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  • Reactions to President M7′s cabinet re-shuffle

    The legal fraternity welcomes the appointment of Fred Ruhindi and Mwesigwa Rukutana to the Attorney General’s Chambers challenging them to focus on a mutual working relationship. The outgoing attorney general has been at loggerheads with other government institutions like parliament,the inspectorate of government and the Uganda Law Society. ULS president


  • Reactions to President M7′s cabinet re-shuffle

    The legal fraternity welcomes the appointment of Fred Ruhindi and Mwesigwa Rukutana to the Attorney General’s Chambers challenging them to focus on a mutual working relationship. The outgoing attorney general has been at loggerheads with other government institutions like parliament,the inspectorate of government and the Uganda Law Society. ULS president


  • MOH to carryout massive sensitization about typhoid

    The ministry of health is set to conduct a massive sensitization campaign about typhoid – a disease that has affected close to 1000 people in Kampala and surrounding districts. Typhoid is bacterial disease transmitted by the ingestion of food or water contaminated with feces. The permanent secretary ministry of health


  • MOH to carryout massive sensitization about typhoid

    The ministry of health is set to conduct a massive sensitization campaign about typhoid – a disease that has affected close to 1000 people in Kampala and surrounding districts. Typhoid is bacterial disease transmitted by the ingestion of food or water contaminated with feces. The permanent secretary ministry of health


  • IMF optimistic EAC monetary union will be a success

    The International Monetary Fund is upbeat the East African Monetary Union will be a success, despite concerns from some corners that it is being rushed. There are fears that East Africa cannot succeed when Europe is stumbling mostly as a number of Euro zone countries face bankruptcy and expulsion due


  • IMF optimistic EAC monetary union will be a success

    The International Monetary Fund is upbeat the East African Monetary Union will be a success, despite concerns from some corners that it is being rushed. There are fears that East Africa cannot succeed when Europe is stumbling mostly as a number of Euro zone countries face bankruptcy and expulsion due