The Inspector General of Government (IGG) Irene Mulyagonja has been sued for a directive she made asking Acting managing director of UBC, Paul Kihika, to return 38 million shillings to the Corporation.
Four teachers of Acorn International School have been charged with neglect of duty and remanded to Luzira prison, three days after a three-year-old child was found dead in the schoolâ€™s swimming pool.
The Uganda Communications Bill 2012 was passed into law on Wednesday, effectively merging the Broadcasting Council (BC) and the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) into one bodyâ€” Uganda Communications Regulatory Authority.
Statistics from Uganda Investment Authority (UIA) show that in 2010/11 Uganda was the largest recipient of FDI in Sub-Saharan Africa. The country received 1.7 billion dollars, equivalent to about four trillion shillings, worth of investments from the private sector, both foreign and domestic.
The Uganda government has given petroleum companies a go-ahead to drill oil from the Murchison Fallsâ€“Albert Delta, an internationally recognized wetland protected site. The delta is also listed as a Ramsar site under the Ramsar Treaty and provides vital habitat for different bird species and other threatened plants and animals.
The Board of Namboole Stadium sits this morning in a crisis meeting to decide on the way forward on how to return the 50 million shillings they received from Uganda Super League Limited (USLL) over three weeks ago only for the mandate to run the league to be removed from the body.