The Minister for Trade Amelia Kyambadde has presented a statement on the Pre-import Verification Conformity (PVOC) and as well laid counterfeit goods got from the market on the floor of parliament including sanitary towels, shoe polish, electric appliances, shoes and others.
The Constitutional Court has this evening temporarily stopped the trial of Permanent Secretary Ministry of Health, Dr Asuman Lukwago before the Anti Corruption Court until such a time when the grievances he has raised are tackled.
The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Commissions, Statutory Authorities and State Enterprises (COSASE) has put lawyers from Kampala Associated Advocates (KAA) to task to explain how they got a debt collection contract with the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and how they increased the debt collection fee from a 2.5 percent to 10 percent to collect a 54 billion shillings debt from Ministry of Finance that CAA had failed to collect.
A Court assessor has advised the Anti Corruption Court to convict two former National Forestry Authority (NFA) bosses for unscrupulously giving away 200 acres of land in Nanmave Central Reserve Forest to an investor.
In his complaint filed on June 7 before the Constitutional Court, Dr Lukwago accuses the DPP of initiating criminal proceedings against him for not having performed his duties as accounting officer and yet he did not accord him a hearing, a move he says is an abuse of a legal process.
Christine Nakawuka bought a car to be able to travel more safely and in comfort. She could bear with Kampala\'s notorious traffic jams if she was in her own car. That all changed on Saturday, June 8, 2013, when she nearly lost her life in her car: to a thief.
Ogwal noted that out of the total 46.9 billion shillings, none of this money is for the flood victims, the hunger stricken people of Karamoja or any calamity that has befallen any part of this country in the last 12 months. She argued that instead, the bulk of money is for predictable expenditures which would have ordinarily been budgeted for
The Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga has directed the Minister of Trade Amelia Kyambadde to appear in parliament on Wednesday to guide the nation on the tax levies that have prompted traders to go on a sit down strike.