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  • Accountants body to expel corrupt accountants

    The Institute of Certified Public accountants of Uganda warns its members against engaging in fraud or corruption saying those reported could be expelled from the accountancy profession. Many audit reports about public funds have in the past implicated accountants in theft of public funds and perpetuating corruption. Key among those



  • Bukasa- Kirinya residents turn up for verification

    Residents of Bukasa-Kirinya within Wakiso District camp at the High court in Kampala for a verification exercise to ascertain whether they have valid documentation and evidence of ownership of the disputed land. The exercise is going on before the Court’s Deputy Registrar Alex Ajiji. This follows an order issued by Justice Margret


  • Three OPM officials sent back to prison

    The Court of Appeal Judge Steven Kavuma has sent back to Luzira prison, the 3 jailed former Officials of Ministry of Public Service, pending a ruling on their bail application. Former Permanent Secretary Jimmy Lwamafa, together with former Principal Accountant Christopher Obey and Commissioner Compensation Stephen Kiwanuka Kunsa early today appeared


  • Uganda bagged 4 billion dollars from IAAF games

    The Ugandan Tourism board says that Uganda earned about 4 million dollars by hosting the World Cross Country games held over the weekend. The Chief Executive Officer at UTB Stephen Asimwe, Uganda hosted over 2500 people and their expenditure is projected to have reached 4 million dollars over the last


  • 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