• Nurses & midwives threaten to go on strike over poor pay

    Nurses and midwives demand that government considers increasing their salaries failure to do so, they will stage an industrial action. Under the Uganda nurses and midwives union, the health workers demand that the lowest paid nurse should earn 2.5 million shillings a month The union’s secretary general Paul Bukenya says

  • Two of Kawesi murder suspects charged afresh

    Two out of 4 murder suspects of assistant inspector of police Andrew Felix Kaweesi who were re-arrested recently after being granted bail by Nakawa Magistrate court are charged afresh with Terrorism. Ahmed Senfuka  and Umar Maganda have been produced before Nakawa court Grade one Magistrate Noah Sajjabi, and faced charges of

  • FDC to repeat swearing in for Amuriat

    The opposition Forum for Democratic Change is set to repeat the swearing in ceremony for the newly elected party president Patrick Oboi Amuriat. Oboi was elected the party president last week after defeating the incumbent Gen. Mugisha Muntu After the polls, Oboi took oath of office late in the night

  • African leaders warned against stretching pple to the limit

    Failure to uphold democratic principles , respect to the constitution and amicably resolve election disputes have been singled out as the main causes of the fall of great African leaders. A member of the COMESA Committee of Elders Ambassador Ashraf Rashid says many African leaders discriminate and disregard concerns from