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  • Gov’t issues new guidelines to safe guard local content

    The Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets authority issues fresh procurement guidelines to safe guard local content. Under these guidelines some works have been ring fenced for local firms and these include road works of not more than 45 billion shillings, other public works of not more than 10



  • Two UPDF soldiers charged with fraud

    Two UPDF soldiers are charged before the General Court Martial in Makindye with fraud related offences. Major Kapalaga Lubega attached to Uganda People’s Defence Air forces (UPDAF) and Caroline Kyakabale a former Human Resource Manager in charge of Civilian personnel in the Uganda People’s Defence Air forces, appeared before Chairman Lt.



  • Teargas making formula of Ugandan student cleared

    The African Regional Intellectual Property Organization clears the teargas making Formula of a Ugandan chemist student Samuel Mugarura meaning that he can now embark on commercial production. Mugarura shot to fame in September last year after he tasted his teargas a move that saw the Ugandan police threatening to arrest


  • Seven contest for NRM flag in Kamuli municipality

    The ruling NRM Electoral Commission says it has taken all measures to ensure peace and order during the primaries of the party to identify a flag bearer in the Kamuli municipality by-election. Seven candidates are contesting for the party’s flag in the race with over 23,000 NRM members expected to