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16:08
16:08

Byandala, 6 Others to Answer for Katosi Road Scam abraham byandala 1

Justice Gidudu ruled that prosecution team led by Sarah Birungi; the Director of Legal Affairs in the Inspectorate of Government has proved beyond a reasonable doubt that the group had a role to play in the scam that resulted in a financial loss of 24.7 billion shillings for the government of Uganda.
19:07
19:07

MPs Reject Loan for Busega-Mpigi Road unra 6 1

During the plenary session chaired by Speaker Rebecca Kadaga, MPs debated the National Economy committee report that had okayed borrowing from Africa Development Bank ADB a sum of 329 billion Shillings and another 216 billion Shillings for the project.
06:57
06:57

Drama as Chinese Contractors Threaten MPs unra 2 1

In the report, the Auditor General, John Muwanga questioned the process in which Uganda National Roads Authority UNRA awarded the US 479m contract for the construction of Kampala-Entebbe Express Highway to the Chinese firm without competitive bidding.
07:24
07:24

Parliament Passes Public Private Partnership Bill, 2012 uganda police force 1 Top story

The bill seeks to govern the relationships between government and the private party in public private partnerships and to provide for guidelines and procedures for the development of PPP projects.
04:51
04:51

Compensation Claims Delay K'la - Entebbe Expressway unra 1

The construction of a modern highway linking Kampala to Entebbe International airport has hit a snag before it took off. It’s reported that residents and utility companies with property along the planned highway are reluctant to vacate saying government has not paid for their property.
17:07
17:07

UNRA Erecting Concrete Road Signs to Combat Vandalism 1

Dan Alinange, the spokesperson of UNRA, says the move stems from the stealing of vital road and warning signs along highways, including in national parks, which has resulted into tragic accidents.
12:29
12:29

Funding Shortfall Halts Major National Road Projects unra

The rehabilitation of nine major roads is halted because of limited financing at the Uganda National Roads Authority.
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