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  • Nandos and Mateos Bar closed

    Uganda Revenue Authority –URA closes Nandos Restaurant and Mateos Bar for failure to honour tax obligations amounting to 250 million and 150 million shillings respectively. URA Assistant Commissioner Public & Corp. Affairs Management Sarah Banage tells Radio One that the 2 restaurants will be opened as soon as they remit


  • Busoga finally gets Kyabazinga

    William Gabula Nadiope IV is approved by the Busoga parliament (Lukiiko) as Busoga Kingdom Kyabazinga. Busoga Kingdom has for last six years been without a substantive Kyabazinga since the death of the late Henry Waako Muloki in 2008. William Gabula went through unopposed during a meeting by Busoga royal chiefs


  • Parliamentary commission stops MPs loan applications

    The parliamentary commission says it has decided to stop guaranteeing loan applications of Mps following reports that many are heavily indebted to several banks This follows reports that some Mps have are now being granted over 110 million shillings to clear their debts something that the parliamentary commission has expressed


  • Aids information clearance committee launched

    Government launches the HIV/AIDs information clearance committee that will screen HIV/AIDs messages generated by different actors to ensure that simple, clear and accurate messages are passed on to the public. The 18 member committee is headed by TASO Executive Director Noreen Kaleba. This is part of the wider national HIV


  • Govt starts investigating Bwebajja attacks

    Security operatives in Wakiso district start investigations into an attack on residents of Bwebajja- Ddedwe along Entebbe road by an unidentified group that attacked them with sticks and pangas. The attack took place this week and the attackers were in a group of 6. Entebbe RDC Rose Kirabira says investigations


  • MP warns of a looming food shortage in the Eastern Region

    Tororo County MP Geoffrey Ekanya warns of a looming food shortage in the Eastern part of the country mainly in the Teso and Busoga sub region following the reports that cassava tubers planted last season were attacked by diseases. Ekanya says due to diseases the cassava tubers are rotting and