport means.
07:22
07:22

Academy Commander Calls for Renovation of Training Facilities soldier 1 2

Speaking at the graduation ceremony of 590 soldiers who underwent a six months’ refresher course at college on Thursday at Gadaffi Garrison in Jinja, Katemba notes that, the number of trainees continue to rise however, the training structures are yet to be renovated.
12:30
12:30

Makerere Estates Department Evicts 40 Police Families home 1 3 Top story

A letter from Eng. Christina Kakeeto, the Director Estates and Works Makerere University addressed to the Police Chief in the University, shows that the affected officers were given a month to vacate the premises by the end of this week in vain.
07:06
07:06

Staff Shortage Hits Makerere University Estates Unit government 1

Sources at the department indicate that over 200 vacancies have not been filled over the past years.
17:53
17:53

Kira Municipality Releases Road Improvement Plan to Curb Gridlock street 4

Kira Municipal Town Clerk Benon Yiga stresses that over time, they have focused on short term interventions like road maintenance and filling potholes. Yiga says that the municipality will now embark on the installation of traffic lights to guide traffic flow on top of widening all the major roads linking the municipality to Kampala.
14:08
14:08

Schools Petition Education Authorities to Consider Vertical Structural Development land 3 1 Top story

David Nkojjo, the Chairperson St Jude- Bbanda School Management Committee observes that due to development priorities competing for land in Wakiso district, many schools have lost their land to grabbers while others find a hard time when the foundation bodies reclaim part of the land leaving them with tiny potions.
16:33
16:33

Wakiso District Turns to KCCA for Support to Improve Road Network transport 1 2

Wakiso District Engineer Sam Mwesigwa notes that the district has over 536 kilometres of roads, more than half of which are strategic roads, which however remain in a poor state and in dire need of an upgrade. Mwesigwa blames the state of roads on budget shortfalls.
16:36
16:36

Bishop Stuart University Students Protest Lack of Furniture in Lecture Rooms security 3 2

Professor Maud Kamatenesi-Mugisha the University Vice-Chancellor acknowledged the need to have more lights especially in students’ passage towards their hostels in Rwemigina hill.
13:24
13:24

How Former ICT Director Fell Out With Mak Adminstration Makerere University 1

Eng. Frank Kitumba was evicted by a team from the University Estates, Works Directorate, security guards and police officers in what his lawyers described the eviction as unfortunate and contempt of the law.
18:11
18:11

Museveni Contradicting Himself on Creation of New Districts –Analysts Makerere University 1 5

They say for instance the cost of maintaining the increasing number of districts, municipalities town councils, and sub-counties is shooting to unbearable levels.
14:40
14:40

70 Percent Citizens Not Involved in Infrastructure Projects-Study government 4 3

Citizens say while they expect to be informed about the government infrastructure projects coming up in their areas, they are not consulted at all.
07:39
07:39

Uganda Loses US$300M Annually – World Bank country 1 3 Top story

Calvo also revealed that Uganda recoups far less than what it invests in the Ugandan Shilling due to poor infrastructure management.
12:42
12:42

EAC Presidents For Infrastructure, Health Retreat In Kampala 1 Top story

Amb Mfumukeko said the EAC had identified infrastructure development and health as sectors in, which it would have to invest massive resources to spur economic growth and prosperity in East Africa.
19:48
19:48

Investments In Infrastructure Could Spur EAC Goods, EPRC Report 1 2

The study says the largest gain in manufactured exports is likely to be realized through investment in the stock of road infrastructure, electricity and public transparency for the individual EAC countries analysed.
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