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Minister Namuganza faces censure

Uganda, Dec. 8 -- Parliament yesterday adopted the report of the Rules, Privileges and Discipline Committee, setting in motion, a process to censure the embattled the State minister of Lands, Ms Persi... Read More


Ugandan officials used rats to eat Covid cash

Uganda, Nov. 25 -- The Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovations (MoSTI) engaged in irregular Covid-related procurements, a forensic audit by the Auditor General, Mr John Muwanga, has revealed. ... Read More


Inside govt's plan to implement MPs resolutions

Uganda, Nov. 24 -- Parliament is expected to debate today the government's implementation of parliamentary resolutions spanning a period from May 2021 to May 2022. This was disclosed by the Prime Min... Read More


Owere still Notu boss, says govt

Uganda, Nov. 23 -- The Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development yesterday confirmed that Mr Usher Wilson Owere remains the chairman general of the National Organisation of Trade Unions (Notu)... Read More


Govt pledges to improve family planning uptake

Uganda, Nov. 18 -- The government has pledged to annually allocate at least 10 percent of maternal and child health resources to adolescent-responsive health services in the next three years. This is... Read More


From Obiang to Putin: Longest-serving heads of state

Uganda, Nov. 18 -- Equatorial Guinea's President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, who is seeking a sixth term in elections on Sunday, is the world's longest-serving president, having spent 43 years in p... Read More


MPs clear govt's Shs740b loan, grant request

Uganda, Nov. 18 -- Parliament yesterday approved another loan worth Shs523 billion ($140m) from the international development association of the World Bank to finance the Uganda digital acceleration p... Read More


Bodas a death trap for users - experts

Uganda, Nov. 17 -- A new report on motorcycle transport in sub-Sahara Africa has warned that the boom in the number of motorcycles is a risk to the lives of the citizens. The researchers have asked t... Read More


Govt spends Shs236m daily onroad accident victims - report

Uganda, Nov. 16 -- The government spends at least Shs236 million daily to treat road crash victims in critical conditions, a new report presented in Parliament indicates. The report presented by Dr C... Read More


Mt Elgon frontier communities embrace conservation efforts

Uganda, Oct. 29 -- Betty Chesaki, a resident of Wanale in Mbale District, has experienced years of agony after she was ordered not to step in the park again. She says for generations, part of the land... Read More