Breaking

Archive

Nov 2017 7 results
19:54
19:54

MPs Demand Minister Kutesa Resignation Over Bribery Allegations 4 1

A section of Members of Parliament have demanded for the immediate resignation of Foreign Affairs Minister Sam Kutesa following allegations that he received a bribe of 1.8 billion Shillings while serving as President of the United Nations General Assembly.
18:09
18:09

Uganda Launches Green Economy Strategy 1

NPAs Ronald Kaggwa, in a presentation on the concept, said Ugandas economic growth has come at a high cost to natural resources, citing the reducing forest cover, wetlands and fisheries as some examples.
15:32
15:32

Striking Doctors Call General Assembly to Review Govt Commitments 5 1

UMA president Dr Obuku Ekwaro says contents of the letter will be unveiled before the general assembly which will then decide the next course of action for the striking medical personnel.
14:48
14:48

Uganda Lures Indian Investors After Dropping Off Terrorism Watch List 1

Uganda was on the watch list with deficiencies in anti-money laundering and anti-terrorism financing under the Targeted Review Process of the Financial Action Task Force FATF and the International Co-operation Review Group ICRG since 2013 and until 2017.
12:08
12:08

IUIU Medical School to Increase Fees 1

A student will be required to pay 6.7 million Shillings for the first semester as opposed to the old fees of 5.8 million Shillings. This is 945,000 Shillings more than they have been paying per semester. For the second semester, students will be required to pay six million up from 4.9 million, a difference of 1.1 million Shillings. Students have in addition been paying recess fees of 1.5 million. However, with the proposed fees; students will pay three million Shillings, an increment 1.4 million Shillings.
10:53
10:53

Red Pepper Directors, Editors Detained at Nalufenya - Lawyer police raid

Detectives cordoned off The Red Pepper premises situated in Namanve, along Jinja road, a day after the newspaper published a story claiming that Uganda was planning to overthrow President Paul Kagame of Rwanda. The detained directors are Arinaitwe Rugyendo, Patrick Mugumya, Johnson Musinguzi, Richard Tusiime and James Mujuni. The editors include chief editor Ben Byarabaha, and senior editors Richard Kintu and Francis Tumusiime.
07:49
07:49

Enanga, Namaye Abandon Office over Kayima's Appointment fred enanga 1

Two senior police officers who were side-stepped in the recent appointment of police spokesperson Emilian Kayima have finally handed over their offices as they await new deployment. The two officers include Commissioner of Police CP Fred Enanga who has been working as part of the administration team Assistant Commissioner of Police ACP Polly Namaye.
Nov 2017 7 results