• ‘Renegade’ General Sejusa unveils next action after exile.

    By Rose Namale Gen David Sejusa is set to travel to Kampala next week at his city home in Naguru to announce his next move and also   clarify on the ongoing miss leading reports. Publicity Secretary GEN SEJUSA RETURN COMMITTEE, Moses Bigirwa says that they have informed the police about

  • Speaker Oulanya: I am tired of Kampala City Wrangles!

    By Kenneth Lukwago The deputy speaker of parliament Jacob Oulanyah has given government an ultimatum of up to February next year to ensure that all issues of administration and governance at Kampala Capital City Authority are resolved. Oulanyah says that the status quo at KCCA has frustrated deliberations of parliament

  • Kyambogo University Chancellor Search stopped

    Nakawa High court has issued a temporarily injunction blocking  Kyambogo University from advertising and receiving applications to fill the post of Vice chancellor. This after former Kyambogo University Vice-chancellor Prof. Isaiah Omolo Ndiege dragged the university council back to court challenging the University Council decision to recruit someone else for the post of

  • Chinese jailed for littering in Kampala

    Two Chinese National who were caught dumping garbage from a vehicle, are remanded to Luzira prison on charges of causing a nuisance to exist, which offence contravenes the Public Health Act. Zhang WelLin and Jia-lang both employees of New Perspective {u} Ltd and residents of William street in Kampala, appeared

  • Parliament passes ban on export of domestic workers

    By Ronald Muhinda MPs unanimously vote to support a motion that asks government to put a total ban on the export of Ugandans to work as domestic workers in foreign countries. This after growing concern that domestic workers exported to work in foreign countries especially in the Middle East and

  • Was Persons Registration Bill supported by forged documents?

    By Ronald Muhinda A sections of MPs want the Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga  to probe the controversy surrounding claims that a forged certificate of financial implications was tabled in parliament to support the Registration of Person Bill 2014. The Bill was tabled on 30th Sept of this year and